10 Table Manners Around the World

10 Table Manners Around the World

Your table manners say a lot about you and the way you behave with other people. When traveling outside your sphere of comfort and knowledge you are bound to make a few mistakes. But what you should never do is break the following rules when you are at the table with people in their own country. It’s fantastic that you are visiting but believe me, making an effort to get closer to natives will surely get you the appreciation you deserve.

Did you know about these 10 table manners?

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How Does Europe Look Like? – Infographics

How Does Europe Look Like? – Infographics

Europe is one of the most fascinating places in the world. In fact every place has its own special charm, but where there is charm there are also stereotypes. Some of them are funny, others are a bit disturbing and there are some that are very frustrating because they are half true and half stupid things perpetuated by uneducated people.

Are you a bit curious to discover some of the most popular stereotypes? Since I can only speak on behalf of my country I will try to observe these stereotypes and tell if you I’ve ran into them or not. Probably yes!

Check out the following infographics!

Europe according to the US

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MUST Read: The Happiest Countries in the World

MUST Read: The Happiest Countries in the World

People are in an infinite pursuit of happiness. They are always searching for that feeling of relaxation, abandonment and love. And according to some researches getting this is easier than we tought. We just have to visit or why not, move to a country that is considered to be the happiest on earth.

It might seem hard but with the following list you won’t have to worry about it. Just pick a country and go see it. Moving there is up to you but I bet you won’t regret it!

The Best List of the Happiest Countries in the World

1. Norway – for me it is hard to believe that a country this cold could make people this happy. But apparently it does! It has a capita GDP of $54,000 and it is one of the richest countries in the world. Not to mention that it is number one in social capital and among the best in security and safety.

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