Comments to article «How Tourists Get Cheated in Different Countries»

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though these pics look really fun :D

I have never seen them but I enjoyed this gif
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saw these too. I always try to keep a distance from such attractions. Sometimes they come closer to you and try to interact with you
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I tried to count which country scams people the most. Seems like the Czech Republic and Spain are the winners ?
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I want to travel around the world when I grow a bit older. These tips will be really useful in the future
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Yeah, I always get confused with local currency and sometimes spend more than I planned!
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Paris also has the request to give your signature, however, they don't setup a table and stay in one place; they roam around tourist areas. In Prague and Bucharest, be careful of the taxis waiting at the airport and train station. They will give a fixed price that is sooo high.
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Best tip (what I always do): IGNORE all strangers who try to talk to you or try to sell you something. Inform yourself before your trip about the habits of each country, take as a woman not too big handbags with you and do not necessarily hang a camera around your neck to make immediately visible that you are a tourist. That way you minimize the biggest risks.
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I was once almost going to get robbed of my entire wallet in Belgium (Brussels). two women approached asking for donation, the moment they found out I'm an Indian, they started praising about India and Bollywood in order to distract me. one lady then started tapping hard on the writing pad with donation details so that I wouldn't realize that she was pulling out money from my wallet underneath. luckily i got to know what she was doing and pulled my wallet and ran away. turns out this is very common over there and they wouldn't hesitate to even stab you. Please be careful and watchful guys! not just Belgium but anywhere in the world for that matter.
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Some old and some new scams.
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why you write "Bali" as "Bali" why not "Indonesia?
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2 months ago
There's no point in hiding the truth, but we'll try.
saw this in Egypt

they scam tourists

i was in khan el khalili An American guy wanted glass pyramids and i bought it

ibought it with about 100 pounds

the American guy bought the same on for 150 pounds ??

he was scammed
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I went in Italy and yes, they charge for AC, tablecloth and other things.. is stupid..

But that thing with dancing cartoons in Romania, is not true. I am Romanian and I never seen anything like this?
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