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Which of the tourist behavior you find most annoying? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-8-14 17:00:16 |Display all floors
Has anyone of you come across similar situations? What do you think is most annoying?
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Post time 2013-8-14 17:30:54 |Display all floors
Allowing their children to urinate or defecate in public.(Totally happened in HK Disneyland)

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Post time 2013-8-14 17:34:06 |Display all floors
strangely, all these things you mention I see more of the "locals" doing here in Chengdu, than us "tourists" {:soso_e129:}

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Post time 2013-8-15 11:41:44 |Display all floors
All of the ones in the poll I detest.

I'm a good traveller, I don't consider myself a tourist, and I'm always considerate, polite and well behaved.                                                                                             
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Post time 2013-8-16 17:53:28 |Display all floors
After a recent trip to Yunnan province I have to say the inconsideration and arrogance of tourist motorists... especially the "nouveau riche", take some beating. The villages and roads in these mountainous areas were not built with cars in mind, but these characters think it is fine to abandon their trophy cars to take photos anywhere they please. Blind corners clinging to the side of a mountain seem to be favourite.

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