“Thank You” will take you pretty much anywhere in the world.
Not just because your mother told you so.
It’s a basic travel rule and it really works. I’ve never really counted, but I’m sure that I’ve uttered “thank you” in at least 50 different languages around the world. I’ve since forgotten how to say it in Khmer or Setswana or Aymara, but while I was in those places, I spoke it as much as I could. In my book, “thank you” is the only travel essential, right up there with your passport and toothbrush. We may think we sound (Read more...)