Revealed: The best way to ask for a beer around the world (and the perfect snack to eat with it)
For some, there’s nothing so satisfying as winding down a day on the road with a cold beer and a snack – especially if the temperature has been scorching.
But if you’ve just landed in a new country and you’re in desperate need for a pint, you could find yourself with a beer in hand sooner if you know how to ask for it like a local.
And, knowing just what to say when making a toast could just make you some new friends along the way.
Source: Daily Mail, 7th October 2016
The ‘revelation’ from the Daily Mail that different countries have different terminology for drinks comes courtesy of travel company Expedia, in a move that proves if you want to get your content printed untouched on a national newspaper’s website, put it in a pretty drawing.
Only 40% of British holidaymakers search for travel deals before booking a holiday – among the worst in Europe (but they do spend the most on booze when abroad)
Brits are among the worst deal hunters in Europe, according to new research.
UK holidaymakers don’t even make the top 10 when it comes to looking for value-for-money trips, with just two fifths searching for seasonal deals prior to booking an escape.
Source: Daily Mail, 10th June 2014
It’s holiday season, and don’t the newspapers know it, with no shortage of vacation reminders gracing the pages of the media. Including this one, ostensibly about last minute deals, but really nothing more than a reminder to check out another specific travel agent for the latest deals:
Data compiled by travel firm Expedia indicates it is the Asian nations and Mexicans who are leading the deal-hunting pack.