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How to Say Thank You in Different Languages

In this mini guide we will teach you how to say thank you in different languages!

It is important to always try and learn a little of a language when you visit a new country. English one of the three most widely spoken languages in the world and as such is most people’s second language. In that sense, English speakers are very luck, there are so many people in this world that are either fluent in the same tongue as you or trying their very best to become that way.

There are certainly phrases that can get you a long way when you’re travelling. Hello, goodbye and thank you are the bare minimum that you should try and master before leaving home. Numbers one to ten are also a big bonus and other phrases like ‘where is’, ‘how much’ and ‘please’.

Here are 15 different ways to say thank you around the world!

Hiking Must Have Travel Gears

In order to plan a trip successfully, you have to make sure you have the correct equipment. What is the point of going out of your comfort zone and doing something adventurous but not being able to have fun because you don’t have the tools? 
Hiking is like dipping your toe in freezing water. One of the best activities for you to venture out to your adventurous side. It isn’t the most difficult but it tests your endurance. In order to make your experience much easier, here is some gear that you should pack along with you.

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What is a Swedish Massage?

A Swedish massage is the most common type of massage available all across Europe. If you head to Asia then the most common type of massage would be a Thai massage or variations of this practice. Although these kinds of massage are available in the western world the most popular massage treatment is consistently the Swedish Massage. But what is a Swedish massage, read on to find out!

How to Say Hello in Korean

Whether you are travelling to South Korea on holiday or for an important business meeting it is important to know how to say hello in Korean.

Many people are put off travelling to South Korea but the acts and behaviour of their neighbours North Korea, fear not South Korea is a wonderfully versatile place that makes for a great vacation! The people are super friendly and the city of Seoul is one of the most vibrant on the planet. South Korea offers some amazing food too! Very heavy on the meat content the Koreans love a barbecue!

How to Say Hello in Chinese

Chinese is regarded as one of the most difficult languages to learn and as such people do not often taking up the challenge. Whether you’re just learning how to say hello in Chinese or wishing to master the language it matters little, the only thing that matters is your desire and commitment to learn!

China is a vast nation that is made up of hundreds of subcultures and societal groups. There are eight recognised linguistic groups in China followed by countless dialects and linguistic variations, not to mention colloquialism and idiolects too, just to add to the confusion!

Is Walley World a Real Place?

The amusement park in the film is called Walley World and fans of the film only ever have one question to ask, is Walley World a really place?!

Yes, it is!

The movie National Lampoon’s Vacation, commonly referred to as simply ‘Vacation’ was released in 1983. An instant blockbuster hit the film starred Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Dana Barron and Anthony Hall.

Directed by Harold Ramos the film sees the Clark Griswold, his wife and children drive from Illinois to an amusement park in California called Walley World. Father of two Griswold becomes fixated on sports cars driven by beautiful women as the Griswold family has to deal with car troubles of their own and the unexpected death in the family. In an attempt to get the family holiday back on track Clark Griswold bundles the family into the amusement park in Los Angeles on an impulse.

How to Say Hello in Different Languages

We have collected an informative list for you on how to say hello in different languages, and a few other countries for good measure too!

Wherever you travel and wherever you go there are always a few words you should learn before you set off; not only is this courteous but can get you surprisingly far! Everyone appreciates how hard it is to learn a new language and as such you will never be shunned for trying.

There are behaviours and gestures that transcend language, smiles and laughter for starters, waving and crying are secondary.

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The Ultimate Travel Packing List

Whether you're a full-time globetrotting, digitally nomadic seasoned professional traveller or following your wanderlust for the first time; whether you’re nipping across the pond for a short romantic getaway or heading to the African plains to be a real-lid intrepid explorer it is always good to get some advice as to what to add to your packing list.

We have created the ultimate travel packing list to help you make sure that you have all the essentials you need and a few little luxury items too! We all like to pack light and be swift and savvy travellers but sometimes we need to carry those ‘just in case’ items.

For those who like to travel light are all too frequently those who wish to get off the beaten track! Getting off the beaten track offers you the most genuine travel experience but can also leave you without access to essentials items you need!