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return_to_hades

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This is a survey travel sites do regularly. It is not focused in any country. They survey hotels and tourist attractions across the world and get feedback on tourist behavior.

@CP - It is hit or miss with some of the gora foreigners we get. Some are very biased and think that all locals are filthy or con artistes, but some are really nice and friendly. In Goa, you will get tourists at Taj etc and they just stay in the private beaches acting all superior and hoity toity. From personal experience the backpackers are the friendliest. We have run across a few in trains in India and they are quite social and interesting.

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Originally posted by return_to_hades

This is a survey travel sites do regularly. It is not focused in any country. They survey hotels and tourist attractions across the world and get feedback on tourist behavior.

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@CP - It is hit or miss with some of the gora foreigners we get. Some are very biased and think that all locals are filthy or con artistes, but some are really nice and friendly. In Goa, you will get tourists at Taj etc and they just stay in the private beaches acting all superior and hoity toity. From personal experience the backpackers are the friendliest. We have run across a few in trains in India and they are quite social and interesting.

oh i see . Yea some people would have some stereotypes while some would like to shed them off while some come with a totally open mind.

But i liked it when i saw some foreigner white ladies moving in salwar kameez .Bada decently pehan rakha thaLOL warna i have also seen some who forget totally that they are not in their home but on the public streets of indiaLOL



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LOL! Yeah sometimes you see some foreigners walking adha nanga on Indian rasta and everyone's jaw is dropping like Haila, yeh kya.

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Originally posted by return_to_hades

LOL! Yeah sometimes you see some foreigners walking adha nanga on Indian rasta and everyone's jaw is dropping like Haila, yeh kya.
LOLLOLegjactly !LOL

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Originally posted by return_to_hades

The Dutch and Israelites make the best tourists. Followed closely are Scandinavians.

French, Japanese and as a matter of fact most Asians are too Xenophobic.  I never get the point of going to Germany and finding a Indian curry place instead of savoring the Bratwurst and Schnitzel. Americans are too obnoxious. Britons are just too uptight and they stick out like a sore thumb.
 
Rubbish, Israeli's are stingy as the typical stereotype of their race and there are 'no Israeli' signs around India for a reason.
 
 

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