Is there anywhere left to travel where you won't find bloody tourists?
Traveling abroad used to be exciting, it used to be fun, it used to be an adventure, but now days one has to contend with all these other bloody tourists who really get up my nose...
Not only do they make pigs of themselves, they talk loudly to foreigners in English slowly pronouncing the English words while pointing to the donuts, with their right hand held high showing four fingers, shouting very slowly "FOUR... YES FOUR LIKE THAT" and pointing with the left hand at their travelers lunch.
And boy do they eat a lot of junk, have you seen them at McDonalds etc. they have 5 big burgers 3 portions of fries and a "super-size" bucket of sugar and water. That's just the first course which is duly followed up shortly afterward by more loud demands, pointing and finger waving for their travelers desert.
God forbid you encounter one of these tourists in a supermarket, it will be an odd experience as despite the shelves pilled high with local produce, the obese tourists wobble about complaining about there being no food that they recognize, and loudly commenting to themselves "THESE FOREIGNERS EAT CRAP...",
Though staving and almost at the point of a hypoglycemic attack they pile a stash chocolate bars on the counter and hold out their change asking the checkout staff to count their money for them...
You may wonder why I am so fed up with these bloody tourists? OK, I'm being harsh, insensitive and crass, though lets face it I am not far off from the truth am I? Well so what if I am. You won't find me in wobbling about talking LOUDLY with a camera dangling round my neck and a MAP held out in front of me.Here are some places I have been where you would do well to avoid, as they are full of bloody tourists...
The places I visited which put me off bloody traveling for good!
If you are planning a holiday to Spain then consider an alternative theme holiday in which you can enjoy some fun activities away from the beach. MovingOn Courses offer cycling and walking holidays in Spain and many other Mediterranean countries that offer an enjoyable activity holiday in the sun. Apart from guided holidays hiking and biking they offer wine tours, languages and cooking holidays
I wish British tourists could behave themselves as well as the tourists that come to England. Many come purely for tourism and many others to learn English abroad They come to learn our language and fortunately they do not hear or see the same English as when our bloody tourits go abroad to speak English without a care for their language
Next is my rant about Australia and all the tourist hotspots like Sydney, boring, and the Gold Coast which offered nothing more than a beach. If you want to be a fully fledged traveller than get out of the main stream and go to Tasmania or somewhere unique. Hotels in Tasmania are cheap and offer very comfortable accommodation. You will not find your average tourist here, but rather some real outdoors people that do not read beauty magazines and sip cocktails all day. I found the St Clair National Park breath-taking and almost empty during the autumn months. If you want to have a difference of scenery Tasmania and the Overland Track is the place with jungles, mountains, rivers and more.
Kenya is known as the cradle of mankind. It is where the earliest ancestors of man, the Homo erectus and Homo habilis roamed and hunted. Fossils of pre-human history were found in these lands. As it offers a wide diversity of wild life, it is also the land where safari was born. If you are planning a holiday safari, Kenya has so much more than a safari to offer you. Masai Mara
The most famous reserve in the world, the Masai Mara, is found in Kenya. You will be able to view cheetahs, zebras, black maned lions, leopards and rhinos. If you time your holiday right, you will be able to see one of the greatest sights in the wildlife kingdom – the great migration of the wildebeest. You will see breathtaking landscapes. You can visit the Masai village to see the people’s nomadic way of life. You can go camping in Masai Mara or enjoy meals beside the campfire. You can book a safari to Kenya with GaneandMarshall
Lake Nakuru National Park Nakuru is the home of flamingos. You will literally see an ocean of pink when you come to this place. It is surrounded by forests and lands that are home to rhinos, lions, leopards and waterbucks.
In the heart of Amboseli, you will find elephants and hippos in abundance. It is also the home of 400 species of birds that includes pelicans, water birds, kingfishers, etc. It is also here where you can view the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Lake Victoria was named after Queen Victoria by John Hanning Speke. He is the first European to discover the lake. Lake Victoria is the largest tropical lake in the world.
The areas surrounding the lake are not crowded so you can enjoy game viewing. Bird watching is also encouraged in the area as there are many species of birds that come to the lake.
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