Culture as encountered and explained by a world traveler.
How culture influences travel.
(UNESCO) World Heritage List Whc.unesco.org/heritage.htm
... the three contagions---capitalism, religion, and individuality.
"The Altman Code" a book by Robert Ludlum
TIPS BY ANDY
Un-Contacted Tribes Research Blog
10 Universal Manners
048 Cultural Manners
Real Country? How to know you are seeing the REAL Country?
Having good manners when meeting other travelers?
097 Never Talk About
093 You are stupid
068 How to confuse people?
046 What is USA Culture?
062 What type of traveler are you?
035 What does Manaņa mean?
031 Life's Little Instructions by H. Jackson Brown Jr
030 10 Best Party cities in South America?
123 How Freedom Defined?
111 History and Travel
Why Europeans hate the USA
Description of People That Live From Tourism
THE MYTH OF FAMILY? The family in developing countries.
5 Stages of Development (See more )
Middle Class Guilt - researchmiddleclassguilt.shtml
102 What type of traveler to avoid.
10 Ways you should stop being Racist as a Traveler
100 Issue - Opinion of World and of World Travel
PHOTOS OF CULTURE INDIA
PHOTOS OF RULES OF MANNERS
PHOTOS OF ALCOHOL STILL IN KATMANDU, NEPAL
PHOTOS OF CIGARETTE SMOKING AND OTHER LEGAL STUFF
PHOTOS - Canadian Flags on Backpacks
1. The behavior patterns, arts, beliefs, institutions, and all other products of human work and thought, especially as expressed in a particular community or period.
2. Intellectual and artistic activity and the works produced.
3. Development of the intellect through training or education.
Culture, the beliefs, behavior, language, and entire way of life of a particular time or group of people. Culture includes customs, ceremonies, works of art, inventions, technology, and traditions. The term also may have a more specific aesthetic definition and can describe the intellectual and artistic achievements of a society.
Taboo 1. A ban attached to something by social custom. 2. A prohibition excluding something from use, approach, or mention because of its sacred and inviolable nature.
TYPES OF CULTURE