Sun, sea, sand and having a great time is usually at the forefront of most tourist’s minds. However, it can quickly turn into a holiday nightmare if they unknowingly break a law. Murder, theft, assault, and rape might be obviously forbidden, but there is a whole range of unusual crimes that can catch travellers unaware. Here are just a few examples to demonstrate the seemingly strange ways to end up locked up abroad.
It would be nice to be paid to travel; not only are you able to globe trot, sightsee and soak in new cultures but all expenses are covered and you are even earning at the same time! There are many jobs that allow you to make travelling part of your career and luckily I know experts in many fields. They have imparted their invaluable advice so that you can start earning money whilst travelling.
‘When you compare the price of a hand painted, made to measure kimono to a Western designer dress it is quite reasonable’. I had to agree with Sonoe, £1000 for the stunning silk gowns did seem like a bargain. She adjusted the kimono jacket I tried on, showing how I could wear it in two different ways. It was from her vintage collection and had a lovely pink tweedy style pattern, circa late 1960’s to 1970’s. Luckily, it was a tenth of the price of the bespoke ones.
When you catch a man accidentally admit out loud that a display of flowers is 'so beautiful' then you know that it must be pretty phenomenal. Tulips are synonymous with the Dutch and I'd been given rave reviews about the floral shows at Keukenhof, but had also been warned off, with someone else's advice that it was only for flower lovers. Curious to know the truth, I devised a plan for a thorough investigation.