Revealed: How looking up, standing on the wrong side of the escalator and even carrying an umbrella tells the locals that you're a tourist 

You might think that dressing like the locals and speaking the native language is enough to help you blend in when you visit a destination for the first time.
But, according those in-the-know, standing on the wrong side of the escalator, looking up and asking why 'it's so hot' can all mark you out as a tourist.
And even something as inconspicuous as carrying an umbrella could make you stand out from the crowd in cities like Portland, Oregon.
In a thread on Reddit, users have been sharing how they spot the tourists in their city without naming the destinations.
There were some obvious... read more

16 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail

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