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

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Source: Daily Mail

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