Dining Out While Traveling: Get a traveler’s picture dictionary
Sold in many travel stores, these laminated books more resemble children’s primers than tools for traveling adults. But before you make fun, consider it’s a sound way to communicate without learning to read a tough language like, say, Tamil. You simply flip to one of the many pages dedicated to food items, politely get your food server’s attention, and point.
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