Ethical travel is about more than buying local, it’s also about our beliefs. So when you travel, make sure you think about the things you say.
Despite a shared language, lost in translation encounters of riotous proportions await English-speaking travelers in Nigeria.
Don’t be surprised if a cashier offers you a jifcar (gift card) or wants to refilear (refill) your glass of Coca Cola.
Fixin’ to head to Music City? Y’all should add these phrases to your vocabulary first.
How can you truly enjoy Italy’s incredible cuisine when so many restaurant menus offer confusing, unappetizing, or even alarming descriptions such as (whoops) “beated meat” and (whoa) “pasta whit razors”?
Don’t let getting lost in translation get you just plain lost.
No need to learn Serbian or Guyanese—at these far-off locations, almost everyone knows at least a little bit of English.