Tips on Tipping: A Global Guide to Gratuity Etiquette
What do you tip the bellboy in Botswana? Should you give a gratuity on top of the service charge in a Parisian restaurant? Is it good practice to pay a Casablanca snake charmer if you wish to take his photo?
Everyone who travels, whether for business or pleasure, has suffered the embarrassment caused by not knowing when or how much to tip. Now Bradt's Tips on Tipping offers the answers in a convenient, pocket-sized guide covering more than 130 countries. With black and white illustrations and photographs throughout, the book additionally features light-hearted personal anecdotes and tips drawn from the authors' careers in travel.
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