It’s Friday again and time for another infographic from Graphs.net. This one is on foreign faux pas. Since I have done a few of these, I found this quite useful. I have to says that since my early mess ups, I have read numerous books and taken several classes, I still find it helpful to see reminders. The following paragraph is from Graphs.net.
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Maralyn Dennis Hill, The Epicurean Explorer, is president emeritus of International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association, member of Society of American Travel Writers, and Society of Professional Journalists. She is Executive Editor of Luxe Beat Magazine and contributes to other publications. She also speaks and is a guest on many shows.
The majority of Maralyn’s articles are now geared to the luxury market, spas, corporate retreats, business events, and culinary tourism, from simple to gourmet.
Maralyn’s description of herself: I was born to travel and tell the tale. I’m energized by different cultures in every aspect of their lives, from food, wine, and destination, to how they conduct business. Travel represents a continual geography lesson.