There are a number of factors taken into consideration when travelling abroad. Age, budget, going with family or friends, ability to handle the sun and level of pretentiousness being just a few. Above all, in an effort to get away from it all and unwind, you want to be confident that wherever you are going … More Learning to fly (Etiquette on a foreign holiday.)
I first bought my sleeping bag twenty years ago, I was going on an adventure. I was heading off to Australia for a year backpacking with a little trip to Bali on the way. Not bad for a lad from Southwick. I laughed at the salesman in the shop as he told me the sleeping … More What’s in your bag?
In the final instalment of my Metro etiquette guide we’ll be looking at some of the things that are most likely to get you strung up by your fellow passengers. Entertainment I think it should be clear by now that the absolute last thing you should be doing whilst on The Metro is talking to … More Singing, soiling and exit strategies. My final guide to Metro etiquette.
We’ve tackled how to queue for a Metro and hopefully you have found a seat but you are still a long way from being an accomplished Metro traveller. Even if you aren’t seated, there’s a lot more to learn. Standing Due to the basics of supply and demand, not everybody can sit on the Metro. … More Sweaty bellies, Ninja Turtles and Scampi Fries (A further guide to Metro etiquette)
Now that you know how to board the Metro correctly it is time to learn how to conduct yourself whilst on the train itself. This is where the majority of Metro crimes are committed. I’ve tried to break this guide down into a number of crucial areas, please take the time to study them and … More Sit your arse down. My guide to seating on the Metro.