Low-key favourite thing(s) about a country you've visited/lived in

France - table football in nearly every bar, incredible motorway-side restaurants, boulangerie pizza

Scotland - great pakora

3 Likes

Croatia - good Radler

Sweden - hot dogs as the go-to street snack

1 Like

Turkey - traffic lights that count down the time until they change to red/green.

1 Like

I’m quite hungry.

The Netherlands - consistent, regular speed-limit signs

Italy - these little vans

7 Likes

The horses in Iceland. Absolute GBOL.

9 Likes

UK: Pubs

3 Likes

France/Italy/Spain - pretty much everywhere incl service stations serve good coffee unlike this shitbox, brexit hellhole we live in

4 Likes

Wales - go karting is called ‘cartio’

3 Likes

Spain - the weather

2 Likes

Basic trust in other human beings
Affordable living costs
Non-all pervasive police force compared to Britain

(any country I’ve been to)

Spain - lack of punditry/analysis during football matches and porno coming on the TV at 9pm.

1 Like

Japan - rather than handing out flyers that invariably end up chucked on the floor 10 metres on, advertising is on packs of pocket tissues so a) you’re not going to throw them away and b) you never have to buy tissues…

Tissues

8 Likes

Denmark: Part of Scandinavia, but with amazing beaches.

Germany - the offies with the outdoor seating
Spain - dunno if its just a primavera thing but those men on the street selling single cans

fantastic

5 Likes

Germany + most other European countries - money for bringing bottles back

2 Likes

Clearly you’re not drinking enough Irn Bru.