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Visit America - The DON'Ts of Visiting The USA

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Whether heading to New York, Washington, California or Chicago there are some general DON'Ts of visiting the USA. This video goes over the major things you should not do in the US. From touching the Americans, to not discussing certain topics, to how not to miss out on the food & culture the US has on offer.
This video is designed to teach travelers about the American culture and cultural differences and norms that may be found throughout the US. So if you are going to be visiting the USA, then this is a video you should watch so you better understand how Americans think, act and react in day to day settings.
Filmed in Mystic CT, USA - pictures from all over the United States.
Copyright Mark Wolters 2017

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Common reason for Shorting trailer brakes, If You Have Electric Trailer Brakes Check your Axle Wires

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I made this video to address a potentially very dangerous problem that anyone with electric trailer brakes run in the axles will encounter at some point.

If you have been following our adventures this video is not in chronological order. I put this together a year ago and just came across the video and wanted to share it.

The problem is that many of the trailer manufacturers run the electric trailer brake wires inside the axles. This is a terrible practice and even with PVC jacketed and insulated wires they will still wear through and short out over time. As a safe preventative measure to prevent loosing your brakes unexpectedly I highly recommend removing the wires from inside the axles and putting them on the outside with zip ties. You cannot check for wear without removing the wires.

Just something i think is important and wanted to share.

How to Please a Japanese

How do you make a Japanese happy? How do you please them? Explained in this video. I decided to make this video because some of my viewers are interested in Japanese culture. So here it is. I feel like a lot of the Japanese are curious about how they are seen from other countries. If you can show that you know their culture at a deep level, a lot of them will appreciate that. Please leave a like if you enjoyed the video. Subscribe and turn the bell icon ON to get notifications! Thank you for watching!

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When dogs are chacinga cyclist

One of the very common problems all cyclists have, is when they are being chased by dogs, specially in the country.
I have been always chased by dogs but some of them are very nasty and sometimes they really are scaring....

5 Ways People Mess Up at the Airport

5 Mistakes People Make at the Airport. If you are ever traveling the world or just flying to a nearby city there are some common mistakes that people can make. Here are our 5 most common mistakes people make at the airport.
1. Not giving themselves enough time
2. Not being TSA ready
3. Screwing around at check in or security
4. Not paying attention to departure gates
5. Yelling at gate agents or other airport personnel

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10 Things NOT To Do In Jamaica

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When you book your trip to Jamaica, the odds are good that you’re headed for a spirited, but relaxing island vacation. But there's much more to Jamaica than great music and gorgeous weather. So follow these tips to keep safe and have fun while visiting Jamaica.

1. Don’t Forget About the State Department
You should know before you travel that both s*xual as*ault and armed r*bbery are common throughout the nation, in some cases even inside gated resorts.

2. Don’t Expect Help From the Cops
The Jamaican police force is universally underpaid and understaffed. Their attention is mostly focused on more serious crime so a tourist’s stolen camera doesn’t rank high on their list of priorities.

3. Don’t Try to Get Around Without a Driver
In Jamaica, they drive on the wrong, -well, left side of the road. It can be a little perplexing, but for a small fee you can hire a driver for the day to help you get around efficiently and safely.

4. Don’t Backpack Through Jamaica
People who backpack through Jamaica essentially put a target on their back, attracting the worst of the island’s criminal element. Your best bet is to spend most of your time in highly populated areas.

5. Do Your Research
Where you spend your vacation will determine what there is to do. Love the nightlife? Then, Negril has tons of thriving hot spots. Taking your family for some fun in the sun? Montego Bay is full of family friendly resorts. Want to experience Jamaica’s inland paradise? Check out Ocho Rios.

6. Don’t Look at the Merchants
When you’re browsing at shops on the island avoid direct eye contact with the merchants. They will take it as a sign that you’re interested in buying but if you’re just looking, keep your eyes on the merchandise and not on the owner.

7. Don’t Use American Dollars
While good, old-fashioned greenbacks are welcome on the island, you should consider using the Jamaican dollar. You’ll find that you don’t have to worry about exchange rates and the locals will appreciate it.

8. Don’t Get Uptight
The entire country is filled with people who are looking on the bright side, and while they’re eager to please, they’re not in any big hurry. So, you shouldn’t be, either. No one wants to hang around with a grumpy tourist.

9. Don’t Be Afraid to Explore
There is one heck of a lot more to the island of Jamaica than just lounging on its world class beaches. There are a lot of great shopping spots and natural beauty like Dunn’s River Falls.

10. Don’t Worry About Finding a Good Beach
The best part about Jamaica is that no matter where you book your reservations Jamaica will have a pristine stretch of golden sand waiting for you. Don’t spend a ton of time trying to find “the right beach.” They’re pretty much all that beach.

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18 Cultural Differences Between the USA and EUROPE

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WHAT?! You have to pay to use public toilets, and to drink water in Europe?! And cigarettes are fashionable?

It's about time someone addresses the cultural differences between the USA and Europe!

I just finished a 6 week Eurotrip -- which means I've now spent more than 1 year of my life in Europe, and visited every single country on the continent (yes, all 45 countries!)

While many things are similar about American and European culture, there are plenty of little (and BIG) differences that I'd like to bring to your attention in this video!

It took me 6 weeks of compiling this footage, writing this script, and editing this video... so I hope you like it! And if you enjoy, please share with your friends :)

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5 Common Taxi & Street Cons & Scams You Should Know Before You Visit Peru

Knowing these 5 key common tricks played in taxis and in the streets of Peru can help you avoid problems and have a safer and more enjoyable and relaxing holiday visit in beautiful country.

These include avoiding being given fake coins or notes in a taxi, shop, store from Lima to Cuzco, to the remote Andes. Avoiding your luggage being stolen, leaving and arriving at the airport, fake cops, and much more...

5 Most Common Types of Complaining Customers and How to Handle Them

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Have you ever had a customer standing in front of you complaining not sure how to handle it?

How do you decide the type of customer you are dealing with before deciding on a plan of action?

And why is this important?

We all have our own personalities, motivations and quirks. The same can be said for the unhappy person standing in front of you and if you can determine the type of person that is, the chances of you handling the complaint successfully will increase dramatically.

Another reason why it is important to understand your customer is statistics have shown that in the past if someone was pleased with your service, they might tell three friends; if they were displeased they might tell 11 friends. Today, due to the growth of social media if someone is displeased those 11 friends may quickly become thousands or even tens of thousands of friends.

Two more reasons to handle complaints effectively is that it is easier and less expensive to win back the customer that had a negative experience then try to attract new customers.

¨ Up to 95% of customers will give you a second chance if you handle their complaint successfully and in a timely manner.

¨ Resolve a complaint in the customer’s favour and they will do business with you again 70% of the time.

*These last two statistics are cited from the Jim Moran Institute and Lee Resources:

Now keep in mind, you won’t be able to satisfy every unhappy customer who contacts you, but the financial returns to your business from turning a displeased customer’s service experience into a positive are huge.

It has been our experience that customers that complain can be categorized into different groups. Let’s look at 5 most common groups.

The Mild Customer: normally does not like to complain, but if you see there is a problem, you might be required to ask more precise questions to get them to tell you what is wrong.
2. The Pushing Customer: Blunt and not at all timid about telling you what’s on their mind. With this type pf customer your better off not being pushy back, rather react with “What else may I help you with?” Prove that you're willing to listen to their problem.

3. The big spender: Your “enterprise” customer; they have no problem paying for convenience and top notch service. However, they demand superior support for it. No customer cares for excuses, this customer detests hearing them. So don’t make excuses, just tell them how you are going to take care of their problem.

4. The Habitual Complainer: This customer will contact you a great deal, but that does not mean that their problems should be brushed aside. Here is where patience is called for. One thing is for sure; when this customer is satisfied they will have no problems about telling others how great you are.

5. The Rip-Off Customer: This might sound a little harsh but we have all seen them. This customer is never happy and is not actually looking for an acceptable reaction; they're just seeking to get something they don’t deserve. Nothing is good enough unless they are getting a handout. The best thing you can do is to stay calm and react as objectively as you can.

That’s our look at 5 most common complaining customer groups...

If you have any interesting stories about complaining customers or have a new group you would like to add to the list or have any questions or feedback you can leave them in the comments section of the show notes.

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Let’s continue to work together to put heads in your beds.

Until next time, have a fun day.

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Fixing Equalisation Problems | How to Equalise Head Down

This video covers all the main equalisation issues that stop a person from being able to equalise their ears. How to equalise head down, how to equalise tricky or stuck ears, techniques and exercises to improve equalisation, typical equalisation problems and how to overcome them.

equalisation problems are the most common thing that stop a person from diving and enjoying their diving. Sometimes the problems are due our bodies themselves and sometime they are due to our equalisation skills. Because equalisation is a skill that everyone gets better at the more they practice.

This video also assumes that you have watched my previous tutorial on How to Frenzel Equalise. Here is the link to that video:

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Ever wondered what India is like? India is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world so it's easy for tourists to embarrass themselves while they're there. Here are 10 things NOT to do while in India.

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STORM | Barista Attitude

Everyday, for more than two centuries, coffee has been landing in the heart of Europe, in Trieste, a meeting point of intercontinental maritime routes and the Adriatic-Baltic and Mediterranean corridors. Trieste boasts a history of landings and trades permitted by its free port status awarded to it back in the eighteenth century.

Trieste is coffee culture. The Old Port, built in the second half of the nineteenth century is a splendid specimen of industrial and commerce archeology. The port’s thermodynamic power station was chosen as the best setting for Storm short movie, both for the industrial style and for the presence of steam produced when it’s working, something in common also with espresso machines.
Inspiration, style and love for anything good start here. And also Storm's journey starts here.

Storm is an espresso machine that has a “Barista Attitude”, as it boasts several features specifically designed to facilitate everyday work: ergonomics, Dry Steam, the cool touch steam wand, the pre-infusion control, pressure, temperature and many more.

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The Top 10 Problems Faced by Immigrants

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Settling in a new region poses many challenges, whatever your background, and there are some that are common experiences for migrants across the globe. While immigrants to Canada may face some, or all of these issues, the country has a range of features which can help to make the transition smoother. In this article we'll look at those issues and how to resolve them when moving to Canada.

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The Issues with Loose Articles

The sight of items like phones, hats, and glasses being dropped on rides and roller coasters has become common place at many theme parks around the world. To combat this issue, parks have come up with a variety of ways to secure the loose articles of guests. However, increasingly strict policies have recently sparked a debate, with many questioning how these items should be dealt with. In this video, we'll learn what loose articles are, the dangers they impose, and the safety measures in place to keep guests safe.

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There are bunch of incidents recently, where devotees are looted/abused by so called Spiritual people when approached for various problems. This is too sad. Actually there are ways mentioned in our Shastras or by our ancestors to get rid of such problems on our own. However they are not known to public.

Nanduri Srinivas has been getting thousands of mails from the followers of this channel , seeking solutions for their family/financial/personal/children related problems etc. In this video and the series of 8 videos following this, solutions have been explained to each set of problems.

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Do Vloggers Exploit The Philippines???

today we will be talking about weather or not vloggers exploit the philippines and the effect that can have on how filipinos view vloggers in general and how some honest vloggers can miss understood. It happens to us sometimes when people assume we exploit the philippines for views on videos without actually watching any of our content. We get left comments which say we are just the like rest of the attention seeking vloggers and that we are exploiting the philippines. I would say that is true for 80% of vloggers now days but not us.

We pride our selfs on being different and having a different mindset to most vloggers even if that is the sole reason why we grow very slowly. There are no lies on our channel and we are exactly how we are in real life and thats how it should be.

These sorts of problems are so common now days in the youtube world so its good to discuss it from time to time and give our opinion

The stateless Filipinos of Kota kinabalu, Sabah-Malaysia

This is Part no 2 about my documentary film THE INVISIBLE children of Gaya Island (Kota Kinabalu Sabah-Malaysia).
I felt good as a documentary filmmaker, but I felt so pitty and sad as a human being to see these people in such a terrible situation. Statelessness is a very big problem in this area, people with statelessness not only face common problems, but they have no proper access to their basic human rights.


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Have you ever thought how hard it can be to be a barista? In this video we presented different types of customers to show you guys how complicated customer orders can be :)

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