The most ridiculous complaints of British tourists on holidays abroadBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-most-ridiculous-complaints-of-british-tourists-on-holidays-abroad1
The holiday season is approaching, and flocks of British tourists have flocked to the beaches of Spain, Greece and Italy. Many people know how to behave abroad, but the stereotype of a Briton who is always dissatisfied with everything and forgets to put on sunscreen is still alive. Sometimes it is quite difficult for the British not to commit a typical blemish for their fellow when they go to the nearest store and seriously expect that they speak English there. And there's no need to try to portray Greek, speaking the same English with a fake Greek accent, it looks silly.
On Twitter, we have picked up a magnificent collection of the most idiotic complaints of British tourists that they wrote to hotels while vacationing abroad.
"My fiance and I booked a room with two beds, but we got one double. Now I'm pregnant." Of course, it's all the bed's fault.
"There are too many people in Germany who speak only German." The scoundrels are simple.
"The bar was closed and I couldn't have my pint at the airport at seven in the morning." It's hard to even imagine how it is possible not to give a person a beer at seven in the morning at the airport.
"We went for rafting in a canoe, but we were very disappointed, because no one told us that there would be no toilet on the canoe. It was very uncomfortable." Come on?
"The weather at home was as good as on vacation while we were away." How dare they even turn on the good weather in their absence?!
"We went to a ski resort, but we were not warned that we really need to be able to ski." What a cruel omission.
"There was no variety of fruits in our jar of sangria." Oh, that's it, the vacation is ruined.
"The food was so cheap that by the time I got home I had gained three kilos." Any weight gain is the fault of the hotel.
"There are too many Spaniards here. The receptionist speaks Spanish. The food is Spanish. There are too many foreigners." Of course, in Spain.
"There were only two towels for each. One for the body, the other for the head. How the hell am I supposed to wipe my hands?" Already triset.
"It rained every day. The booklet didn't say anything about rain." We missed the most important thing.
"When we arrived, we were given free cocktails, but I don't like 'Sex on the Beach'." Drink what they give you.
"The orange fanta in Spain was more phantom-like than the fanta at home." Really?
"We hung towels on the balcony to dry them, and they just froze." It's at a ski resort.
"There was a Do not disturb sign on the inside of the door. I got confused and decided that the hotel staff had locked me up." Of course, such confusion.
"Although the booklet said there was a fully equipped kitchen, there was no tea strainer in the drawers." The British need to always have a tea strainer on hand, otherwise they will die.
"We went to the beach, and when we came back, everything was in the sand." Just outrageous!
"The toilet paper in the hotel room was not Andrex brand." That's it, the priest was offended.
"We took the wrong train to the airport and missed the flight." It's all the hotel's fault.
"It was too hot." The weather at sea is just infuriating!
"The pool water dissolved my sunscreen, it flowed into my eyes, and it hurt like hell." It's so annoying when the water is too wet!
"Our London hotel didn't have an ocean view." As in other hotels in London.
"Because of the sun, my hair has become a little lighter. I liked my old hair color better." What a grief.
"The water in the Gulf of Mexico was too salty. No one told me there would be salt in the water. It was disgusting." It is necessary to put signs on the shore that the water in the sea is salty.
"People clapped their hands when the plane landed." It's a nightmare.
"There was sand all over the floor in the beach bar." Amazing!
"It was written in the restaurant that the children eat for free, but they still charged me for my 19-year-old daughter's lunch." Robbed in broad daylight.
"There was no Yorkshire tea on the train in Thailand." Nightmare.