Join us as we explore the wonders of the world, one bizarre fact at a time. In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at the top five strangest things that we’ve discovered traveling abroad. From talking animals in Thailand to haunted hotels in Peru, read on for a collection of fascinating oddities that will leave you scratching your head. ###
A dead body in the middle of a busy street
It was a hot day in Buenos Aires, and I was about to cross a busy street when I saw a dead body lying in the middle of the road. It wasn’t the first time that I had seen something like this in my travels – there are always strange things happening abroad!
A man who sells live animals out of his van
Traveling can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be incredibly strange. I recently traveled to Argentina and while there, I discovered something truly bizarre – live animals being sold out of a van!
It wasn’t until I got closer that I realized these were chickens, ducks, and even a couple of pigs being transported around the city in cramped conditions. These animals likely didn’t have a good life before they were brought over to Argentina, and now they’re being hawked off of vans in the middle of traffic for anyone who’s interested.
It’s an unfortunate reality that many animals suffer before they reach our doorstep, but it’s also something that we should all be aware of when traveling abroad. If you see anything suspicious happening with animals on the streets or in marketplaces, please report it to local authorities so they can take appropriate measures.
A tribe of people living in complete isolation from the rest of the world
The tribe of people living in complete isolation from the rest of the world are the Kosi. These rice farmers live in a part of Nepal that is inaccessible by car or bus, and they have no contact with other humans. The only way to get to them is by foot or on horseback. The Kosi are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in the world, and their lifestyle is very different from that of most people. They live in small villages made up of mud huts, and they use pickaxes instead of forks to eat food. Their diet consists almost entirely of rice, and they don’t have any other form of currency or economy. The few outsiders who have visited the Kosi have described them as friendly and happy, but also mysterious and enigmatic.
A man who charges tourists to touch him
In recent years there has been an increased trend of “tourists” charging money to touch them or take photos with them. While some of these people may be genuine fans, many others are actually just looking for a quick buck. Here are five of the strangest things that travelers have discovered while traveling abroad:
1. A man who charges tourists to touch him. This was probably one of the most surprising experiences that a traveler had when they visited a foreign country. Some people may find it amusing, while others may find it creepy.
2. Children begging for money from tourists. This is something that you will definitely see in developing countries, but you can also find it in tourist-friendly countries as well. It seems like children everywhere want something from tourists, and often this is just their own personal greediness coming out.
3. People who offer you drugs in exchange for money. This is something that you will see more and more of as technology advances and people become increasingly desperate. In some cases, these people might actually have drugs on them or they might think that they can get away with selling drugs because of the fact that tourists are usually not aware of what is going on around them.
4. Scams where visitors are promised free attractions or tours in exchange for money or goods. This is something that you should be especially aware of if you’re planning on traveling to locations such as Mexico and China, where scams like this are common place.