Parts of Georgia are very religious. Actually the "Bible Belt" encircles the entire South, not just Ga.I will be going 3000 miles to the deep southern state of GA in 4 weeks. I will post some pics when I get back. A lot of people call it the Bible belt
Ooops...Those are signs of a true traveler and not a "tourist"!God has special uses for folks with those symptoms.I love traveling, but I also love coming home. That being said, I always fall in love with whatever country, state, or culture I visit and could easy see making any of them home. I often long to return to some of the places I've been and wonder what it would have been like if I had been able to stay.
Ooops...Those are signs of a true traveler and not a "tourist"!God has special uses for folks with those symptoms.
the "ugly American" traveler
That's an interesting subject, I was warned about that before I came here and then it really hit home when I realized I needed to keep a low profile because I was here "illegally."It seems to be a hard culture to shake.
European Recommendations:I would love to hear your travel experiences. Do you love going places? Any good experiences / recommendations?
Parts of Georgia are very religious. Actually the "Bible Belt" encircles the entire South, not just Ga.
Here are some tips for your trip.
1. Try eating grits. Season with salt, pepper and butter....NOT sugar...That is a sin in the South.
2. When asked "Hiyeeew?" the correct resounds is "Fine, and yeeew?" or if you are brave, try "Fair ta middlin'"which will get a chuckle and lower walls.
3. Visit Savannah if you can...THAT was the cultural centre of the South for many centuries.
4. Ask to be introduced to a Waffle House....you will thank me.