When you're bargaining in street markets, shaking hands, touching money, and using bathrooms sans soap and water, hand sanitizer is crucial, and you'll be using a lot of it. Unfortunately, this can be very drying on the skin since most are formulated entirely with ethyl alcohol. Nothing puts me off more than a sterile hospital smell and scaly hands. Luckily, there are alternatives.
Diana Weeks is a Canadian journalist, currently working in television in Toronto as a reporter. Her career as a journalist began in Northern Ontario and Winnipeg. Diana has a passion for storytelling, books and exploring new cultures. Diana is happily settled in her career as a busy journalist in the big city, but is always looking for new adventures just around the corner, or on another continent.
For North Americans, particularly Canadians planning to live or stay a substantial amount of time in Britain, there are a few things you'll need to accept as part of daily life. Aside from the obvious ones like driving on the opposite side of the road and always carrying an umbrella, I have compiled what I believe to be a helpful list of some simpler things that may aid you in your new life abroad.
10/03/2014 12:27 EDT
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