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Despite many of us being indecisive on going abroad this year, there's no doubt that when that day comes, you'll probably want a pint.
Unfortunately, it is sometimes quite expensive if you want to grab a drink abroad.
You might be glad to know that money.co.uk has put together a list of the cheapest and most expensive cities in the world for a pint, which could influence your next holiday.
The top ten cities in the world for a cheap pint are:
Buenos Aires, Argentina - £1.17
Prague, Czech Republic - £1.34
Mexico City, Mexico - £1.41
Wrocław, Poland - £1.70
Warsaw, Poland - £1.89
Moscow, Russia - £2.06
Fort Collins, US - £2.87
Austin, US - £2.87
Grand Rapids, US - £2.87
Whilst the top ten most expensive cities are:
San Francisco, US, - £5.73
Melbourne, Australia - £5.21
Boston, US - £5.01
London, UK - £5
Dublin, Ireland - £4.70
Seattle, US - £4.66
Wellington, New Zealand - £4.55
Edinburgh, UK - £4.48
San Diego, US - £4.39
Portland, US - £4.30
I bet you aren't surprised to see London on that list.
While it's difficult to keep track of all the changes to the green and amber listed countries, it's safe to say that the appeal of a cheap drink could tempt a few to change their next holiday location to one on that list.
When you do start flying though, you might be interested to hear that according to a flight attendant, there's a good reason why you shouldn't wear shorts on a plane.
It's probably not something that has ever really crossed your mind, but apparently, it's very important. Watch below:
In a video posted to their TikTok account, a flight attendant going by the handle @tommycimato went over the top five things he thinks we should all know about air travel etiquette, from bathroom habits to catching some shut eye on the red eye.
And shorts are a big no no.
He said: "Don't or try not to wear shorts when you're on an airplane. It's the same thing as the window, you never know how clean it's gonna be, so if you have pants, you're gonna have less germs."
So if you don't want your uncovered skin picking up germs, jeans might be a safer bet.
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