C - The letter C in Travel Dictionary : MyTravelDictionary.com

C the letter C in the Travel Dictionary, all words beginning with C.


Cadeau Girl - The girls in Francophone countries, especially West Africa that will come to a male's room for boom boom. The want a gift, the word Cadeau is gift in French, normally between 2000-10,000 CFA.

Care Package:

Cartography: the science or art of making maps.

CNIA - Cellular Network Internet Access - Acronym coined by Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com to properly explain the system used by him to have Internet access in all the countries of the planet. A person can have Internet in their hotel that is not dependent upon the Hotel, traveler can now purchase in most countries some form of Internet connection that uses the cell towers or cellular networks. If you have a cell phone connection, you probably have the ability to use the Internet.

Check Box Tour: Travel from tourist site, to tour site and checking them off to say we have been there, and done that. (Daniel said about a tour of France on the Wall April 6, 2016)

Chop Bar - A small restaurant bar in Ghana, often people will say, you chop me, a way of saying, you take advantage of me.

Cinq Place - A group taxi in a Francophone country that has five seat, but strangely the generally load in seven people.

Citizens of World: See World Citizens

City Map: Generally considered one of the primary reasons to carry a guidebook, they also can be found at Tourist Information Offices, airports, inside free tourist magazines, or at reception desk of Hotels. Often a person can search for Hotels on Internet and find city maps explaining how to find the hotel.

Civilized or Civilization:

Class System:. Class System, a social organization in which the rights and duties of individuals are largely determined by birth.

Cling Ons: A begger, girl, or someone that start to follow or cling, they do not take hints and leave, they cling to the tourist or travel, usually wanting money, but sometimes wanting to be friends.

Corruption, wrongdoing by those in a special position of trust. The term is commonly applied to self-benefiting conduct by public officials and others dedicated to public service.

Culture, the beliefs, behavior, language, and entire way of life of a particular time or group of people. Culture includes customs, ceremonies, works of art, inventions, technology, and traditions. The term also may have a more specific aesthetic definition and can describe the intellectual and artistic achievements of a society.

Cultural social norms purgatory:

Customs: How people marry, how families celebrate holidays and other occasions, what people eat, and how they socialize and have fun.

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