One should be extremely attentive and careful when driving a car on the island as far not all the local drives keep strict to the road regulations. When exploring remote areas of the island by car, one should not stop and take fellow passengers on board. One should not leave personal things and valuables in the car as well for the reasons of safety.
Local cafes and restaurants feature a high quality of goods and affordable pricing policy. All the cities of the island are subject to a following rule – the closer a restaurant to a buzzing center of the city the higher pricing policy it features. Travelers should not neglect local eateries in small towns of the island as these as well feature plenty of classy dishes and high standard service.
A small cash reward should be left to a waiter, taxi driver as well as to a hair stylist, spa and recreation center assistants, to hotels maids and tour guides. Tips can reach up to 10% of the total cost of the service rendered. The staff can be rewarded with 0.5 to 1 Euro depending on the class of the establishment.
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