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Iceland is perfect if you hate people

8 May 2024

8:00 AM

8 May 2024

8:00 AM

No-one seems to like tourists any more. Last week Venice introduced its $5 entry charge — which merely buys you the right to go into the city and be ripped off by cafés and restaurants. On Tenerife, residents have been marching and daubing slogans on the walls “tourist — go home.”

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