Hobo travel journalism/Penetrating indigenous nations cultures
It is living in the homes of indigenous peoples (as a temporary guest), and by no means visiting museums and restaurants of ethnic cuisine, that is of paramount importance for getting to know the traditions and customs. The use of cultural travel methods allows a journalist to experience the intricacies of the national culture of the inhabitants of a particular country.
To fulfill the plan, it is not necessary to contact in advance through “social networks of hospitality” with residents of “overseas” countries: spontaneous acquaintances in this case are more effective. In addition, in the tiny, godforsaken villages of Africa, Asia and Oceania, there is often no Internet, and it is precisely such settlements that are of interest to hobo travel journalism.
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