Before I travel outside of the country, I look up several things, like who and how much to tip. I am so used to the heavy tipping we do in the U.S. at restaurants that I feel really awkward either only leaving a few coins or nothing at all. I know that most wait staff get paid a decent wage, unlike here in America, but it's still hard to break out of that habit we have when we go out to eat. If you also have trouble trying to remember what to tip or even if to tip when you travel, this great infographic acts as a great cheat sheet.
Do you find it difficult to break out of routine when it comes to tipping on your travels?