Traditions around the world vary greatly – from eating twelve grapes on the second at the countdown to midnight in Spain, to wearing anything with circles on it or eating round food to ensure good fortune and prosperity in the Philippines. Ecuadorians scare away bad luck by setting fire to scarecrows stuffed with newspaper outside their houses. In Bolivia, wearing yellow pants can increase fortune, whereas in Mexico if you wear red then you’re likely to receive love and happiness. So, have you got any quirky New Year traditions that you’d like to share with us?
Home Uncategorized How Do Your New Year Traditions Vary From Others?
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