Due to we are going to Maldives soon, therefore I did some research on their culture, of course including tipping etiquette to make sure that we tip accordingly during our stay.
Accoording to what I searched online, actually tipping is not a mandatory item for travellers but it still depend on traveller's decision for whether gives tips or not. However, porter or people who carry bags for me might expect about US$1 per bag.
However, for those hotels/resorts add a 10% service charge actually doesn't request tipping, it still depends on traveller's decision as some might happy with some services and some might not.
So, I think we would only decide on how to tip on the end of our vacation depend on how we recieve service from hotel. Does it sound fair?
During my last breastfeeding journey, I was using medela freestyle all the while to express breast milk whenever Samuel was not with me. I am very happy with freestyle and I totally like it's hands-free system, so that I could have my hands free for doing some other things while I am pumping.
Since last year, my company installed medela symphony in Mother Room, so that every nursing mother can enjoy this facility at office if they have the pump part with them. I really enjoy this benefit, because I don't even need to bring a pump to office, and this medela symphony pump is a hospital graded pump, it can easily express breast milk in shorter time and it is very quiet.
Well, theoretically said I like to use medela symphony, but I really wish to pump hands free, so that my vacant hands can do some other things instead of holding the pump parts.
At first, I bought a hands-free bra, I can say it is good but not perfect, due to my experience with medela freestyle, I still think med…