Etiquette in Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands, located off the coast of southern South America, has a population of about 3,000 people.

The predominant language is English.

The Falkland Islands is a parliamentary dependency under a constitutional monarchy.

Most citizens are Christian.

The currency is the Falkland pound.

Business dress clothing tend to be casual and relaxed in comparison to British culture.

Islanders take tea and coffee breaks in the middle of the morning. Called a “smoko”, cakes and biscuits may be served with beverages.

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