I am curious about the "meeting people" question. In general, I would understand that a question is too broad if it is asked in a way that cannot be reasonably answered.
However, if the person asking is on purpose limiting the scope of the answer to a higher level so that there is no need to go into further (country-by-country) details but rather asks for general pointers to then solve specific problem with common sense, based on the directions given in the answer, isn't that OK then?
- I will travel around the world next year, wow can I meet people in every country? (too broad)
- What are generally good methods to meet people? I would like to develop my own techniques based on the answer given for individual countries. (OK?)
I would assume that other questions that alter depending on which country they apply to such as "How do I insure my cash" should be too broad too, IMO. In the end, this heavily depends where someone is coming from & where they travel to. I guess there is a certain fine line between good and bad questions, but would there be a suggested edit to the "meet people" question that would make the principle I am addressing here here work for it?