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    Whether you share a cocktail-fuelled pash on the beach with a Norwegian backpacker, a romantic one-on-one sojourn with a French student or a sultry sumba in the arms of a too-hot-to-handle Spanish globe trekker, these are often one-off, fireworky affairs. The Fellow Traveller Crush If you’ve ever met a like-minded traveller on the trip of a lifetime, it’s easy to see why coupling up might seem like a good idea. You’re both single, love experiencing fascinating cultures and exotic locales and share a unique kinship that you’re sure you’d never find back home. Not surprisingly, these types of romances can work. If you’re prepared to face the reality check at the end of the journey, that is. The ‘Getting to Know the Locals’ Manoeuvre If you’re spending a bit of time in the one place, you’ll be no doubt meeting a truckload of locals, many of them single and oh-so alluring. However, steady on with the commitment fantasies. It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt, and it certainly won’t be fun if it’s you. Particularly, if you discover your new love interest is only after one thing – and that’s a meal ticket back home with you. The Globe-Trotter On the Prowl It’s no secret that you’re bound to run into some fellow travellers on your adventures whose life-long calling is to ‘bag a babe’ in every country they visit. Like big game safari hunters, they can sneak up on you and before you know it, you’ve become the next notch in their philandering belts. Happy to be a notch?…

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    Differences of Two Worlds in “Where the Worlds Collide” Though some readers might think that “Where the Worlds Collide” by Pico Iyers, is a description of collision, it is actually about a traveler’s emotional collision while traveling to America for the first time. The traveler is amazed to know about the structure and culture of American society, as well as its differences to the traveler’s homeland culture and how its society is structured. These differences in culture as well as how their…

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    Charles Corbyn was a quiet man. He had no real friends. Never in his life did he feel any need to have interpersonal relationships. Neither did the people around him, for a reason Charles Corbyn had never thought about. It was not because he was unattractive or unlikable. In fact he was a man of very gentle disposition and quite handsome. He had the body of a worker but carried himself as one of high import. Tonight he had decided to go to the pub for his supper. He grabbed his outer coat and…

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    The Evolution Of Travel Blog

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    I talked about how relaxing it produces. Also, how it helps strengthen you and others around you. Visiting another country gives the traveler insight to other type of people which helps you grow from them. There might be negatives within traveling; however, these negatives turn into positives once you realize what they are and overcome them. Some negatives will always be there but the aspect of how the traveler handles it will set if it ends up good or bad. The relationships you gain from…

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    9/11 Short Stories

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    "A traveler in Crowned Fox woodlands? Quite odd." There an old lady stood, just down the rocky path where trees grew overhead, "Come now, you must be cold out in this snowy weather." "Hmm? You wish to hear the tale of the two broken kings?" She mused as the snowy earth cracked underneath her shoes as she walked, "I suppose that it won't hurt to tell a tale." She opened the door to a small hut and gestured inside, "Sit down my friend and I shall tell the tale..." The old lady sighed as she sat…

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    My style model is in the genre of travel writing. The overall text is a combination of short sentences which are linked together with various cohesive techniques. The text is an individual's journey, in present tense, through the Beijing desert and the events which happen during the exploration. I have reflected this in “Burnt Happiness” by recalling about my travels through Madeira and the emotions that occur from the rich to poor side of the Island. My writing is similar to Ma Jian in many…

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    our fate take the lead. We also learn the mistakes of our action and suffer the consequences.The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a descriptive poem that summarizes a traveler who comes upon a crossroad in his life. The choices the persona makes can affect him by changing his lifestyle or destroying it. The traveler is forced to decide between the two paths and decides to take the road less taken. The whole poem has a specific purpose and it represents the difficult choices we must often make…

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    “The internet if flooded with traveling sites that let the traveler choose it’s service”. Many of the business people say that they don’t have time to make plans for the travel so they make a choice to contract travel agents. Work trips are the ones that need more help like in moneywise to time wise. There is many to choose from online but There is nothing like an actual person doing what is important to a traveler. Business people tend to travel for short periods of time that time is money for…

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    Genogram's Poem 'Ithaka'

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    Dating back into the beginnings of mankind, travel has long been a reoccurring trait in human history. With some in search for resources, and others in search for the meaning of life, the universal pattern regarding a journey merged into the search for knowledge. Cavafy echoes this sentiment in his poem Ithaka which communicates that you will be “rich with all [the knowledge and experiences] you have gained” after arriving at your destination. Like the promises made in the poem, Alexander von…

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    a great potential in term of growth yet it is also face many challenges and it has serious competition with other tourism industries and other most visited destinations of the world (Deloitte, 2010). CRITICAL ANALYSIS: We can analyze UK tourism industry with the help of Porter’s five forces model. Through it we can easily determine competitive strengths and weaknesses of UK tourism industry. PORTER’S 5 FORCES:  THREAT about NEW ENTRANTS: It is natural phenomenon when any industry like UK…

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