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November 04, 2005

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Shirazi

Enjoyed your blog and this insight on travel.

Joan

Gee, Yes - back to the primitive. Let's build some out-door kitchens, bring back the "gooseneck", and kerosene lamps. Visitors will really be impressed.

nicob

You'd be surprised. It's actually the latest craze.

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.php-URL_ID=11408&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

http://www.creativenz.govt.nz/resources/demand-for-cultural-tourism.pdf

http://www.madagascar-travel.net/cultural_tourism.html

http://www.florida-arts.org/resources/culturaltourism.htm

http://www.juminkeko.fi/viena/en/kulttuurimatkailu.html

http://www.lib.flinders.edu.au/resources/sub/humanities/cultweb.html

http://www.lord.ca/publications/articles/power_cultural_tourism.html

http://www.luxuryculturaltourism.com/

http://www.culturaltourism.com.au/html/Tours/Adelaide/Outback/outback___indigenous_tours.htm

Dianne Penn

Well said! I've been trying to "say" this to people for ages, but you've captured perfectly what I feel. Thanks Nico. PS: Long time no see (since those Bahamas UWC meeting days...) but fiercely proud of you!

Stay strong,
Dianne

nicob

Dianne, great to hear from you. Where in the world is Dianne Penn?

Dianne

Hey! I'm at the UN. International understanding indeed....

student

wat does "blessed waiters of grace divine" mean??

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