Monthly Archives: April 2011

angels

Yesterday’s top view on my Flickr account was this graphic: Be not forgetful to entertain strangers for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. – Hebrews 13:1-2 I adore this quote but I am absolutely mystified as to how it generated … Continue reading

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Viva South Africa!

Next week I am heading to South Africa! All I can say on this Easter Sunday is Viva Social Media, Free Wine and Responsible Tourism! Or at least that’s what I titled the latest video conversation (see below). Please join … Continue reading

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collaboration

buzzword bingo: Collaboration = To work with others Let’s be clever and work smarter, not harder. Many tourism players are aware that improving collaboration is a worthy objective, yet they feel stymied by how to put practice into action. Instead … Continue reading

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Buzzword Bingo: Easter Egg

Buzzword Bingo: Easter egg – Hidden content intentionally inserted by the creators

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Zebra

Presenting the art, trees and market of La Estacion Animoto Video: Zebra

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Imagining Cape Town (Kaapstad)

In 2011 friends and I are taking a close-up look at city environments around the world. The big event will be the May 6 Responsible Tourism in Cities conference in Durban, South Africa. On the way to and from I … Continue reading

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Manaakitanga

Manaakitanga = respect for hosts and kindness to guests This Maori concept is one of my favorites as it solidifies the notion that tourism offers a potential win-win situation. Out of balance it doesn’t work as someone gets taken advantage. … Continue reading

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