Tsunami and tourism

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Tsunami

Post by ARMYLEARNER » Wed May 18, 2005 3:12 pm

Hi all
I think that any one said the tourism must stay at home and dont to go there, he had mistaken, our rule in tat life is to help each other,let us take a part of those peoples there,how do we feel when finding our self alone with out help with out sharing sadness it is disasster. so my opinion to hurry in providing help either to go there or to sen a money to them for those who are not able to go
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Post by Shazzam » Fri Oct 14, 2005 8:29 am

The tsunami definately affected tourism; but the fear of terrorist attacks will definately finish the tourist trade. Holidays are expensive and usually well planned. People won't be inclined to travel if they are going to spend all their time worrying about terrorist attacks. :cry:

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Re: Tsunami and tourism

Post by hellofriend » Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:57 pm

Certainly not, because the areas which are affected by the tsunami are under unstable condition, who knows what will happen next. People will be afraid to go there, there might be more earthquakes come and cause more serious tsunami. Besides, after the tsunami, cities are faing the reconstruction problem, there are not many things to see except you wanna be a volunteer to help the local government to rebuilt their cities.

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