Certainly! “Exploring the Unexplored: Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations” delves i

Certainly!
“Exploring the Unexplored: Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations” delves into the realm of lesser-known travel destinations that are away from the typical tourist routes. The question aims to explore the allure and significance of these hidden gems and their appeal to travelers seeking unique and authentic experiences.
The question might prompt discussions on various aspects such as:
What defines an off-the-beaten-path destination?
What are the advantages and challenges of visiting such destinations?
How do travelers discover these hidden gems?
What impact does tourism have on these less-traveled locations, both positive and negative?
How can travelers ensure responsible and sustainable exploration of off-the-beaten-path destinations?
What are some examples of memorable experiences or encounters in these destinations?
Overall, this question encourages exploration of unconventional travel experiences and fosters dialogue on the importance of diversity and authenticity in tourism

I’m working on a tourism writing questions and need a sample draft to help me le

I’m working on a tourism writing questions and need a sample draft to help me learn.
Write a response that addresses the following:
question 1 :
Make two suggestions that a major hotel in a mass tourism destination (think about the type of holiday a tourist at a mass tourism destination would demand) could make to curb the amount of waste produced. For each suggestion you must address the trade offs, and positive or negative cascading effects of this action (and how to mitigate negative ones).
In this, as in all your assignments, it is fundamental that you demonstrate a grasp of the module’s content as well as an ability to link the systems to each other (as we move through each module). Additionally, you should link your discussion to the key concepts.
question 2:
I am going to refrain from giving you a very specific question this time, allowing you to choose how and what you want to take from the movies/readings. Topic for this question is : I chose ((ILinkage between food production and tourism in the world ))) this topic was mentioned one of the readings given to us, So at the beginning of the question so you can say that “I chose this topic because it was discussed in one of the readings” Length: all questions minimum of 500 words , each question minimum 250 words
References course materials
Cites sources in APA or MLA format
do not mix the question, each question answered seperetely thank you!

Use the Emotional Reducing model found in Chapter 7 (Customer Service: Skills fo

Use the Emotional Reducing model found in Chapter 7 (Customer Service: Skills for Success by: Robert Lucas) to write a response to a customer who is unhappy with a service breakdown (please specify a complaint or breakdown of your choice). Why did you choose this approach?
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts.
(classmate post)
Jamie McCaskill (She/Her)
TuesdayFeb 13 at 1:56am
Hello Professor,
I was a manager at a loan company some time back. We only offer loans to people in our local area. We had a customer who took out a loan and was expected to pay monthly installments. She defaulted on the loan and didn’t pay us for months. When we called her trying to collect she would always tell us that she wasn’t working and didn’t have income at that time but would make a payment as soon as she could. Our company would still run her card every could of weeks for the full payment due back. We had sent notices to her home and got them returned with no forwarding address. We knew she moved after calling her mother when we couldn’t get her. One month we ran it and got the full amount paid in full! We got so excited that we were able to close that account. The next afternoon, she called and wanted us to stop payment. She said it was her first check and that it was meant for her rent. As much as I wanted to help, I couldn’t. She wanted to rewrite the loan so she could at least have some of the money for the rent. Unfortunately, Company policy prevents us from writing a loan to those out of our area. Here is my response.
Good day, Donna,
I understand the situation at hand has left you in a bind. I send my deepest sympathy for the stress that was caused by this inconvenience. While our store is unable to write you a loan at this time, I can send you the information for our sister store in the area where you are currently residing. Please make sure that you call them to set up an appointment to take in your new documentation. We would like to thank you for your business and hope to work with you in the future.
Best regards,
I chose this problem-solving method because it was an easy fix to lead her where she needed to be led when I could no longer help her. It doesn’t leave her feeling helpless and gives her a chance to redeem herself.
Jamie

Use the Emotional Reducing model found in Chapter 7 (Customer Service: Skills fo

Use the Emotional Reducing model found in Chapter 7 (Customer Service: Skills for Success by: Robert Lucas) to write a response to a customer who is unhappy with a service breakdown (please specify a complaint or breakdown of your choice). Why did you choose this approach?
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts.
(classmate post)
Jamie McCaskill (She/Her)
TuesdayFeb 13 at 1:56am
Hello Professor,
I was a manager at a loan company some time back. We only offer loans to people in our local area. We had a customer who took out a loan and was expected to pay monthly installments. She defaulted on the loan and didn’t pay us for months. When we called her trying to collect she would always tell us that she wasn’t working and didn’t have income at that time but would make a payment as soon as she could. Our company would still run her card every could of weeks for the full payment due back. We had sent notices to her home and got them returned with no forwarding address. We knew she moved after calling her mother when we couldn’t get her. One month we ran it and got the full amount paid in full! We got so excited that we were able to close that account. The next afternoon, she called and wanted us to stop payment. She said it was her first check and that it was meant for her rent. As much as I wanted to help, I couldn’t. She wanted to rewrite the loan so she could at least have some of the money for the rent. Unfortunately, Company policy prevents us from writing a loan to those out of our area. Here is my response.
Good day, Donna,
I understand the situation at hand has left you in a bind. I send my deepest sympathy for the stress that was caused by this inconvenience. While our store is unable to write you a loan at this time, I can send you the information for our sister store in the area where you are currently residing. Please make sure that you call them to set up an appointment to take in your new documentation. We would like to thank you for your business and hope to work with you in the future.
Best regards,
I chose this problem-solving method because it was an easy fix to lead her where she needed to be led when I could no longer help her. It doesn’t leave her feeling helpless and gives her a chance to redeem herself.
Jamie

Write a response that addresses the following: Explain the consequences (positiv

Write a response that addresses the following:
Explain the consequences (positive or negative in your view) to tourism because of the privatization of water. How would this directly affect the ability of a tourism destination to exist sustainably?
Strong submissions will make reference to module 2 and 3 materials (lectures, videos, readings), as well as several key concepts of sustainability.
This assignment is a challenging one and one that will touch on a few moral issues about the value of nature (think back to the Land Ethic). But the distribution of a necessary but limited resource involves many stakeholders with differing needs.
Dig deep and really look at the trade offs of privatization and whether or not it works across the board?
Length: minimum of 500 words
References course material
Cites sources in APA or MLA format.

Post at least 8 annotations which engage with the material (see the Perusall sco

Post at least 8 annotations which engage with the material (see the Perusall scoring rubric for the way your annotations are graded). The top 8 posts you make will count towards your grade (more will give you a buffer) In addition, you may comment/annotate/question/etc anywhere as much as you’d like. These are minimums. Add your thoughts, and discuss things with your peers!
Notes for success:
You shouldn’t only use this for the assignment. Using Perusall means that you can chat with each other, highlight and discuss concepts together, and get and give help where you need it. Take advantage of your peers and the platform to have real discussions.
Make sure you annotate the whole paper. Perusall deducts points if all of your annotations are in just one section.
Your initial posts have to be completed before the deadline. No late posts count. Perusall allows you to respond to existing conversations for a week after the deadline, but these don’t count for full creditI
I NEED 8 SHORT ANNOTATION POST FROM EACH ATTACHED ARTICLES AND HIGHLIGHT WHICH SENTENCE THE ANNOTATIONS ARE FROM

Post at least 8 annotations which engage with the material (see the Perusall sco

Post at least 8 annotations which engage with the material (see the Perusall scoring rubric for the way your annotations are graded). The top 8 posts you make will count towards your grade (more will give you a buffer) In addition, you may comment/annotate/question/etc anywhere as much as you’d like. These are minimums. Add your thoughts, and discuss things with your peers!
Notes for success:
You shouldn’t only use this for the assignment. Using Perusall means that you can chat with each other, highlight and discuss concepts together, and get and give help where you need it. Take advantage of your peers and the platform to have real discussions.
Make sure you annotate the whole paper. Perusall deducts points if all of your annotations are in just one section.
Your initial posts have to be completed before the deadline. No late posts count. Perusall allows you to respond to existing conversations for a week after the deadline, but these don’t count for full creditI
I NEED 8 SHORT ANNOTATION POST FROM EACH ATTACHED ARTICLES AND HIGHLIGHT WHICH SENTENCE THE ANNOTATIONS ARE FROM

Once you have completed reading the Research Article #1, you must write a reacti

Once you have completed reading the Research Article #1, you must write a reaction paper about the article, which must be 2-3 pages, double-spaced with 12 font-size. The reaction paper must include the summary of the article and your insights. Each reaction paper is equivalent with 10 points. The quality of summary and creative insights will decide your grade. You have to upload your reaction paper in either Word or PDF file on Canvas by the due dates indicated. Copying other’s works will be considered “Plagiarism,” resulting in F grade in this class. Please remember that the similarity check on Canvas will be conducted to check the originality of your work. The similarity percent of your work should be below 15% for the consideration of full credits (10 pts).