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7 simple steps to learn Arabic any language !!!

09th July 2012
7 simple steps to learn Arabic any language !!! It's easy and simple to learn a new language if you live in a country speaks that language as a mother Tongue because languages mainly are learned by practices that develop the major language skills which... Read >
Author: JackKhaleks

Salmonella and sickness claims in Tunisia

19th September 2011
Illness has affected many holidaymakers in Tunisia, and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps, often linked to poor standards of health and hygie... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Food poisoning Q & As Morocco

04th April 2011
Cases of food poisoning in Morocco have increased over the past few years and hundreds of holidaymakers are making claims against tour operators when they return to the UK. Food poisoning can affect all age groups but can cause serious illness in young... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Disease and illness in the Dominican Republic

04th March 2011
Disease and illness have affected hundreds of holidaymakers in the Dominican Republic during the past 18 months and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomac... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

History and Advantages of Package Tours

11th January 2011
The first person who thought of an early form of "package tour," was Thomas Cook in 1841. However, he actually made it happen in the year of 1855, and by 1872, he was launching around-the-globe package tours. In the late 1950s and 1960s, the already cheap... Read >
Author: Lyuben Georgiev

2011 Ski Vacations- Book Now For Good Deals

03rd August 2010
Tour operators specialising in ski holidays are keen to get 2011 off to a good start and are offering some good deals for those who book early. The last couple of years haven't been too kind to some of the companies who specialise in skiing trips. S... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Online Reservation System

21st January 2009
Most existing online booking systems are too complex - a simpler approach is much more suited for small and medium sized tour operators With more and more people looking to make savings on their holidays it is no wonder that they are turning to the inter... Read >
Author: Jacqui Q

Alternative vs. Mass Tourism

27th March 2007
Most people have a defined picture of a vacation, usually associated with accommodation and some attractions at a place or few. But is it the not so commercialized alternative forms of tourism, which bring the real relaxation and excite us? More and mo... Read >
Author: abraxas

Introduction to Microsoft .NET Technology

12th September 2006
In 2000, Microsoft announced its .NET software environment, a new addition to Windows. The .NET ("dot - net") environment is effectively a "virtual computer" that runs on a real computer, with the advantage that any program written for it will run on any ... Read >
Author: Ratko Carevic

Travel Tips for Bus Travel between Arusha to Dar es Salaam

15th May 2006
To travel from Arusha to Dar es Salaam is easiest by air, however, this will cost about US$200 per person. The cheapest alternative is to travel by bus, which is never advised by tour operators. However, it need not be a nightmare as there are some good c... Read >
Author: Ian Williamson

The Features of a Travel Brochure

11th May 2006
We all know for a fact that brochures play a vital role in helping a company gain new customers while maintaining the old ones. It is also known to help a business in attracting future prospects and help the business grow. The brochure speaks well... Read >
Author: John Smith

How to Become a Travel Agent in 24 Hours

19th August 2005
The travel industry has been going through some significant changes over the last few years. Mom and Pop travel agencies are quickly being replaced by online booking engines like Orbitz or Travelocity.But there is one problem: 80% of all vacations are tak... Read >
Author: Brian Allen
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