AW: [TdC] Re: Worst Tristan Travel Article of the Year
- Bob, the article may well be the worst ever; the average tourists, however, are by-and-large stupid enough to swallow that sort of "information" happily. Hence, in order to create a business, the guy did the most approriate thing he possibly could do.Wolfgang-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]Im Auftrag von dflaat
Gesendet: Montag, 28. April 2008 16:38
Betreff: [TdC] Re: Worst Tristan Travel Article of the Year
Bob, How about worst travel article about Tristan of the Decade!
But Certainly the most misinformed article of the year. I wonder what
kind of special drinks the Albatross Bars serve??
--- In tristan-da-cunha@ yahoogroups. com, "Bob Conrich" <bob@...>
> http://tinyurl. com/4letcx
> Tristan da Cunha symbolizes a group of volcanic islands which is
> located in the South Atlantic ocean. The four main islands of the
> Tristan da Cunha are Gough, Inaccessible, Nightingale and Tristan.
> This place is a good for tourists. If you are fond of mountains,
> this is a good place for you to visit as there are mountainous hills
> with volcanic areas.
> Queen Mary's peak is the highest peak .The volcanoes are covered
> snow during the winter. Edinburgh is the capital city of Tristan da
> Cunha.It is no doubt a tourist visiting place. There is a small
> post office and an administrative office over here. There are also
> some local crafts shops, a museum and a large super market where all
> kinds of local brands are available and hence customers are found
> rushing here.
> If you want to go to a wild life reserve then Gough Island would be
> fun for you to visit. It is considered as the UNESCO's world
> sight. Lovers of wild life will like this island as all kinds of sea
> birds migrate here. Mount Argus, Mount Rowett, Sea Hawkins Bay and
> Elephant Bay are the places where tourists can visit. Here you will
> able to see the natural sights and sceneries.
> There is a tendency for people to visit only those places which have
> got a well recognised name and fame and other remote places tend to
> get neglected. But these places are full of natural surroundings and
> have got beautiful locations which might not be viewed by many
> tourists as the areas aren't very popular. The island is circular in
> shape and arises out of the ocean. Its diameter is 10 kilometres.
> valleys appear as though they run out of the central peak. There are
> some green fields where the locals of this area grow potatoes.
> Fishing, especially crayfish is the islander's main source of
> The people are very welcoming and friendly by nature. They give a
> welcome to the visitors. The clear blue seas contain fresh water and
> the tourists like nothing more than to swim in the sea during the
> summer months and then lie soaking up the sun on the pristine white
> sands. There are some cafes and albatross bars which have all kinds
> alcoholic drinks. The island store has plenty of food and drinks
> is a good pastime for the visitors. The island has temperate and
> oceanic weather conditions.
> The island is becoming more popular with families looking to stay in
> holiday home rentals. Many now stay in a holiday villa that they
> during their family holiday.
> Author Resource:- Andrew Gibson is MD of Direct Holiday Bookings. It
> is one of the fastest growing on line holiday home rental
> see an example of why Direct Holiday Bookings is growing so rapidly
> have a look at Villas for holidays in Tristan Da Cunha.
> http://www.directho lidaybookings. co.uk/
> [Not recommended. Bob]