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Futures of tourism

More rights for locals

By 4. August 2021No Comments

Who am I?

I am an African American woman from Vancouver who works as a home healthcare provider. I enjoy long walks on the beach and candlelight dinners, capoeira and WhatsApp, nude beaches and loud music.

Why am I interested in tourism?

I have travelled a bit in the past and would love to do it again. I’m excited about languages, and cultures that show us one another’s values, and beliefs.

Dear friend,

I’m assuming you’re a well meaning person so I will address you as such.

I’d like there to be better working conditions for those in healthcare, and in engineering.

I’d like there to be a more stable approach to providing low income people a way to a better future through education.

– Original version: English –

Wishes and hopes behind the image of the future:

1. “For the future of tourism I hope that…

people who have rights to the land are given choices, asked permission and showcased in a well meaning environment.

2. “If I could wish for anything at all, I would…

have a better understanding on why capitalism has influenced people’s ability to get wealthy.

3. “If I were a powerful politician, I would…

have a more streamlined access to healthcare for those who are working and paying taxes.

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