Do not rush to line out such definition as barter. As practice shows, this kind of mutually beneficial exchange can be well fitted even in the 21st century. Thus, in New York for attending fitness club one can pay by cleaning and preparing the premises, in one of French restaurants it is possible to have meals for dishwashing, and in Scotland – to get discounted accommodation for job at the bookstore. New way of barter from Transylvania is a bit bloody in nature but serves completely humane purposes.
A long ago we selected 5 best travel and tourism commercials ever. Of course each person means something its by “best”. That time we selected funny videos. Now we represent the most exiting travel commercials, where you will enjoy each scene, each sound, each effect the creators used. We think the such picturesque videos motivate people to tore away their… bodies away from chairs and pack their cases.
The average Brit spends 11 days of annual leave on their summer holiday mostly with an organized tour group… full of annoying people. The research, which was commissioned by TeletextHolidays.co.uk, examined British behavior abroad. Along with ‘Insane Instagrammers’ who continuously photograph restaurant dishes and bar drinks; children playing loud tablet games and people with selfie-sticks are the top reasons which can ruin the holiday mood.
If you’ve been to Times Square in New York in the last decade, you’ve probably seen the “Naked Cowboy”. In all kinds of weather, he’s out there strumming a guitar and getting bills for letting tourists take a photo with him. His real name is Robert Burck and he is a very business-minded guy. His nickname “Naked Cowboy” is a registered trademark and he sells franchise to other cities. But now the big NY’s tourist attraction in underwear is ornery because a “Naked Cowgirl” has moved into his territory.
Whole countries and cities turn themselves inside out to get more tourists and their money. One of the weapons targeted on travel fans is TV commercial. Travel associations and government bodies of some sunny countries spend a lot of money for creative advertisement hoping for future incomes from their travel industries. Will those efforts be worthwhile only time can tell. Let’s see best examples of travel and tourism commercials ever.