Tourists and travelers come and go . Exchanges of many kind happen with each interaction directly or indirectly . But what is most important is whether their respective needs get fulfilled or not.
In the developing economy of ours , the poor part is craving for money flow and Tourism offers them some relief . The tourism watch dogs are looking through the map for the places which serve them a “THALI “ ( a little bit of everything in an affordable price).
India –INCREDIBLE IN EVERY SENSE ,has really got a thali in place but then the ineffective set ups (logistics , inaccessible sort after places and good government initiatives ) , the root businesses still holding on to selling concept and the locals attitude to slice the goats visiting on their own, is making the guests uncomfortable even while sitting back at home, thinking over whether they should try to pay a visit to this country or postpone it for future retrospection .
The virtual world has really got the people very close . You can feel yourself in a country’s roads, just by going over the feedback of the already traveled consumers.
Looking from the locals perspective, a guest means double the money they generally charge and a big sigh to get away with the haunting thoughts of lengthy work. Their country men are offering a good tiresome bargain , so they are just asking more from the guests against what they are offering to them.
They are not cheating the guests, but just taking a little advantage of their unawareness about foreign things. But the way they do, really makes one think – are we so poor to holler after the guests, getting away with one’s pride just to make one more sell without a bargain .Well the figures do confirm the same. And these figures cry out in the global tourism platform and chase away the guests even before they think of INCREDIBLE India.
We do need one more sell , but then sellers with pride and buyers with enthusiasm !
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