WHAT I DID : The most awaited summer was after I graduated from Jai Hind College Mumbai, pursing a degree in Mass Media, specializing in Journalism. My dream after college was to live in the mountains. In December 2017, seven months before graduation I had a conversation with my dad : Me : "Dad after… Continue reading Summer After Graduation
Tourism is a massive industry and an important part of many countries economies. It can provide valuable employment and lift countless people out of poverty. However it also has many downsides.
By Jett Walcott, former customer and volunteer of HET
Tourism is a massive industry and an important part of many countries economies. It can provide valuable employment and lift countless people out of poverty. However it also has many downsides. Tourism, if not practiced carefully, can lead to the destruction of the natural environment as well as the marginalization of the local communities. This is happening in many countries around the world but it doesn’t have to be this way. Through practicing sustainable responsible tourism we can preserve our beautiful natural environment and provide a source of income to the local communities struggling to survive in the modernising world. This is the type of tourism I experienced when I travelled to India in 2018.
When I first arrived in India I travelled to many of the tourist hotspots and marvelled at the majestic architecture and exquisite temples. I walked through…
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The baggage, the looks that come long when you tell people you're unemployed is *answer it yourself*
Everyone says the same thing in different words.
You would do anything not to skip working. Don’t believe me, well I’m not the only one that thinks that way. Take a look.
Do your own thing. Things will work out in the end