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    of cruise ships. With an estimated 18 billion dollars in revenue per year, the cruise ship industry is the fastest growing tourism-based industry in the world (Johnson, D., 2002). Although this industry claims to reduce, reuse, research, re-educate, and recycle, there is a growing concern about the impacts of cruise pollution and the social impacts on the local human communities (Dowling, R., 2006). FINISH ON THESIS THAT ORDERS PARAGRAPHS TOPIC SENTENCE When passengers unload from a cruise ship

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    the problem. On February 10, 2013 at 0530, Carnival Cruise ship Triumph suffered a fire in the aft engine room leaving the ship drifting in the Gulf of Mexico. The ship was running on generators with minimal power throughout the ship. The ship, which was on the third day of a four-night Western Caribbean cruise from Galveston, had 3,143 passengers and 1,086 crew crewmembers onboard ("Carnival Triumph Fire Q&A - Carnival Cruise Lines - Cruise Critic," n.d.). Explain why the problem is important

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    Princess Cruises History

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    Princess Cruises’ history - rich. The first sail of Princess cruises was on December 3, 1965 where it sailed en-route to Mexico on Princess Patricia. As the years went by, trends changed and so did the needs and wants of vacationers. Since its inception in 1965, Princess Cruises has been ever-changing, to suit these needs and wants of not only its current group of customers, but also potential passengers. In 1969, Princess Italia began its first Alaska cruise. As time went on, Princess Cruises’ concepts

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    Dream Vacation Jim Hawkins from the book “Treasure Island,” is going on a cruise around the Caribbean because of his sense of adventure, and the thousands of explorable islands within the Caribbean. Day 1 7:00 AM Wake up, take a shower, eat breakfast, and then grab a suitcase and start to pack up. Grab enough clothing to last 5 days, and some formal shirts for higher end restaurants. Also bring swimwear, since the ship has a swimming pool. 9:00 AM Grab your bags and your ticket, then drive to

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    such as excursions, spa therapy, business and wedding events. The hotel sector relies wholly on customer satisfaction, disposable income and leisure time. Many other businesses in the hospitality industry are linked with hotels such as, airlines, cruise ships and restaurants. The Hyatt Regency Trinidad is a luxury waterfront hotel situated in the midst of Port of Spain, within close proximity to desired amenities for tourist and

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    Life of Pi film analysis I found the movie, Life of Pi, very beautiful. The richness of all the colors of the trees, the animals, the ocean, all of it was just beautiful. Not only was the quality of the visuals amazing but they also took what you would think would be the most boring story you could think of, a guy on a boat for 227 days with nothing to do but survive, and made it an action packed film that kept you on the edge of your seat the entire length of the movie. I give props for taking

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    Xenophobia In Hawaiians

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    The Hawaiian Islands has this image of being the perfect vacation destination for people all around the world. The island’s welcoming “aloha” culture is very popular and spoken of around the world. Yet, lately not only native Hawaiians live there, many tourists visit all year long and many families and businessmen decided to move and live there as well. This makes the island diversified and multicultural. Through the years, many waves of immigrations took place and more non-locals began living in

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    Memoir Writing I used to live in a place known for its glamourous coast and stunning terrain. When I was still a toddler I took a plane to Australia, not knowing that it will be my home for four years. When I first arrived in Australia, I was amazed by the beautiful beaches and unique wildlife it had to offer. Throughout the 4 years I lived in a small house near the Gold Coast with my family. My neighborhood was situated on a hill, nevertheless it was filled with a loving and peaceful community

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    Guide to Planning Your Tokyo Disney Family Vacations (travel with kids, vacation, family vacation packages) Why Visit Tokyo Disney Tokyo, Japan is one of today's finest travel destinations. Tourists from around the world visit Tokyo for its gardens, imperial palaces, food and culture. And although Disney parks may be found in many parts of the world, a visit to Tokyo Disney Resort can be a whole new experience for you and your family. Your family will definitely love Tokyo Disney's expansive theme

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    Nowadays hospitality and tourism industry is one of the main industry in this world. A lot of people need a place to escape from their routines or even just to stay overnight as they having a business trip to other places. We call these people as customer or guest. Human mobility from one place to another , both in the country and from and abroad is very high. Human mobility is not only related to business activities but also recretional activities.To be sucessful in this industry we need a lot of

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    Parrothead  or Parrot Head is a commonly used nickname for fans of Jimmy Buffett. Origin of the Term "Parrot Head" The term Parrothead was coined during a Jimmy Buffett concert at the Timberwolf Ampitheater outside Cincinnati, Ohio. At that show, Jimmy commented about everyone wearing Hawaiian shirts and parrot hats who keep coming back to see his shows, just like Deadheads. Timothy B. Schmit, a current member of the Coral Reefer Band and a former member of both Poco and The Eagles, coined

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    Descriptive Vacation

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    Traveling is something many families want to experience, especially ones with children. Unfortunately, the difficult part of planning a vacation can be deciding where to travel. One place that offers the perfect mix of entertainment for all ages is Orlando. There are plenty of beautiful beaches nearby, but the fun doesn’t stop there. Orlando has numerous theme parks and attractions located in or near the city, including Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld. In or near the city you will also

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    Tourism Benefits

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    Over the past few decades, tourism has experienced the sustained growth and deepening ‎diversification to become one of the fastest growing economic sectors over the world. Nowadays, the business volume of tourism can be said to be equals to or even surpasses the business volume of food products, automobiles or oil exports. Tourism plays an important role in almost every country due to it has a greater impact on the development of country economy. The main benefits of tourism are creating extra money

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    Introduction Tourism in Hawaii has expanded widely throughout the years and has affected Native Hawaiians and their culture in many ways. According to Business Insider, Hawaii is number ten on their most popular states to visit list. It also ranks as sixth in the world in tourist visits according to the Environmental Justice Atlas on their topic of “Tourism and Indigenous”. However, there have been reports from Native Hawaiians that Hawaii is not the paradise state many tourists claim it to

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    Summer vacations are so popular that more families and couples are interested in taking one. When choosing your desired summer vacation destination, there are actually many factors and options you need to consider first. Summer vacations are so popular that each year a large number of families or/and couples would be interested to take one. There are actually numerous ways to help you to make your reservations for that fabulous summer vacation. Before packing for your summer vacation, you should

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    Being very fortunate to travel, my wife and I decided to traveo to Hawaii. It was our first trip to that paradisaical place. The experience was fabulous from the very beginning. We flew to the island, and before the plane could land, we were amazed at beautiful blue and clarity of the sea. As we reached towards the beach we were able to see the bottom of the ocean. After landing in the island of Oahu, the first impression we had was that the island looked like paradise. Perhaps even the paradise

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    If I had a ticket to go anywhere, I would travel to Hawaii because It is like no place on earth and I have not once actually been in a real ocean. It has been an ambition of mine because I always wanted to learn how to surf. Hawaii is considered a paradise for vacations. Thousands of attractions all over the island. Amazing culture and food on the mainland’s of Maui and Oahu. This ticket will open me up into a world of wonderment that I have never seen before. Once arrived there I would unpack

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    It is surprising how one bad day can change a man; one bad realization could turn a simple existence corrupt and twisted, leaving behind the shell of a man who once was if anything at all. I sat back on my leather chair, brooding, pondering existence almost, and looking through the window of my office. One may walk into my office and admire a beautiful full-sea view of a sparkling Los Angeles sea, kissing the sky in the far distance at the horizon, with a wide array of greenery spread far and wide

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    This factor may affect the disappearance incidents and can cause the ships and planes never be found. C. The Gulf Stream. The place where the triangle exactly located is quite dangerous because of the wave are extremely swift and turbulent. It has superpower to throw away huge objects very easily due to the speed of water flow and also the depth of the stream. Other than this, It also can erase all the evidence about the ship or planes very

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    Nantucket in Massachusetts were well on their way to becoming some of the richest towns in America. However these profits were at the expense of their own men, who left their families for years of arduous labor, resulting in meager pay. Life aboard a whale ship was extremely dangerous due to diseases, starvation, and the act of catching and processing a whale. Prolonged time in the ocean caused many whalers to become sick with scurvy, making their lives at sea difficult. Scurvy is a disease one contracts

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