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TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICES



TOURIST COMPANIES

Active Vocabulary

airport association attractive body competitor to earn free-lancer full-time high season low season off-season outlet painstaking part-time to promote reason reasonable rewarding sales outlet to sort out store to suck in tourist board tourist information centre tourist information office аэропорт ассоциация привлекательный орган конкурент зарабатывать внештатный работник, представитель свободной профессии, «свободный художник» полный рабочий день, штатно сезон, высокий сезон несезон, низкий сезон мертвый сезон точка розничного сбыта трудоемкий, тяжелый неполный рабочий день, внештатно продвигать (на рынок) причина разумный, резонный благодарный розничная точка сбыта, розничная торговая точка разбираться магазин всасывать, впитывать, вбирать туристский совет туристский информационный центр туристское информационное представительство

 

DIALOGUE: SORTING OUT COMPANIES IN TOURISM

Student 1: Now, with your help I understand better what I want to do in tourism business. But I still want to know more. I don't quite understand what kind of companies there are in tourism.
Student 2: That's a reasonable question! There are a lot of different companies that deal with tourism and travel.
Student 1: Frankly speaking, I know just travel agencies. Are there any other tourist companies?
Student 2: But of course! There are travel agencies and tour operators, tourist boards and tourist information centres, national tourist organizations...
Student 1: There are some travel departments in big stores. What kind of companies are they?
Student 2: Many tourist companies have got sales outlets. They have got such outlets in big hotels, airports, big stores or factories.
Student 1: Factories? Do you mean to say there are travel agencies in factories?
Student 2: Exactly! Don't you see the reason?..
Student 1: I guess, there are a lot of employees there who travel for pleasure and on business.
Student 2: Absolutely! The idea is to bring a sales outlet closer to the customers. Another idea is not to let competitors do it before you.
Student 1: How very smart! Now what kind of company is a tourist board?
Student 2: It is a government body which promotes tourism to its country throughout the world or in a certain part of the world. As for the national tourist organization, it is a body which represents a group of national companies in the tourist business.
Student 1: You are so knowledgeable! And what sort of company is a tourist information office?
Student 2: As the name suggests, it is an office which gives information to tourists.
Student 1: I hear there are also national associations of travel agents in many countries. What are those?
Student 2: Those are main trade associations of travel agents and tour operators of a country.
Student 1: What sort of companies do guides and guides-interpreters work for, I wonder?
Student 2: As a matter of fact, they don’t work for any travel company full-time. They are free-lancers. They work part-time.
Student 1: That sounds very attractive to me! You earn your money but you still have your freedom!
Student 2: It is not as simple as it seems to you. You earn your money when you've got some work to do in high season. But you don't earn any money when there is no work in low or off-season.
Student 1: A hard game to play!
Student 2: That's obvious! I would say it's a painstaking but a rewarding job. Those who start can hardly stop doing it. It sucks you in!


SUBSTITUTION DRILL

Practise

1. I don't quite understand what kind of companies there are in tourism.

businesses

jobs

occupations

employees

careers

carriers

2. That's a reasonable question!

smart

clever

thought-provoking

delicate

tough

hard

3. There are a lot of different companies that deal with tourism.

travel

hospitality

sales

catering

accommodation

entertainment

4. Frankly speaking, I know just travel agencies.

tourist boards

tourist information centres

tourist information offices

trade companies

trade associations

tour operators

5. What kind of companies are they?

businesses

employees

associations

boards

bodies

free-lancers

6. Do you mean to say there are travel agencies in factories?

travel companies    airports

sales outlets           big stores

trade companies     terminals

travel departments fine stores

trade centres          big ports

stores                     ports

7. Don't you see the reason?

your interest

your profit

the cause

your future

the benefit

the better side

8. The idea is to bring a sales outlet to the customers.

to receive extensive tutoring

to get extensive education

to take on a job

to choose a career

to get a degree in tourism

to find a rewarding job


9. What sort of company is a tourist information office?

a tourist information centre

a tourist board

a travel agency

a tour operator

a national tourist organization

an advertising agency

10. What sort of companies do guides work for, I wonder?

interpreters

guides-interpreters

animators

social directors

ticket agents

booking agents

11. As the name suggests, it is an office which gives information to tourists.

travellers

excursionists

day-trippers

holiday-makers

vacationers

visitors

12. As a matter of fact, they don't work for any travel company full-time.

tourist

tourism and travel

trade

public

private

business

13. It is not as simple as it seems to you.

easy

plain

fast

quick

rewarding

safe

14. I would say it's a painstaking job.

rewarding

demanding

tough

hard

thought-provoking

captivating

15. Those who start can hardly stop doing it.

quit doing it

give up doing it

refuse doing it

put off doing it

imagine doing another job

fancy doing another job

16. It sucks you in.

Travelling

Touring

Guiding

Tour operating

Business

Tourist business




ACTIVE VOCABULARY

advantage advice airlines air ticket article attraction billboard branch to branch out booklet car hire chain charter climate coach coaching coaching tour cruising tour the Customs department store disadvantage to employ escort ferry folder free of charge guide book head office holiday centre inclusive tour in-coming tourism independent leisure centre licence, license (US) located luggage magazine major market research manual office site to order outlet permanent permission  poster  to publish  to put together (put, put)  rack  receipt  research  to service  shipping company  subject  tax  terminal  timetable  tourist product  travel clerk  travel shop travellogue  up-to-date преимущество совет авиакомпания авиабилет статья достопримечательность афиша филиал разветвляться, образовывать филиалы буклет прокат автомобилей цепь (турагентств, гостиниц) чартер климат туристский автобус путешествия на автобусе автобусный тур круизный тур таможня универмаг недостаток принимать на работу сопровождающий паром раскладывающийся буклет, проспект, брошюра бесплатно путеводитель головной офис центр отдыха, дом отдыха инклюзив-тур, комплексный тур въездной туризм независимый, самостоятельный, индивидуальный центр отдыха, центр досуга лицензия расположенный багаж журнал крупный маркетинговые исследования, изучение рынка справочник, справочный материал, учебное пособие, руководство местонахождение офиса, офисное здание заказывать торговая точка, рынок сбыта, сток постоянный разрешение плакат издавать комплектовать стеллаж, стенд, стойка квитанция исследования обслуживать судоходная компания, транспортная компания тема налог здание (аэропорта, вокзала) расписание туристский продукт служащий туристской компании магазин путешествий, турагентство каталог путешествий современный, новейший


TEXTS



TOUR OPERATORS

Tour operators are tourist companies which develop and put together tour packages.

Tour operators do market research. They promote their tours and advertise them. Tour operators publish colourful brochures, booklets and travellogues.

Tour operators sell tour packages wholesale to travel agencies or sometimes direct to the public.

There are tour operators which also act like travel agencies. They produce and sell their products themselves.

There are independent tour operators. But among tour operators there are major airlines and shipping companies.

There are large tour operators, such as Thomas Cook & Sons Company or American Express Company. Thomas Cook is the oldest tour operator in the world.

TRAVEL AGENCIES

Travel agencies are retail tourist companies which work directly with the public. Travel agencies are often called travel shops where customers buy different tourist products.

Travel agencies sell tour operators’ tour packages and individual tourist services. Among tour packages there are inclusive tours, charter inclusive tours and inclusive tours with an excursion. Travel agencies also sell coaching tours and cruising tours.

Travel agencies form groups of tourists who take part in ready-made prepaid tours. They also make individual travel arrangements.

Among separate tourist services there are air tickets, train tickets, boat or ferry tickets, hotel rooms, car rentals, sightseeing tours, services of a guide or a guide-interpreter. Travel agencies also offer travel insurances and theatre tickets to their customers.

Large travel agencies branch out and have got branches and outlets within a city, a region, a country or all over the world.

There are large travel agencies which are members of a chain. A chain is a group of agencies which belong to the same company. In this case they often have the word «Group» in their names, for instance, Barry Martin Group or Blue Heart Travel Group. Usually such travel agencies act as tour operators as well.

 

TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICES

Tourist information offices are also called tourist information centres. Sometimes they are called visitor information centres.

There are tourist information offices at major airports, railway stations, hotels, holiday or leisure centres and many tourist attractions.

Tourist information offices have got office clerks who give and advise to customers on car hire, sightseeing and other coach tours, accommodations, flights and so on. The clerks also give city orientations to guests.

Tourist information office clerks answer a lot of phone calls and give information on passports and visas, the Customs and luggage, weather and climate, city public transport and food service.

The office clerks speak foreign languages fluently because they deal with many international travellers.

There are usually racks full of city maps and guide books, booklets and folders, travellogues and timetables, billboards and posters in tourist information offices. Travellers get most of them free of charge.

 

TOURIST OUTLETS

Many large travel companies have got a lot of outlets within a city, a region, a country or throughout the world. An outlet is a point of sales of a company. There are outlets of travel agencies, airlines, car hire companies, coaching and cruising companies.

There are travel agency outlets in hotels, airport terminals, railway stations, big department stores, at large factories and plants, and in office sites.

If a travel company has got an outlet at a factory or in an office building, it means that it serves employees of those companies. Such an outlet provides the same services as other outlets and the head office of the travel company. It means that offers and prices are the same in all outlets.

There is usually just one travel clerk at a sales outlet. He or she does all the work. He or she answers phone calls, meets customers in person, works on the computer, does paperwork. This clerk makes bookings, issues and sells tickets, collects money and gives receipts. Of course, the clerk keeps in touch with the head office and knows all the up-to-date information on tours and tickets.

FREE-LANCERS

There are people in tourism who work for themselves. They are called free-lancers. They don't work full-time for any tourist company. They work part-time or in high season only. They don't work in low and off-season.

Among freelancers there are guides, guides-interpreters, escorts, animators, travel writers. Tourist companies employ them for seasonal work. Cruising companies, resort hotels and holiday centres employ animators for summer high season. Travel agencies which deal with in-coming tourism employ guides, guides-interpreters, escorts. Travel writers offer their articles to magazines and newspapers when they wish to. Often magazines order special articles on tourist subjects from travel writers.

Free-lancers are registered. It means that, on the one hand, they have got licences. Licences prove their qualifications and give them permission to work. On the other hand, if they are registered, they pay taxes.

Freelancers are, as a rule, members of professional associations.

In high season free-lancers earn a lot of money. In low and off-season they don't earn any money at all or do some other job. Teachers work as freelance guides. Students work as escorts. Actors work as animators. Travel writers are often permanent freelancers.



VOCABULARY DRILL

I. Match up:

1) market 2) tour 3) tourist 4) travel 5) inclusive 6) guide 7) office 8) department a) board b) tour c) book d) research e) site f) package g) store h) insurance

VI. Fill in the blanks:

free-lancers sales outlets travellogues inclusive tours air tickets racks airlines high season arrangements advice a chain research licenses receipts taxes

1. Tour operators publish colourful _____ .

2. There are _____ and shipping companies among major tour operators.

3. Tourist information office clerks give _____ to customers on passports and visas, luggage and the Customs.

4. Travel agencies make individual travel _____ .

5. A sales outlet clerk sells tickets and tours, collects money and gives _____ herself.

6. People who work for themselves are called _____ .

7. Tour operators always do market _____ when they develop tours.

8. There are _____ among tour operators' products.

9. _____ give free-lancers a permission to work.

10. There are _____ with booklets and folders at travel agencies and their outlets.

11. Free-lancers are registered and they pay _____ .

12. Major tourist companies branch out and have _____ .

13. Some tourist companies are members of _____ .

14. There are hotel rooms, train and _____ among separate tourist services.

  1. Most free-lancers work in _____ .


GRAMMAR DRILLS

THERE IS ... / THERE ARE

+ a // some

? Any

- not any // no

+ There is a folder on the rack. ? Is there any folder on the rack? - There is not (isn't) any folder on the rack. There is no folder on the rack. + There are some folders on the rack. ? Are there any folders on the rack? - There are not (aren't) any folders on the rack. There are no folders on the rack.

MODELS:

+ There is an outlet here. ? Is there any outlet here? - There isn't any outlet here. There is no outlet here. + There are some outlets here. ? Are there any outlets here? - There aren't any outlets here. There are no outlets here.

1. There is a travel clerk in this sales outlet.

2. There are some discounts in low season.

3. There is a new travellogue in our office.

4. There are some articles on tourism in this magazine.

5. There is a travel agency in our town.

6. There are some tourist attractions in this tourist destination.

7. There is a tourist information office at the railway station.

8. There is a car rental company at the hotel.

9. There are some English-speaking tourists in the group.

10. There are some timetables on the desk.

11. There are some folders on the rack.

12. There is a city map on the shelf

II. Make up alternative questions:

MODELS:

V. Open the brackets:

1. There (to be) some major tour operators in this country.

2. There (to be) a tour operator in this destination.

3. There (to be) a folder, a thick travellogue and some timetables on the desk.

4. There (to be) some timetables, a thick travellogue and a folder on the desk.

5. (to be) there any tourist companies in your city?

6. There (not to be) any travel consultant in our tourist company.

7. There (not to be) any booking agents in their travel agency.

8. (to be) there any escort with this tour group?

9. (to be) there any new tour packages to London in your agency?

10. There (to be) no up-to-date information on air tickets here.

11. What (to be) there in your receipt?

12. What kind of discounts (to be) there this season?

13. Why (to be) there so many discounts?

14. How many travel clerks (to be) there in your tourist information office?

VI. Translate from Russian into English:

1. 1. В этом универмаге находится точка розничного сбыта туристской компании. Здесь есть какие-нибудь брошюры и каталоги путешествий? Здесь нет толстых каталогов, но имеется несколько раскладывающихся проспектов.

2. В вашем городе есть какие-либо туристские достопримечательности? – У нас в городе имеется выставка и несколько музеев. – Какие музеи у вас в городе? – В городе есть два художественных музея.

3. Что находится на стеллажах у них в офисе? Там есть расписание на летний сезон? – На стеллажах находится много бесплатных брошюр. Но там нет новейшего расписания.

4. Сколько служащих в этой туристской компании? – В этой компании имеется менеджер, несколько турагентов и бухгалтер. – Сколько у них гидов и сопровождающих? – Там нет гидов и сопровождающих. Менеджер нанимает их на работу только н высокий сезон.

5. Что имеется в новом каталоге путешествий? – Там несколько новых инклюзив-туров и информация об отдельных услугах. – Есть ли какие-нибудь скидки? – Есть скидки на детей до 12 лет. На взрослых туристов никаких скидок нет.

6. В вашем туристском центре имеется аэропорт, не так ли? – Нет, вы ошибаетесь. Здесь нет аэропорта, но недалеко от нашего курорта имеются речной порт и автобусная станция. – В порту нет представительства вашей туристской компании, не правда ли? – Нет, есть.

TOURIST COMPANIES

Active Vocabulary

airport association attractive body competitor to earn free-lancer full-time high season low season off-season outlet painstaking part-time to promote reason reasonable rewarding sales outlet to sort out store to suck in tourist board tourist information centre tourist information office аэропорт ассоциация привлекательный орган конкурент зарабатывать внештатный работник, представитель свободной профессии, «свободный художник» полный рабочий день, штатно сезон, высокий сезон несезон, низкий сезон мертвый сезон точка розничного сбыта трудоемкий, тяжелый неполный рабочий день, внештатно продвигать (на рынок) причина разумный, резонный благодарный розничная точка сбыта, розничная торговая точка разбираться магазин всасывать, впитывать, вбирать туристский совет туристский информационный центр туристское информационное представительство

 

DIALOGUE: SORTING OUT COMPANIES IN TOURISM

Student 1: Now, with your help I understand better what I want to do in tourism business. But I still want to know more. I don't quite understand what kind of companies there are in tourism.
Student 2: That's a reasonable question! There are a lot of different companies that deal with tourism and travel.
Student 1: Frankly speaking, I know just travel agencies. Are there any other tourist companies?
Student 2: But of course! There are travel agencies and tour operators, tourist boards and tourist information centres, national tourist organizations...
Student 1: There are some travel departments in big stores. What kind of companies are they?
Student 2: Many tourist companies have got sales outlets. They have got such outlets in big hotels, airports, big stores or factories.
Student 1: Factories? Do you mean to say there are travel agencies in factories?
Student 2: Exactly! Don't you see the reason?..
Student 1: I guess, there are a lot of employees there who travel for pleasure and on business.
Student 2: Absolutely! The idea is to bring a sales outlet closer to the customers. Another idea is not to let competitors do it before you.
Student 1: How very smart! Now what kind of company is a tourist board?
Student 2: It is a government body which promotes tourism to its country throughout the world or in a certain part of the world. As for the national tourist organization, it is a body which represents a group of national companies in the tourist business.
Student 1: You are so knowledgeable! And what sort of company is a tourist information office?
Student 2: As the name suggests, it is an office which gives information to tourists.
Student 1: I hear there are also national associations of travel agents in many countries. What are those?
Student 2: Those are main trade associations of travel agents and tour operators of a country.
Student 1: What sort of companies do guides and guides-interpreters work for, I wonder?
Student 2: As a matter of fact, they don’t work for any travel company full-time. They are free-lancers. They work part-time.
Student 1: That sounds very attractive to me! You earn your money but you still have your freedom!
Student 2: It is not as simple as it seems to you. You earn your money when you've got some work to do in high season. But you don't earn any money when there is no work in low or off-season.
Student 1: A hard game to play!
Student 2: That's obvious! I would say it's a painstaking but a rewarding job. Those who start can hardly stop doing it. It sucks you in!


SUBSTITUTION DRILL

Practise

1. I don't quite understand what kind of companies there are in tourism.

businesses

jobs

occupations

employees

careers

carriers

2. That's a reasonable question!

smart

clever

thought-provoking

delicate

tough

hard

3. There are a lot of different companies that deal with tourism.

travel

hospitality

sales

catering

accommodation

entertainment

4. Frankly speaking, I know just travel agencies.

tourist boards

tourist information centres

tourist information offices

trade companies

trade associations

tour operators

5. What kind of companies are they?

businesses

employees

associations

boards

bodies

free-lancers

6. Do you mean to say there are travel agencies in factories?

travel companies    airports

sales outlets           big stores

trade companies     terminals

travel departments fine stores

trade centres          big ports

stores                     ports

7. Don't you see the reason?

your interest

your profit

the cause

your future

the benefit

the better side

8. The idea is to bring a sales outlet to the customers.

to receive extensive tutoring

to get extensive education

to take on a job

to choose a career

to get a degree in tourism

to find a rewarding job


9. What sort of company is a tourist information office?

a tourist information centre

a tourist board

a travel agency

a tour operator

a national tourist organization

an advertising agency

10. What sort of companies do guides work for, I wonder?

interpreters

guides-interpreters

animators

social directors

ticket agents

booking agents

11. As the name suggests, it is an office which gives information to tourists.

travellers

excursionists

day-trippers

holiday-makers

vacationers

visitors

12. As a matter of fact, they don't work for any travel company full-time.

tourist

tourism and travel

trade

public

private

business

13. It is not as simple as it seems to you.

easy

plain

fast

quick

rewarding

safe

14. I would say it's a painstaking job.

rewarding

demanding

tough

hard

thought-provoking

captivating

15. Those who start can hardly stop doing it.

quit doing it

give up doing it

refuse doing it

put off doing it

imagine doing another job

fancy doing another job

16. It sucks you in.

Travelling

Touring

Guiding

Tour operating

Business

Tourist business




ACTIVE VOCABULARY

advantage advice airlines air ticket article attraction billboard branch to branch out booklet car hire chain charter climate coach coaching coaching tour cruising tour the Customs department store disadvantage to employ escort ferry folder free of charge guide book head office holiday centre inclusive tour in-coming tourism independent leisure centre licence, license (US) located luggage magazine major market research manual office site to order outlet permanent permission  poster  to publish  to put together (put, put)  rack  receipt  research  to service  shipping company  subject  tax  terminal  timetable  tourist product  travel clerk  travel shop travellogue  up-to-date преимущество совет авиакомпания авиабилет статья достопримечательность афиша филиал разветвляться, образовывать филиалы буклет прокат автомобилей цепь (турагентств, гостиниц) чартер климат туристский автобус путешествия на автобусе автобусный тур круизный тур таможня универмаг недостаток принимать на работу сопровождающий паром раскладывающийся буклет, проспект, брошюра бесплатно путеводитель головной офис центр отдыха, дом отдыха инклюзив-тур, комплексный тур въездной туризм независимый, самостоятельный, индивидуальный центр отдыха, центр досуга лицензия расположенный багаж журнал крупный маркетинговые исследования, изучение рынка справочник, справочный материал, учебное пособие, руководство местонахождение офиса, офисное здание заказывать торговая точка, рынок сбыта, сток постоянный разрешение плакат издавать комплектовать стеллаж, стенд, стойка квитанция исследования обслуживать судоходная компания, транспортная компания тема налог здание (аэропорта, вокзала) расписание туристский продукт служащий туристской компании магазин путешествий, турагентство каталог путешествий современный, новейший


TEXTS

TOUR OPERATORS

Tour operators are tourist companies which develop and put together tour packages.

Tour operators do market research. They promote their tours and advertise them. Tour operators publish colourful brochures, booklets and travellogues.

Tour operators sell tour packages wholesale to travel agencies or sometimes direct to the public.

There are tour operators which also act like travel agencies. They produce and sell their products themselves.

There are independent tour operators. But among tour operators there are major airlines and shipping companies.

There are large tour operators, such as Thomas Cook & Sons Company or American Express Company. Thomas Cook is the oldest tour operator in the world.

TRAVEL AGENCIES

Travel agencies are retail tourist companies which work directly with the public. Travel agencies are often called travel shops where customers buy different tourist products.

Travel agencies sell tour operators’ tour packages and individual tourist services. Among tour packages there are inclusive tours, charter inclusive tours and inclusive tours with an excursion. Travel agencies also sell coaching tours and cruising tours.

Travel agencies form groups of tourists who take part in ready-made prepaid tours. They also make individual travel arrangements.

Among separate tourist services there are air tickets, train tickets, boat or ferry tickets, hotel rooms, car rentals, sightseeing tours, services of a guide or a guide-interpreter. Travel agencies also offer travel insurances and theatre tickets to their customers.

Large travel agencies branch out and have got branches and outlets within a city, a region, a country or all over the world.

There are large travel agencies which are members of a chain. A chain is a group of agencies which belong to the same company. In this case they often have the word «Group» in their names, for instance, Barry Martin Group or Blue Heart Travel Group. Usually such travel agencies act as tour operators as well.

 

TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICES

Tourist information offices are also called tourist information centres. Sometimes they are called visitor information centres.

There are tourist information offices at major airports, railway stations, hotels, holiday or leisure centres and many tourist attractions.

Tourist information offices have got office clerks who give and advise to customers on car hire, sightseeing and other coach tours, accommodations, flights and so on. The clerks also give city orientations to guests.

Tourist information office clerks answer a lot of phone calls and give information on passports and visas, the Customs and luggage, weather and climate, city public transport and food service.

The office clerks speak foreign languages fluently because they deal with many international travellers.

There are usually racks full of city maps and guide books, booklets and folders, travellogues and timetables, billboards and posters in tourist information offices. Travellers get most of them free of charge.

 

TOURIST OUTLETS

Many large travel companies have got a lot of outlets within a city, a region, a country or throughout the world. An outlet is a point of sales of a company. There are outlets of travel agencies, airlines, car hire companies, coaching and cruising companies.

There are travel agency outlets in hotels, airport terminals, railway stations, big department stores, at large factories and plants, and in office sites.

If a travel company has got an outlet at a factory or in an office building, it means that it serves employees of those companies. Such an outlet provides the same services as other outlets and the head office of the travel company. It means that offers and prices are the same in all outlets.

There is usually just one travel clerk at a sales outlet. He or she does all the work. He or she answers phone calls, meets customers in person, works on the computer, does paperwork. This clerk makes bookings, issues and sells tickets, collects money and gives receipts. Of course, the clerk keeps in touch with the head office and knows all the up-to-date information on tours and tickets.

FREE-LANCERS

There are people in tourism who work for themselves. They are called free-lancers. They don't work full-time for any tourist company. They work part-time or in high season only. They don't work in low and off-season.

Among freelancers there are guides, guides-interpreters, escorts, animators, travel writers. Tourist companies employ them for seasonal work. Cruising companies, resort hotels and holiday centres employ animators for summer high season. Travel agencies which deal with in-coming tourism employ guides, guides-interpreters, escorts. Travel writers offer their articles to magazines and newspapers when they wish to. Often magazines order special articles on tourist subjects from travel writers.

Free-lancers are registered. It means that, on the one hand, they have got licences. Licences prove their qualifications and give them permission to work. On the other hand, if they are registered, they pay taxes.

Freelancers are, as a rule, members of professional associations.

In high season free-lancers earn a lot of money. In low and off-season they don't earn any money at all or do some other job. Teachers work as freelance guides. Students work as escorts. Actors work as animators. Travel writers are often permanent freelancers.



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