Thomas Cook: the founder’s good intentions have become an exorbitant burden of responsibility for his followers
On the eve of world tourism day, one of its pioneers, the British tour operator Thomas Cook, left the market…
Among the reasons for its bankruptcy were not only debt and fierce competition, but also politics and even climate change.
The founder of the company, cook, believed that if the railway offered cheaper fares, it would allow more people from a lower class to travel, and thus people would drink less, use less drugs, and reach more for knowledge and education. he tried to make travel easier, cheaper, and safer
Thomas Cook has a long and colorful history. Continue reading
Tourists associate Egypt with diving, pyramids, and the all-inclusive system, but the country is much more interesting and multifaceted…
Egypt has a history of 5,000 years. On the border of the 4th and 3rd millennia BC, the first inhabitants built homes on land along the Nile.
Today, Egypt is home to about 100 million people, among whom only 2-3% are considered to be well-off.
One of the items of income in Egypt is tourism, the profit is brought by ships crossing the Suez canal, as well as the sale of cotton, fruit and vegetables, and oil. Continue reading