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What does traveling mean to you? Is it taking the bus to a different city every day or is it a weekend trip or is jet lag or is it reading a book while getting a foot massage? In the 21- century traveling is a business. In 2018, 710 million visitors toured Europe. That is 9,2% of the whole worldâ€™s population. Tourism is not only a big business but also a huge trend in modern society. Bloggers like Drew Binsky or Yvonne Pferrer make their money by documenting an posting about their traveling. They have 375 thousand (Drew Binsky) and 1,1 million (Yvonne Pferrer) followers while a regular person has 200 - 600 followers. Society is not just interested in those travel bloggers but people want to be like them. People thrive on likes and there are even multiple websites that tell users where to travel to get the best pictures for their Instagram account. (Mass) tourism is omnipresent and the social trend of traveling supports it. The perfect example for mass tourism is the Spanish island Mallorca and the Dutch capital city Amsterdam. There were 4,5 million Germans traveling to Mallorca in 2017. Mallorca itself has only 630.000 citizens. Due to tourism Mallorca inhabits seven times more people than regularly. Not only the locals but also the island suffers under those masses. In the city of Amsterdam, locals can not get a reasonably priced apartment anymore, because professional businesses rented out the central apartments to sub rent to tourists. Yes, Amsterdam is worth seeing and experiencing. Yes, it appealing to not do anything besides the pool in a four-star hotel on Mallorca but do we really want to be responsible for locals felling pushed out of their own home and for the destruction of an island? We believe that there is a more original and unique way to travel. We would like to take you on unique journeys that you will remember all your life. We want to show you unique companies and initiatives for your traveling all over the world. We support a responsible way of traveling and visiting. Considering the many alternatives that also come with the 21.- century and its trends and technology our vision of a unique and responsible way of traveling is certainly possible. With this edition we will take you to unique and magical places all over the world.
VALUE PROPOSITION BY KEVIN VAN SCHARRENBURG
Products and services For a good overview of what a value proposition is, you need to understand the basics of the concept. Value proposition consists of three segments that are intertwined with each other. The first is products and services. Ask yourself what kind of products and services you offer to help the customers get either an emotional, functional or social job done. Rank all products and services according to how important they are for your customer. How important are these factors really to them and why?
At last there are the gain creators. Here we describe how your products and services can benefit your customers mentally and physically. Satisfied customers tend to spend more than unsatisfied customers. Try to create outcomes that your customer expects, or even go beyond their expectations and really outdo yourself.
Pain relievers Next up are the pain relievers. Outline how your products and services are valuable to the customer. What can you do to ease the customers pains? There are different factors that can affect the customers feelings. You can, for example, produce savings by creating discounts, make them feel better by assisting them in their search, put an end to difficulties and challenges your customers encounter, wipe out negative social consequences your customers faces or fears etc. Rank them. Rank each pain your products and services kill according to their intensity for your customer. Is it very intense or very light? For each pain indicate how often it occurs. This way you can eliminate negative emotions the customer might experience.
Satisfy your customers There are a lot of factors that can influence the customers well-being, If the customer is getting satisfied by visiting your enterprise through your good efforts, you are doing a good job. By making them as comfortable as possible, the chances of them spending more will increase. This all can be achieved through spending time in researching what the customer pains are and eliminating them, as well as studying how some factors actually relieve the customer pains and exploiting these pain relievers.
COOLHUNTING NOA MULDER BYBY MAARTEN VIANEN
Coolhunting as a research method If you are being asked to name a few big, well known and successful companies, the chances are that most, or even all of them make use of the research method ´coolhunting`. This is a more important way of researching then you would probably think. Once a company is successful, the main goal of a company has shifted from `getting successful´ to ´staying successful´, getting successful is at this point less important than maintaining the achieved success. Keeping customers by staying on-trend is what it is about.
Research methods Research methods are used in order to discover new information or create better understanding of a subject. This is a strategy, process or technique which utilizes everything necessary to do analysis. Coolhunting is such research method, which entails making observations and predictions. This is part of the search for cutting-edge trends. The knowledge that is gained from this is to benefit from as a company, organisation or initiative.
Application internal markets For the internal application of coolhunting, you can hang on to the same concepts as the external application. This will also bring innovation to improve a company’s performance, efficiency and creativity.
Example For example is one trend that multiple companies use nowadays was created by Google. Google gives their employees a day a week to be creative together and not focusses on other work. This way they get other insights and new ideas. The other companies took this over from Google through Coolhunting. This is an external application. Coolhunting is very broad and has many opportunities for companies, making use of the research method ‘coolhunting’ is likely to be rewarded with beneficial outcomes.
The two main applications for coolhunting are; watching external markets and unleashing internal innovation.
Application external markets To detect new trends and trendsetters you can utilize coolhunting to external markets. This is in particular beneficial to financial analysts, for market forces, consumer buying patterns and market trends to make better informed investment decisions and find new investment opportunities TOURISM MAGAZINE
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FIGHTING POVERTY WITH JEWELRY
Fair-trade jewelry at SOKO Kenya When traveling through Africa, buying the cultural handy crafts of the particular areas is a really important activity. These souvenirs are often fabrics, clothes or jewelry because these objects are characteristic for the countries that has been visited. Because of the growing interest for fair-trade projects, SOKO from Kenya thought about a way to create fair-trade, but typical African jewelry. SOKO was set up in 2009 by Joanna Maiden. All the jewelry SOKO sells are handmade and 22% of the retained revenue goes directly to the Artisans.
SOKOs initiative Even though the artisan craft sector is the second-largest employer in our developing world, it is also one of the hardest sectors to work in. A lot of individual artisans are stuck in the micro-economics of their own countries and are having a hard time to earn enough money to feed their families. People who work for SOKO earn five times more than people who work for an average artisan shop in Kenya; this makes SOKO a really outstanding and cool project. It is a unique organization that brings tourism and word development together. By giving more back to inhabitants of the third world countries, poverty will be reduced in the coming decades.
Poverty is still one of the biggest problems worldwide, so SOKO thinks it is a really important thing to work on.
A unique project As SOKO claims, people can help to improve the world by buying SOKOs products because these buyers will help Kenyan artisans to be able to feed their families. To prove that SOKO is an organization who is threating their employees right, they are B-Corp Certified. A B-Corp is an abbreviation for Benefit Corporation. This means that next to making a profit, the company has to focus on improving the state of general health or the environment. The quote of B-Corp is : â€˜Using business as a force for goodâ€™. To be even more involved with helping the environment, all employees of SOKO use mobile phones to communicate. By communication through electronic devices, a lot of paper will be saved and the communication will be a lot easier. This is the reason why all mobile phones used by the artisans are provided by SOKO. For travelers who are planning on visiting Kenya, it is a great opportunity to visit one of the Artisans who are working for SOKO. You will get a little insight on how handmade jewelry is made and how these artisans live. The artisans will be really happy to explain their work and even teach you some small tips and tricks on making typical African jewelry.
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ONCE UPON A TIME, IT STARTED RAINING INSIDE
Star attraction The ”rain vortex jewel” at Changi airport in Singapore is the biggest indoor waterfall in the world. It is the star attraction of the airport. This unique project is one of the most Instagrammed places of the world. The jewel has 10 stories and is 40 meters tall. It cascades from an oculus in the mega structure’s roof, whereupon it will stream down. The the rain-vortex refers to the vortex-shaped roof and the glass that makes it a ‘jewel’. It is designed by the renowned architect Moshe Safdie.
A dream come true When visitors enter the jewel, they might feel like they are dreaming. It is such an astonishing sight that completely overwhelms its viewers. The $1.25 billion project has done what no other buildings have done before, making the airport the destination. The jewel has a lot to offer. There are over 280 shops plus food and beverage stops. Each year there are over 66 million travelers going through Changi airport and this number is growing.
Big yellow taxi The purpose of the rain vortex jewel is to show a little bit of what Singapore has to offer at the airport so that visitors might decide to visit the city of Singapore in the future. The backstory behind this project originated from Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi”. Only this time in reverse. The Changi airport group transformed a parking lot into an indoor wonder, ‘project jewel’ as it was called at first, took over four years to construct. The rain vortex jewel is not only for travelers that visit the airport, but also for locals. People do not need a flight ticket to get through the customs and admire it. It is open for everybody and costs around $35 entrance. Changi airport is only 30 minutes away from the central business district. This causes that locals will travel to the airport to check out the jewel and perhaps catch a movie or go out for dinner.
This is because the Singapore government promotes the use of sustainable and recycled items and even gives out a bigger budget because of this. The jewel has been nominated for the 2019 world architecture festival. As the world’s biggest architecture awards program. Surrounding the jewel are even more uncommon sights to see. The jewel has multiple gardens surrounding it and inside the vortex is also a botanical garden to lay your eyes on. The airport itself contains a butterfly garden, cactus garden and a sunflower garden. The rain vortex is one of the most beautiful projects of the decade and will accumulate millions of visitors in the coming years. Therefore, some people see it as the latest world wonder and it certainly has earned its name.
The recycled jewel Most of the materials used for the jewel are recycled metals and other forms of recycled materials. TOURISM MAGAZINE
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FEEL THE RUSH AT “CHAP” Excitement, adventure and chocolate, it is like all you need on a vacation. In the Philippines this is what you get when you go to The Chocolate Hills adventure park.
Location The Chocolate Hills adventure park is located -as its name suggests- in the Chocolate Hills on the island Bohol, one of the islands of the Philippines. The Hills are the main attraction of the island. This is mainly because the fifty square kilometre area looks, in dry seasons, like it is covered with chocolate mountains. The park is an eco-tourism adventure park and has 30 activities for adults and children. With the most popular one: The ‘Rush Zipline’. The zipline is 550 meters long and almost 46 meters above the ground. You can ride the bike over the line all across to the other side. The bike is attached to the line and the person riding the bike is attached to another line to ensure the person’s safety. A quite similar, and also very popular attraction is “The Wave Runner Surf Zipline”. The first and only surfing zipline in Asia and maybe even in the world. Doing this is like surfing in the air on a hight of 70 meters. Other attractions the adventure park has are four ‘tree- top rope challenges’, mountain biking, horseback riding, a eco-hiking trail. It also provides the opportunities for weddings, conferences and teambuilding activities. It is original for its location and because it is not centred on water amusement, which is common in the Philippines. There is also no theme, besides only having adventurous activities. This makes it unique compared to other parks in the surrounding islands of the Philippines.
Cool and unique On the island are many sights, for example a forest, a museum and churches. But not many active activities to participate in. The park does have this to offer, which makes it unique. The cool aspect of the park is the amount of opportunities that it offers and the fact that it is possible for both, adults and children, to enjoy the park. The location and the exclusive attractions contribute as well of course.
Success The success of the park is defined by people who search for adventure, beautiful locations, ´Instagram-worthy’ places and a balance between rest and active activities while on vacation. These trends have a positive effect on the park its success story.
A review Reading and learning about the success of the park is useful of course but the opinions and experiences customers make are even more representative for what the park is special for. Looking for reviews this is what you can expect: “…After dismounting, the guide turns your bike in the direction where you came from… back to the start station. This time, I was thinking that maybe I can let go of the handle bars and spread my arms while in middle of the track. It was a difficult decision to make and I still had a deathly grip on the bars. No letting go! But this time, managed to smile and enjoy the ride back.” This is only one of the many positive reviews. This shows the good concept of the park and that customers enjoy their experience, which is most important.
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SPYING ON Who would not want to be like James Bond once in a while? Successfully fighting the bad guys in the world, while looking flawless in a designer suit and by the way having a hot love affair.
THE BUSINESS Guys like Ross Buchanan from Black Kilt Tours made that possible. Ross was a one-man business located in Edinburg, Scotland. Due to the Brexit he chose to retire early and move to France. But this is not supposed to be a sad Brexit- story but a window to Scotlands fantastic fantasy world. Active hiking tours, day tours, high land tours or “gay Scotland”- tours, Ross offered them all. But what does the guy in the black kilt has to do with the agent in the black suit? You may have guessed it by now. Ross could also take you on a tour following 007. You could not only follow James Bond with him though. Scotland is home to many many film sets just as Outlander, Harry Potter, World War Z, the Cloud Atlas or Black Angel. Also a part of the hype series Game of Thrones was shot in Scotland. The castle of ”Winterfell“ is really called ”Doune Castel” and is located one and a half hours north of Edinburg.
With Scotland providing the incredible visuals and Ross telling the stories, his tours are really ’cool’. Although, in consideration of his retirement Ross’ business is not future proof. His business idea, however, is future proof. Since screen entertainment is a big development and the base for many trends and hypes the movie set tours are a modern and interesting way of discovering a country. Not only the movie set tours are zeitgeisty but Ross’ tours also meet recent social movements and changes. He offers ’gay-orientedd’ city tours where he includes bars, clubs or organizations and also informs about ’gay- friendly’ hotels and businesses. Scotland is the best country in Europe for LGBT legal equality. Knowing that, it is save to say that Ross manages to pick up on trends. James Bond can probably not be called a trend anymore after 24 released movies and a total earning of $16.4 billion the men in the black suit became cult. Still, it is undeniable that the tough agent is a fascination for all generations. So next time you go on holiday in Scotland keep your eyes open for 007 because he may be not as far as you think.
Getting Down to the Theory Through Ross’ tours, tourists would get the opportunity to escape real life. If your daily life is way too real sometimes and you wanted to go back to the fairy tale world from when you were a child, Scotland itself invites you to dream, and Ross would take you for a dip into the mysteries, Scotland is so famous for. Scotlands spectacular nature and historical heritage are breathtaking itself and the fairy tails and myths are still being on believed in which takes visitors back to their own fantasy land from their childhood. visuals and Ross telling the stories, his tours are really ’cool’.
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COUNTRY ARE YOU?
IF YOU WERE A COUNTRY, WHICH COUNTRY WOULD YOU BE? This fun quiz will tell you which of our four countries you would be if you were a country. Answer all questions and find out with what country you have the most in common. You can only choose one answer per question. Behind every question you will find a number of points. Add all the points. Your end score predicts your country. *Please note that this is not a serous test but just for fun.
1. HOW TALL ARE YOU? 1. VERY TALL! 3P. 2. RATHER TALL 2P. 3. RATHER SMALL 1P. 4. VERY SMALL 4P. 2. HOW OLD ARE YOU? 1. VERY OLD 1P. 2. RATHER OLD 2P. 3. RATHER YOUNG 3P. 4. VERY YOUNG 4P. 3. DO YOU FEEL RATHER HOT OR RATHER COLD ALL THE TIME? 1. ALWAYS COLD! 1P. 2. SOMETIMES CHILLY 2P. 3. USUALLY WARM 3P. 4. ALWAYS HOT! 4P. 4. ARE YOU RELIGIOUS? 1. PROTESTANT 1P. 2. CATHOLIC 2P. 3. BUDDIST 4P. 4. ATHEIST (OR ANY OTHER RELIGION) 3P. 5. HOW MUCH MEAT DO YOU EAT? 1. A LOT 1P. 2. NORMAL AMOUNT 4P. 3. VERY LITTLE 2P. 4. NON (VEGETARIAN/ VEGAN) 3P. 6. HOW MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD? 1. 1 1P. 2. 2 4P. 3. 3 3P. 4. 4 OR MORE 2P. 7. ARE YOU A MOUNTAIN OR A BEACH PERSON? 1. DEFINETLY MOUNTAIN!!! 1P. 2. RATHER MOUNTAIN 4P. 3. RATHER BEACH 3P. 4. DEFINETLY BEACH!!! 2P.
8. IF YOU HAD TO CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING WHAT ACTIVITY WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO IN YOUR FREE-TIME? 1. OUT DOOR: HIKING, WALKING, SKI 1P. 2. SHOPPING, AMUSEMENTS PARK, MUSEUM 2P. 3. SCUBA DIVING, (WIND) SURFING 3P. 4. FOOD, BBQ 4P. 9. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ANIMAL FROM THE FOLLOWING? 1. DOLPHIN 1P. 2. DOG 2P. 3. LION 3P. 4. MONKEY 4P. 10. HOW MANY LANGUAGES DO YOU SPEAK? 1. 1 1P. 2. 2 2P. 3. 3 3P. 4. 4 OR MORE 4P. 11. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE COLOR FROM THE FOLLOWING? 1. BLUE 1P. 2. RED 2P. 3. BLACK 3P. 4. WHITE 4P.
12. ARE YOU RATHER CALM OR QUICK-TEMPERED? 1. I DONâ€™T WANT TO ANSWER 1P. 2. QUICK TEMPERED 2P. 3. SO AND SO 3P. 4. CALM 4P. 13. WHAT IS YOUR SIGNATURE FOOD? 1. ORGANS/ INNARDS 1P. 2. MARINATED AND THEN COOKED MEAT 2P. 3. STIFF PORRIDGE (VEGI/ VEGA) 3P. 4. NOODLES WITH BEEF 4P. 14. ARE YOU RATHER WEALTHY OR NOT? 1. VERY WEALTHY 1P. 2. RATHER WEALTHY 4P. 3. NOT WEALTHY 2P. 4. POOR 3P.
COUNT YOUR POINTS AND CHECK THE NEXT PAGE TO FIND OUT WHICH COUNTRY YOU ARE! TOURISM MAGAZINE
14 -28 Points You are Scotland! Scotland is a very wealthy country, it is relatively cold with an average temperature of 11 degrees Celsius. It is the country of mysteries and fairy tales. Most people even believe in those mysterious tales. Obviously Scotland is famose for its breathtaking highlands but what many people do not know is that the waters of Scotland is home to tones of dolphins.
29 - 34 Points You are the Philippines! With its long whit sanded beaches the Philippines are a dream destination but there is a down side to everything. The dog is the top one animal you meet because there are several street dogs. But letâ€™s focus on the good. The Philippines have an average temperature of 26,6 degrees Celsius.That is probably why the Philippines are one of the TOURISM MAGAZINE most popular traveling destinations
35-42 Points You are Kenya! Kenya is the biggest but also the poorest country of all four, but what is it famose for? Of course its wild life. If you should travel to Kenya one day a safari is a must. The lion is one of the big five animals. The Olympic athletes are also very famose. Eliud Kipchoge ran a marathon (42Km) in under two hours, breaking his own record from 2010.
43 - 56 Points You are Singapore! If you think about Singapore, what do you actually know? Well I did not know much before. Now I know that Singapore has one of the lowest crime rates in the world and the highest average temperature of all four (29 degrees Celsius). And have you seen one of those funny: â€™the monkey steals the foodâ€™- videos? Those are also very commonly made in SingaTOURISM MAGAZINE 23 pore because the most seen animal is the monkey and one of the favorite activities is eating Singapores delicious food.
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Annotated bibliography Editorial García, T. (n.d.). Mallorca, Grösse, Einwohner, Städte, Klima, Wirtschaft, Religion, Sprache. Retrieved December 9, 2019, from http://www.mallorca.islasbaleares.com/de/isla.html The author is a Spanish local, therefore his website is accurate and reliable. He maintains an online traveling guide for tourists. Since his website was only used for a piece of defined information it is unnecessary to look at a comparable source. The fact drawn from his website gives background information on the situation at hand. Ghosh, I. (2019). Mapped: The World’s Top Countries by Tourist Spending. Retrieved December 5, 2019, from https://www.visualcapitalist.com/map-countries-by-tourist-spending/ Iman Ghosh is a researcher and writer at Visual Capitalist, a media website focused on making the world’s information more accessible. Her research is intended for the regular people to get more inside on tourists spendings. Since his website was only used for a piece of defined information it is unnecessary to search for a comparable source. The information used from his website gives background information on the situation and makes it more tangible. Instagram. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from https://www.instagram.com/ Instagram is an international social media platform maintained by ”Facebook”. Instagram is for anyone over the age of 13. In the article, it is used as a representative for social media users. Admittedly, Instagram is the most popular medium for showing off lifestyle. For that, it was purposely chosen to underline a point made in the article. As mentioned before Instagram was chosen as a representative social media platform. Therefore it is not necessarily reliable but representative for what the user sees and thinks. This source was used to mirror society and show the reader the current consumer standard. Knapp 4,5 Millionen Deutsche Urlauber auf Mallorca, Hamburger Abendblatt. (2018). Retrieved December 6, 2019, from https://www.abendblatt.de/reise/article213648501/ITB-Knapp-4-5-Millionen-deutsche-Urlauber-auf-Mallorca.html The newspaper article was provided by the ”Deutsche Presseagentur” (dpa) which is the biggest news agency in Germany. It is considered to be the most reliable source for newspapers, TV and radio. The ”Hamburger Abendblatt” is just the publisher of the article by the dpa. The dpa is a common source for newspapers and the ”Hamburger Abendblatt” is intended for the normal newspaper reader. Since the dpa is ’the’ most reliable news agency it is unnecessary to find a comparable source. The information retrieved from this source was used to underline a point that was made with facts. Johanna, R. (2018). Ferienunterkünfte: Wie sich Städte gegen Airbnb & Co. Wehren, WELT. Retrieved December 10, 2019, from https://www.welt.de/reise/staedtereisen/article180332152/Ferienunterkuenfte-Wie-sich-Staedte-gegen-Airbnb-Co-wehren.html The ”WELT” is a renowned german newspaper that also contributes to a TV- channel. It is known for its well-researched contents which is the main reason for its reliability. The ”WELT” is for a more interested audience, those who want to go the ’extra mile’ in being generally educated. Many newspapers and magazines refer to the ”WELT” in their contents that is why it is unnecessary to find a comparable source. The information retrieved from this source was used to show the consequences of mass tourism. Mallorca leidet unter gigantischem Andrang: Land unter auf der Insel, Berliner Zeitung. (2017). Retrieved December 10, 2019, from Berliner Zeitung website: https://archiv.berliner-zeitung.de/ratgeber/reise/zu-viele-touristen-mallorcadroht-der-kollaps-schon-vor-der-hochsaison-27778190 The ”Berliner Zeitung” is one of the best-known newspapers in Germany. It is known to conform to the more traditional points of views. Still, it is for all newspaper readers. Since the ”Berliner Zeitung” is rather traditional it is important to keep an open mind towards its information. Even if a liberal source may be more representative, the information provided by the ”Berliner Zeitung” is reliable and supports the point made in the article. The source was used to show the consequences of mass tourism. Research article about Coolhunting Gloor, P. A., & Cooper, S. (2007). Coolhunting: Chasing down the next big thing [Epub], AMACOM This source is an e-book written by Gloor and Cooper called Coolhunting: Chasing down the next big thing. The writers have researched coolhunting and published their findings to inform people who are considering making use of this research method. Based on the fact that they researched the subject it is reliable. From this source is used; the explanation about the internal and external application of coolhunting and the example.
What are research methods? (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from LibGuides at University of Newcastle Library website: https://libguides.newcastle.edu.au/researchmethods This libguide is written by the University of Newcastle, this is reliable and contains a few lines explaining what research methods are. Which is useful for anyone looking for an explanation about research methods. In the article, this source is used to explain research methods. Research article about Value Proposition Osterwalder, A., & Pigneur, Y. (2014). Value proposition design (1st ed.). Amsterdam: Boom uitgevers Amsterdam. Alex Osterwalder is a famous Swiss author, business scientist and strategy consultant. He earned his master’s in political sciences in 2000. In 2004 he got his Ph. D. for informative management systems at the University of Lausanne with his thesis about Business model ontology. In his book about value proposition design he shows that value proposition design is based on three factors that have an influence on each other and what entrepreneurs can do to improve their business model. Baker, R. J. (2006). Pricing on Purpose: Creating and Capturing Value. United States, Wiley. Ronald J. Baker started his CPA career in 1984 with KPMG’s Private Business Advisory Services in San Francisco. Today, he is the founder of VeraSage Institute—the leading think tank dedicated to educating professionals internationally. With Pricing on Purpose, Ronald Baker had made an enormous contribution to the better understanding of pricing that will be accessible to anyone who wants to learn. There are examples that at first sight seem to have nothing to do with the subject at hand, but the learning points are all made and explained in any number of interesting and memorable ways. CHAP Chocolate Hills Adventure park Bohol & Panglao, de Filipijnen:Bezienswaardigheden. (2016). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from Travelaar website: https://travelaar.nl/bohol-filipijnen-bezienswaardigheden/ This is a travel blog about the Philippines with an article about the island Bohol. This blog post is written by a traveler who went to the island. This is a reliable source, as far as these types of sources can be. This source is used to sum up what else there is to do on the island apart from the adventure park. Chocolate Hills Adventure Park. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from https://www.chocolatehillsadventurepark.com/ This is the website from the ´Chocolate Hills adventure park´, this is where they present their park online. This is the organization itself so it is most reliable. The website was made to attract and inform customers. For the article, the entire website gives a lot of information about the park and was perfect to use for gaining practical knowledge. Damo, I. (2013). Up for the Skycycle Challenge. Retrieved December 18, 2019, from https://www.choosephilippines.com/do/adventures-and-sports/575/up-sky-cycle-challenge/img-1741 This source is from a website with a lot of articles about the Philippines, this article gives a review of an attraction from the park. Written by a person that claims to have gone there herself, this is quite reliable. The review gives her opinion about her experience to inform others, who are thinking of going to the park. From this review a small part is quoted in the CHAP article. Once upon a time, it started raining inside Cripps, K. (2019, April 17). Inside Changi Airport Singapore’s new ‘Jewel’. Retrieved 16 December 2019, from https:// edition.cnn.com/travel/article/jewel-changi-airport-singapore-guide/index.html The article found on this website gives a closer look to what Changi airport has to offer and more inside information about the jewel. CNN Travel is a worldwide organization that helps people to get information about travel destinations. Karla Cripps is a Senior Digital Producer who oversees CNN Travel’s Asia-Pacific coverage. She also covers why the rainvortex serves other purposes than just an indoor waterfall but also links multiple terminals. Surana, S. (2019, April 16). At Singapore’s Changi Airport, a New Jewel Shines. Retrieved 16 December 2019, from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/11/travel/singapores-changi-airport-jewel.html Sanjay Surana is a freelance journalist from Singapore. He studied Journalism at the University of Bristol. Sanjay has been living in Singapore for a big part of his life. In his article about the waterfall at Changi airport, he gives information from his own experiences. He shows how important Changi airport is, not only for travelers but also for the rest of Singapore. Since Surana has been living in Singapore and has done his research, he is able to really give a closer look at what makes the jewel so special.
Yusof, N. Y. (2019, September). Jewel Changi Airport shortlisted for 2019 World Architecture Festival award. Retrieved 16 December 2019, from https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/jewel-changi-airport-shortlisted-2019-world-architecture-festival-award Najeer Yusof, Photojournalist and Multimedia Producer at MediaCorp. Yusof introduces the jewel at Changi airport as a candidate for the 2019 World Architecture Festival award. With his article, he gives reasons as to why the jewel is qualified for this competition and emphasizes why it is as eco-friendly. Furthermore, Yusof names the other nominees for the award and explains why the jewel has a good chance of winning it. SOKO Shop Soko—Impact. (n.d.). Retrieved December 16, 2019, from Soko website: https://shopsoko.com/pages/impact This is the online shop website. The owners of the company are responsible for its design and information displayed. This makes the source really reliable. Everybody who wants to know what SOKO is making and why they are doing it, can read all about it on their website. This is by far the clearest source if you are looking for info about SOKO. It even shows the jewelry they are making and they are writing about all the problems the company is facing and how they are trying to handle those. About B Corps. (n.d.). Retrieved December 16, 2019, from Certified B Corporation website: https://bcorporation. net/about-b-corps B Corp Certification evaluates a product or service and it assesses the overall positive impact of the company that stands behind it. It is a reliable source because the writers mention their own sources. They also use their own company as an example. The site is made for people who are interested in knowing what the B Corp contains and why it exists. This article about B Corp is really easy to use because it is written in a clear language. Other articles about this topic are harder to read. This work illuminates the article because it explains exactly what the B Corp is. SOKO Kenya: Übersicht. (n.d.). Retrieved December 16, 2019, from LinkedIn website: https://www.linkedin.com/ company/soko-kenya/ On the LinkedIn website, the company presents itself. That self-presentation is also written by the responsible of the SOKO company. This makes this source reliable as well. This site is made for people who want to know even more about SOKOs way of working. This is the only site where you can find the history of SOKO. Because it is a personal story being told, it is a unique site with good info. Spying on 007 Buchanan, R. (n.d.). Black Kilt Tours Schottland. Retrieved December 12, 2019, from https://www.black-kilt-tours. org/ The author of this website is the company’s owner himself, so this source is essential and reliable. Since he is presenting himself and his service to former possible customers the website presents his business in a very positive way. Still, he is not advertising himself but informing about his tours. A more critical view on his tours may have the reviews of costumers on ”TripAdvisor”. The Black Kilt Tours website contains the biggest part of the information for the article. Black Kilt Tours—Day Tours (Edinburgh)—Aktuelle 2019. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from TripAdvisor website: https://www.tripadvisor.de/Attraction_Review-g186525-d4946359-Reviews-Black_Kilt_Tours_Day_Tours-Edinburgh_Scotland.html ”TripAdvisor” is the biggest online traveling advisory platform in the world. Its information is gathered by users which makes it very useful and a little unreliable at the same time. From experience the renews are rather useful though. Since TripAdvisor is from travelers for travelers it is more honest than the official Black Kilt Tour website. TripAdvisor played a significant role in the estimation of Ross’ tour quality. The source is not literally used in the article but was very important for background information. Drehorte von “Game of Thrones”—Doune Castle, Schottland. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2019, from https:// www.sueddeutsche.de/reise/drehorte-game-of-thrones-got-westeros-1.2419668-6 The ”Süddeutsche Zeitung” is a nationwide and well respected german newspaper with many different authors. The good reputation of the newspaper makes up for the missing author and publication date. The original newspaper article is intended for ”Game of Thrones”- fans or regular readers. Since this source is only used for defined information and not for theory or statements it is unnecessary to find a comparable source. The article was used to present a ’fun fact’ to make the articles context more personal. PHOTOCREDITS: https://unsplash.com/
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