Browsing All posts tagged under »English Riviera«

All aboard the smile and wave machine.

October 12, 2012

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I spend a great deal of time on trains, travelling to various clients around the country, and often it’s not as smooth as it could be, to say the very least.  I am usually left, annoyed, on a platform watching the delayed signs, standing because the carriage is too full or listening to a range […]

Award winning caveman.

September 30, 2012

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As I have said in many of my past blogs, I have developed a love for all things social media!  It’s great that I can use many different routes to promote my business, and also can use my expertise to promote and support my clients in their marketing work. I am delighted that this is […]

Tourism – more than a bucket and spade!

January 26, 2012

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At last, the chance to write a blog about the importance of tourism and how those in the industry need to do as much as possible to profile it. I followed a very interesting discussion on the South West England Tourism Forum on Linkedin, where rationale’s for and against the new ‘English Tourism Week’ were […]

It’s just a cave. Or is it?

January 18, 2012

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It wasn’t until I became one of Cavog’s best friends that I really found out about Kents Cavern. If you’re not close friends with an actual ‘caveman’ but just a visitor, you’d probably be like I was: Kents Cavern’s a great place to visit in Torquay. A show cave. Not a crawly through type of […]

What were they thinking?

January 3, 2012

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Why on earth did they think that they had the right to show Torquay in such a poor light? A hotel which appears to give nothing back to the Bay, does nothing for tourism in the local area and for the image of hospitality in general, decided that it would be fine to showcase all […]