Come and learn to draw as we explore perspective with
GREG & TR1SH in the NIGHTCLUB.
CASHIERS OFFICE is open wiih ANNE for the cashing
f Travellers Cheques.
Safe Custody Envelopes will also be available.
ACTIVITY CENTRE is open with TIM for the hiring
CHESS Join CELINA for a game out by the Lido Bar.
Ladies. Ladies, Ladies - Island Night is coming up soon so if you would like to participate in an Island dance, meet TARA m the Music Saloon. It's easy and a lot of fun.
WATER AEROBICS - Join in the fun. Beginners welcome meet YOLANDE poolside.
Taped CLASSICAL MUSIC in the GARDEN BAR with LEANNE.
SHORE EXCURSIONS OhFICE will be open with ANNE. When booking your Shore Excursions please bring your completed order form to save delays.
BINGO in ihe MUSIC SALOON with TARA & PAUL. Eyes down at 4.15pm.
YAHTZEE - Join JOY for a friendly game out by the Lido Bar.
500 If you would like to play this card game meet TIM in the Nightclub.
Table Tennis Join CRAIG for a late afternoon game meet outside Garden Bar Starboard side.
Twilight Tnvia in the MUSIC SALOON with TARA.
Evening Deck walkers meet CELINA by the Pool.
World News Broadcast can be heard through your cabin. EQUATOR play your pre dinner favourites in the MUSIC SALOON.
THE PACIFIC TRIO warm up the Music Saloon before tonights cabaret.
Evening Movie in the Video Saloon: BACK TO SCHOOL Starring Rodney Dangefield Running time 92 min.
MR LEE YOUNG IN "CABARET1 Come along to the Music Saloon to be entertained by the very versatile & talented Ut Young. An evening not to be missed.
Nightclub opens for all our "Night owls" till early hours of the morning, with ROSS our DJ.
EQUATOR return with all your dancing favourites.
Late Night Movie: HANGF1RE - Jan Michael Vincent
Late night dancing with THE PACIFIC TRIO.
*The above 'Daily Plan - It' is an example only and will not necessarily cover all topics shown therein.
Although these products of the contributory industries are very important, they are not the thing that attracts the customers. As indicated, the tourism product takes the basic commodity and transforms it for the target customers. Just as in Detroit's car-manufacturing industry, various enterprises in the tourism industry in the same place may be marketing different products, because they have identified divergent groups as being likely to provide the best returns for their enterprise.
Balinese beaches and culture, for example, attract a very wide range of visitors: young to old, energetic to inactive, budget to wealthy, adventurous to timid. This is because alternative accommodation and services are provided and because Bali is promoted to the appropriate potential customers. If you were to ask potential customers what Bali would be like, they would probably give answers that varied considerably according to their previous interests and the type of promotion they had been subjected to.
Anyone who has travelled the popular European tourist circuits would have noticed some of the younger travellers sleeping the afternoon away on the deck of a Rhine River cruise while older companions were marvelling at the medieval castles and sheer-sloped vineyards. For some people the tourism product is the companionship and nightlife, whereas for others it is a place's natural and cultural heritage.
Similarly, the tourism product developed and sold to the domestic market may be different from that promoted to the export market. Tourist destinations often rise and fall in popularity and exhibit a life cycle similar to that of a manufactured product - see the graph in Figure 1.14. The tourist destination may stabilise for a short time but it will usually continue to decline as the tourist resource is degraded - for example because of too much tourist activity or because the market becomes too saturated for the original target group.
A dramatic happening such as a hurricane may destroy a place's infrastructure and amenities that are
. Stagnation or stabilisation
not worth rebuilding, because the resource's attractiveness was declining anyway; the place's tourist industry may therefore decline immediately. Occasionally, however, a catastrophic happening such as the eruption of Washington's Mount St Helens may result in renewed interest in the resource, thereby boosting a place's tourism.