Tag "Tourism"

Tourism plan puts cart before horse

I AM appalled by so much nonsense written in the Press and, particularly, by Commerce and Employment with their ‘10-year plan for tourism’. As a travel agent, the article has prompted me to comment on their proposals. With respect to Messrs Hopkins and Wheadon, the jargon and hype apart, I suggest their plan is not only unrealistic but puts the cart before the horse for several reasons – a travel agent’s point of view.

Whole area is a disgrace

I TOTALLY agree with Sue Coryndon’s letter to the Guernsey Press (10 October), ‘Gents’ pool is a wreck.’

Junk will bring tourists

MR MACPHAIL’s derisory arguments (Open Lines, 6 May) against the proposed building of a Chinese junk to house a museum of contemporary art did not take into account the financial spin-offs from the project. It is in the public interest that taxpayers should be informed of these.

Chalet tell you why I loved it?

I FIRST came to the beautiful island of Guernsey in 1964. I came with a girlfriend and we picked Le Chalet Hotel from the guidebook.

Keep an open mind on Tracy Island

THE plans showing the proposed £20m. makeover for a new Idlerocks hotel have come as a surprise to many. And already the scheme, unveiled on Friday, is polarising opinion.