How to make a little money on the road, says a B.C. tourist
Posted March 26, 2018 07:29:36 A little-known travel tip may just make the difference between your dreams and your worst nightmare.
Travelers in B.A.C.’s Northwest Territories say they made about $2,200 in the past year on the way to their destination.
They’re the people behind the online travel guides, where they share tips on how to make it big in the remote places they call home.
The guides are a bit like a mini-business model, and they’re starting to gain a foothold in the market.
“We had a really good time with these guides.
They have a good online community, they give you tips, and you’re in good shape,” said Tanya Stokes, a guide in the Northwest Territories who did not want to give her last name.
I have always been a bookworm, so this has really helped me grow my business, she said.
She and her family live in Kamloops, B.J. Many guides operate on the premise that if you can get some money, it will go towards paying for things like groceries, lodging, and a place to stay.
They also often advertise on their websites for a modest rate.
Stokes said she likes the concept because she thinks it’s better for business owners to make money on their trips rather than wait for money to trickle down to them.
A couple of years ago, the guides started charging a $35 entrance fee, which she said was too low.
Now, the guide is charging $50 per day and a $50 cover charge.
You need to pay $30 for the guide, which is a lot of money, she explained.
Stokes has found it harder to sell her guides on the business model, because she can’t make much money on them now.
She said she’s looking for other revenue streams.
My goal is to be able to make as much money as I can on my guides.
I would like to do that in three years, she told CBC News.
That could mean a small hotel or a motel.
She’s currently looking for a condo or a house in Kamlos.
Tanya Stoke and her husband have two children who are now grown.
For now, she’s making ends meet by working as a school bus driver.
She works part-time in the bus driver’s office while her husband does construction and construction-related jobs.
It’s also been difficult to keep up with the demand for the guides.
There’s been an influx of people coming to the Northwest territories, including from New Zealand, for their holidays.
Stokes said they’re seeing more and more B.N.T. travellers come to the region.
We need to stay focused on tourism.
We need to focus on the people coming here, she added.
B.C., New Zealand and the Yukon have all been hit hard by a massive wildfire that devastated the territory in May.
While the fire has been contained, it has been devastating for tourists, who are unable to visit their favourite destinations.
Tourism officials say the region will see an additional 1,000 to 2,000 visitors per day by the end of the year, and more than 3,000 travellers will visit each day.
According to the B.F.T., the tourism industry employs around 2,700 people in B and NWT, and some 1,200 people are employed in the construction sector.
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This poor traveller can be a victim of poverty, lack of education, or of sexual exploitation.
These are some of the common reasons people leave their families, or have to travel on foot to reach their destination, according to the website of the BORA Tourism Association.
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