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the city has a hollywood backdrop the glamour is attracting even more tourists they may well bring in more money than cruise passengers who might buy an ice cream before scooting back to the ship and that all inclusive accommodation this sort of tourism in particular makes it difficult for cities to develop alternative concepts and as a villa well knows she's researched the issue in other european cities as well. honestly i mention it out of a question but it's a problem a muslim to raise my. sentiments from and yet. on implemented only come
in their motion with us the don't need to solve them a vision. probably a global only talk coffee cup the norm in the bush was up her own sobs and suppose it's in the in the to toss me. you have a minister that's send them of their own interest as only one language can govern and some that was sufficient of a management of almost finished month regret comic a cover organ these artists to post on the again these are. neck and neck of stars in the us and in the. but what if the city no longer exists as a communal place for its inhabitants if it increasingly becomes a travel destination with global marketing potential what sort of inhabitants would the city then. either i'm going to ask mr temple something valuable probably just in a nutshell. but i will mentor by you will need this last and it's important to make not accepting the delegates to the.
reality. with disastrous results dubrovnik is suffering a brain drain. the exodus of qualified workers and autists their skills are simply no longer in demand. but some take a different view of the changes in droves and. that is going to not yet be said people out i know that he's on but when you go and all but that's one of the dust bunny want to come out of it i skimmed on iraq i thought it was a bit of a man much to them yet i'm not gonna get this through. one is the decrease the nitish it was beautiful and i don't want to put it at the simply abuse the blood to be cut to the minute you honey for the night you will. disappoint you know from an airplane i mean because you are one of them and you're not but you might if you were just at this point to what would it be like that i did not yet you keep us.
alive has set up a room business in dubrovnik with an escape route in which visitors have an hour to solve a puzzle and adventure game inspired by the game of thrones series. almost a snare which it does actually says will follow me and i do need feel a bit that is the below that but this one i'm like usually and i didn't cheat which . one is really but it should bless the united sleep but it's there because it is they are a wonder that you can see it. now twenty six year old diana hopes for a lot of tourists so she can make money with her idea please i'm definitely when i was there going to dogs is not meant as much mrs melkus that. what would happen but i think was like a good enough was that the paper mills put this on
a monday night and i'm the boss and i feel like. a smoke at the minute can help another motorist. the city is an exception there are a job see here across the country a third of young people are unemployed in dubrovnik though to. prison has completely disrupted social and economic structures the tourist guide here can earn more than a professor a cleaner more than a teacher who can blame young people from wanting to be on the winning side. yes because of age but a feather struggled on the couch yet provided keep it indeed i spy a boyish is that shadow but only because i'm going to have a cause to coca-cola what's that yet but if you know what organizers company mirasol to get out i'll see it all along that he made the eco call a proposal like it out of the soil was almost jealous but it's me but i'm a model see it in my version a friend or a curry joining in he or she was going to always. get
a magic an artifact. cola culture as a souvenir memories of the city merged with the brand what sucked woods to enterprise to brother nick. leppitsch i. don't talk about numbers it took a. power. but whose power is it how self determined can the city remain that increasingly sells itself the danger of being controlled by international investors and consortium's is great but it's also in the nature of democratic cities that the citizens fight back. the venetians who remain are not giving up without a fight. they've been blocking the judaica canal now for two hours preventing three
cruise ships from leaving. politicians scientists and citizens action groups have been arguing for five years about alternative concepts. full cruise tourism but so far without success. in iowa but i would find out oh yes i mean they only go. to grab yacht by a bit more you see the emergency yada financials that's your nap look out inaccurate my bank will overtake me get up and up up up and i mean to comment on. that day and. it looks like a battle between david and goliath between a few activists and all powerful corporations led they stop rolled and reap the profits and tax the supply coming up.
because i feel. it. in your. life. and. the travel companies sell the passage through the look good as a cruise highlight. they still cool with the noose if they had to sail around the city what consequences would it have for the private company of d.t.p. . questions the port authority cool down south but they didn't want to make a statement either on camera nor in writing. the cruise market is dominated by the anglo-american konovalov cooperation that twenty five subsidy or is included talian
sounding names like caustic or cherry and the germany based aida crusaders. is such a mighty console chimp a tool a saleable. just a moment that was the value. of the person because then i mean. if you want to shoot at them in a fair. enough if you didn't sound. like wasting most of your much damage. and they intend to repeat the strategy meanwhile unesco has warned that venice is status as a world cultural heritage site is threatened less measures to protect her doctor and soon the un commission comp itself take action in this regard it can only make recommendations. but in this such recommendations do not see.
a crystal ball but if but she had she could have personal body. could she tell you they she'd be their names could she. you know me didn't ask. pete because. of anything she could i mean take it out of course i mean it's always cool because you. know saul said as he stood up when it's you could i mean the telephone i think. for him no no no. for the cultural heritage designation the cities are committed to protecting not just the monuments but the move rule the appearance of the city. to stop. becoming a camping site stewards point out the rules to tourists. but i think that yeah because that's a bunch of it up if i can just about the venice is most famous square dates from
the ninth century historic site for great state ceremonies and festivals visitors should respect that. yes. it was time that we put in where that a head i. washed the feet but it bent down the bournemouth though it's not that big by. somebody at it how could i go back that way because it's not that big by say that had to go back to the plate and not feeding the pigeons in the square is also strictly forbidden the birds droppings damage the buildings facades all fall to the bed it's not allowed thank. elfie be helpful at this if i meet then you can receive a fine a losing battle the work of the law enforces reflects then this is fundamental problem with tourism there are just too many visitors and once they leave after
a few hours the city faces its next major challenge. that. tourists leave behind fifty three thousand tons of rubbish every yet getting rid of it is complicated with venice is narrow alleyways and many bridges in the city without road traffic gobby just to be removed by built laborious logistics which cost eighty million or is in. large part is borne by the local authority before the first tourists flood in venice has a big training job. the area around st mark's square is look at paris punch every day he and his colleagues make sure that the rich don't take over the city of the inhabitants have to follow strict rules about when to put the rubbish show.
a lot of. detail they cause a bit of chaos. and what do you know. they say they persona post when all the bullshit died in them and it's in forty days. that i posted it cause i'm a put all pull it off boy i was into posse. but who else. does it going to vehicle with. plastic paper nuku the piri has to cope with mixed rubbish every day the resident should have to separate the week we see more of it and yon would have bet that all going to court was a. little late tuesday so that's an end to a day in diffidence out the thirty day and this you pick. i mean a bit of
a city state in seattle throw out of the opposed to clinton he told you that but they have the students out there and people need to. take the neat including stuff polluting people and yeah they'd all. be a lookout opened on them a little forcing for a moment and so to. get people to nudge or to have an. elbow what i'm what i was just couldn't stack and also. make it flawed. plastic i'd say that and the rest of the money when i get close to. the cold but i'm going to keen only daddy four months into this.
but politicians do something to. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. some want to. have to go right to be press to supply them before three of them or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the house. question. america has no desire to occupy north korea. to go when they're in to take out the president of north korea the difference is
that both china and russia probably are willing to stand by and see korea develop a nuclear weapon and then try to contain it were as poor as the rest of the world and they can obviously sell that really doesn't reduce he does the best strategy. welcome to maximize their financial survival guide. looking closer to the town. yanks this is what happens defenses in britain. watched as a report. of a growing mountains of rubbish constant arrivals and departures full woods of tourists always following the same trail as the city's visitors are becoming an anonymous mass which appears to be that only to bring in the money.
professor young fundable teaches the subject of economics on tourism at the university of venice he's looked behind the scenes of the tourist industry and just . specially interested in the sectors labor market. if you look at sort of the structure of the tourism industry you see there's a lot of space for forty four more gray or black victim is it means people working indication without contracts and so forth a fact talking with people from the. tax office. there is this saying that. points out that naipaul's in venice are the cities where tax evasion is the high. where not even the city authorities know precisely how many tourists come it's hard to determine what income they actually generate. among the highest earners in
venice on the gondoliers they make up to two hundred euros an hour but the number is limited to three hundred sixty making gondolier licenses highly sought after they're in the hands of a few families not in the gift of the city the authorities charge only forty euros a year for using the canals. only they will go up to five thousand euro was being paid from one on the day to the beginning of it and this money is being earned back in about five years time so yeah every night i'm going to write a are about one in a thousand euro per year the strange thing is although it's an activity that that the license exchanges and table so there's no proof banks has been financing this kind of operate with
a move across the city tax is going to live on the basis of a notional income of just thirty five thousand euros no receipts are required but who's counting in such a romantic situation. love what i like it is supposed to lead us on a mission level. speech alloca chamish in charity. there will. be bad you'll want to do well then you add up a sort of want to whether you will shit the outdoor want to well i don't want to what i don't count that and surely cantante will because authority on their butts alone i know that's enough for the butts alone but i am of these depending upon the culture toward the sea finally a police study followed the regular jame to see. if a beneficial of all you would need to call it you will cage in the cold water on the course he your basically just look at you all the yeti what are you know if i'm
an eggplant to what i don't know the message to the she i met you shall be very bad . but thanks to mass tourism living well together is no longer the case in many cities bass alone there is famed for its cosmopolitan atmosphere but that's changing along with the idea of hospitality that b.n. being for example propagates but how can tourists know if they're renting legally or illegally will be in the informix customers about it in future the company declined to comment but the mayor is already taking action. issued him enough for permit is nothing but empty that's the idea and it's not a provoke upper limit that will be the mc and this is kind of the late it paradigm and the famed axioms sensi arms afaik all of that and i mean i know that the senate has that piece in that i don't know if they might have up less than a c. on staff and sassy sims may want us i guess that's better for them as they see it out and put a motion on at the mc that is not in addition the city is no longer issuing
licenses for hotels and holiday apartments in the old city center. but a lot of people who let legal tourists feel themselves criminalise by the current criticism like elizabeth cocytus who runs a blog on the soap. she lets her own flight and those of friends. thesea they left the front row and i thought i think i must like yourself and him but i think i'm investing when i saw an ounce. of the end in the line and i thought he had x. . but i'm not certain he was by me. or not but to me that math. prevented descent that one. out of me that need be that level of alchemy to me advocate joy look well that when guests arrive elizabeth cosigning us always meets them personally she explains where to put the gum what's permitted
in the building the. forty year old elizabeth applied for her letters license years ago it would no longer be possible in her she sees the city's controls so this is a step in the wrong direction and out of the idea that. yeah but and they. are going to what i said i think that if they're your home i hope i do that i. don't get ok i guess i'll take it. that they have to tell ya no coward are a good idea. though i doubt if the same time. for the last a no fallujah and. a paradox is evident in barcelona on the one hand tourists ostracized with slogans on the other posters offloaded saying refugees will come but mass tourism has not come about by chance it's the result of long term policies which on the one hand have cambus for more and more tourists
while on the other hand have the years failed to invest in either affordable homes or subsidized housing at the expense of its it is us. dubrovnik to some people who are prepared to accept the situation in the old quarter. could join member of an environmental cause is fighting against the plan to extend the hobby and lease it out to a friend to. any god as it's been it's at the house for the religion itself but all of us would be if you would be only a water below. for the what if what some go beyond. the good is attack on this stuff was a. mistake to get out. but
i can. live by for free will me diable no problem then you. get a poet china saddlebred pretty stuck which is to get oprah to send out a big. business. in my book i was i didn't say. it was i mean i knew providing a good although this did not know. me. very architecture of the city might prevent this development one study has calculated the next old send has room for a maximum of seven thousand people on some days more than double the number on the critical issue is that the medieval city you'll have three entrances and exits. proclaiming pseudonymous the program will be top. four walking almost came up but i'm about what's can blow him up it's in your mind which unless it were
a notch in is going to put people to switch and you were the. only cuts force if the second was that i must show some just started small boat in my. side i would ship. what is the secret was that a sandwich should be there at this which i. guess the man has long been aware of these risks. ali farka of course could what are known you much we have an opium of the show dog you know when you post the study and you may look at this it split the switch on plot that was a variety of at the local meat because it's a source in the monomania not of the occupant annuity not owned at all need. despite the lack of security concepts the old city seems destined for a rising number of to learn. is too broad nick in danger of becoming an open air museum. cruise companies
calculate just four hours for the visit then the passengers must return to the ship . it's understandable that the inhabitants of europe's favorite tourist destination are critical to this sort of tourism and feel pressure that. there is that notion that i'm a bit more going to make the most. of it that. i can break and. believe. me when i was out of a forest because i thought i don't see nothing is simple. and i want that and more . got to get in the i want to march on national fall the amount of which i was made on time i want it off my back that's going on the thought i know about is this is
money and then the. noise out there he starts you know case. i guess just. from. when i was you expect. when general. last battle. loses on both sides that for the local inhabitants and the tourists they're just extras in a game with billions the winners are of the opaque consortium's and international investors who perpetuate the myth of venice and co. the city's meanwhile are desperately trying to save themselves from collapsing. ali farka whose respite is short kosher good if. i start on the go and not put his own tea in much lower than it is used to but even that c n n e on duty dollars
a month well you know the traditional get one m. escape that i've done with it i think the seal that cut back if you know men and women that he's not that i'm enough of what i see what i'm going to say about any yet when it can is not only does the event see they should i keep an image that i see a seal that i don't and i see the game well then that is my wallet not only because surely wish them all the while the new normal is that they need to chill out like you know george bush family they really cause a ballot it was that they still exist the beautiful thing but their numbers limited more most people want to see them for themselves. and who can blame.
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