Tourism experience

Hi, my name is Jahangir and I am a second year student at the Modul University in Vienna. This is my first entry and I am very sorry if I missed any deadlines.

First I would like to mention the fact that I am half Austrian and half  Azeri, so every summer I travel back to Azerbaijan because most of the year I am in Austria. The experiences I had travelling there would not fit into this one entry but every summer me and some friends “escape” from the terrible (45+C-48C humid) heat into the cold mountains of the Caucasus. Unfortunatly just like in many developing countries, the air in the big cities just brings health issues.

Last summer I went there again and must note that one feels definatly much better after. Parts of the Caucasus are still war-torn, but more and more tourists start coming there. What I like especially like about the area where I stay is the fact that they offer local products unlike the city where most of the stuff is imported. Most of my family go there for relaxation purposes or stimulation purposes.

Well thats about it for the first entry.

Thank you if you read this.


2 Responses to “Tourism experience”

  1. Marina Fabricio says:

    Hello Jahangir. I’m Marina. Hospitality Student at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi in Brazil.

    I really enjoyed your story and what caught my attention was his speech to stress that in the place he visits the local products are good value. Actually with this globalized world imported products has had a great repercussion.

    Here in Brazil we still have some places that local products are good value. Examples are the wineries in Rio Grande do Sul and Bahia typical food are well researched.
    I hope we can still find such places around the world.

    See you,
    Marina Fabricio – Brazil

  2. Melyssa-Anne MacWillie says:

    I loved travelling with my family and friends. My dad is in the United States Army, so I moved every two years of my life. I truely loved moving and travelling around every place I lived. Travelling has become a part of my life, and I want it to stay that way.

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