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No more fear of trains

How does a child conquer her fear of trains? The prospect of a unique day in Plopsaland and a brief practice journey in advance turned fear into enthusiasm. Since then, for little Amber (8), taking a trip with the train and the tram also represents “a little adventure”.

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Stop and think

“Am I an insane person?” she asked.
“I think we all are to some extent”, I answered.

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On the road together before growing apart

Nathalie went on a four-and-a-half month camper tour throughout Europe with her family. It was a carefully thought-out trip, planned two years in advance, and an unforgettable family experience.

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On Italian Hospitality

On the ISTO World congress Storyweaver Anneleen met Valerio Ferrante. They had a chat around hospitality, a main value in tourism in general and social tourism in particular.

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Travelling exercises your tolerance muscles

Tourism offers us the opportunity to meet other people. That’s important, because we learn to see and value other people, who often live, think and interact differently than us, without judging them.

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Going on holiday can be life-changing

Social tourism offers holiday opportunities to people who would otherwise struggle to go on holiday for financial, logistical or practical reasons. According to Professor Scott McCabe, holiday experiences can be life-changing.

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Refugee experienced holiday

This was a holiday for my brain, said the Palestinian mum of three Children, when she tells her story of a short break she and the kids experienced.

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Amini from Fiji

Wendy will never forget how unselfish the local people of Yanuya are, they want to help you without wanting something in return. They want to spend their time with you and learn you all kinds of things. That is something she had never experienced before in all her time of traveling.

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