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  • United Kingdom
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Thematic Tourist Boards
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Researching Activity Providers impact on local economies and tourism ROI
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Peter Francis left a comment for Paul Hunt
"hi,Paul Hunt I am Peter Francis, A solicitor at law and my address is clearly stated below. I am personal attorney to one Late Morris H. Hunt, I am interested to invest in your country, but then. I have a good deal that i need your assistant to…"
Dec 15, 2017

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Set up Natures Pace to work for myself and to follow my passions .. leading walks and sharing my love of the UK, and exploring new cultures and places; and to providing opportunities for people to follow their passions.
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Walking and sight seeing to explore land, nature and people
Guided Walks, holidays, tours and events to connect with places and to experience land, plants, animals and people..

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At 20:12 on December 15, 2017, Peter Francis said…

hi,Paul Hunt
I am Peter Francis, A solicitor at law and my address is clearly stated below. I am personal attorney to one Late Morris H. Hunt, I am interested to invest in your country, but then. I have a good deal that i need your assistant to achieve, so i need you to assist me in repatriating this fund amount left behind by my client the total sum of. £ 8.5 million GBP /150 kg Gold Alluvial dust and thereafter my on share of this fund will be invest in your country with your help, please i need to hear from you then i will email you details in my next mail, please treat this information as a matter of urgent then give a meaningful attention after reading and get back to me urgent. Please behave toward this deal with in a certain way.
Let me know your stand urgently, and then I could acquaint you with more information and procedures to get this fund transferred to you.

Awaiting your response

Peter Francis.

Solicitors & Advocate,
129, Boulevard du haho, B.P 8880
Tel: +228 995 43 001

At 9:09 on December 14, 2017, Sophie Reyer said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Sophie Reyer.

At 9:44 on December 21, 2011, Favour Wildlife Safaris said…

Dear Paul,

I wish to introduce Favour Wildlife Safaris as a reputable tour company in Kenya licenced by the government to offer destination management services. We are also fully approved by the Kenya Association of Tour Operators. (KATO) When you will have clients visiting East Africa, you can always use us. We promise to offer them a complete quality service.

Kind regards,

Paul Theuri.

At 15:00 on March 2, 2011, Linzi Walker said…

Hi Paul,


Thanks for your comment. Our reasoning behind using members of an official body is mostly for consumer confidence but I appreciate that your feedback and this is something that we will definitely take into consideration and that we may look into introducing in the (hopefully near) future.


Best wishes,


At 19:03 on February 19, 2009, Dee Edwards said…
LOL, I just wanted to have a look at this brochure of yours..special interest would have to be cooking :-)

In regards to the email, I didn't provide one which could explain it, although the form showed the field in a colour that would indicate it was compulsory, it wasn't actually so.

Kind regards
At 11:11 on February 9, 2009, Murray H said… begining to think that Trading Standards are finding the regulations , er, challenging. It is not a question of showing THAT you comply, it is a matter of showing HOW you comply - hence the use of appropriate logos etc. What trust fund? Anyone can set up a trust fund, but if the money does not go in, in the first place, then it cannot come out; it is incumbent on the trust fund operator to make sure that it works (I am not, for a moment, suggesting that you would be dishonest, in any way, I am stating a "universal observation") Hence the requirement in the EEC Regs to be properly approved etc., hence TTA etc. Anyway, will study this this evening as right now, I have some of these boring old customers who want silly things like flights!!
At 23:11 on February 8, 2009, Murray H said…
Yes, agents would be interested. I have made a blog post that may or may not be approved (I hope it is!) regarding a bit about bonding and why it has to be, which I hope everyone may find useful. Specifically, though you will get nowhere without some protection - but what protection? Are you packaging? You sell accommodation with a course, rather than accommodation AND a course. You do not offer transport to the destination and I would suggest arranging a taxi to the venue may not be considered "transport" . My advice here, is speak to Trading Standards and ask their opinion. BUT BEFORE you do this, please, please remove that highly misleading and total garbage statement re: EEC Package Travel Regs - apart from anything else, you don't comply because if you did you would be effectively bonded and have the appropriate logos, which you do not. There is also a funny crack under insurance about clients getting insurance for cancellation by Skylark - If skylark cancel, Skylark pay, not any insurance!! That you mention insurance in this way, generally, though is good. Note my comments about also speaking to Advantage, Worldchoice and AITO and listen to what they have to say. This will also give you access to the right agency network - niche operators like you are always welcome. Now, after speaking to Trading Standards and sorting the bonding bit one way or the other, what about agents? Agents are remarkably lazy animals in many senses and they like things nice and simple. Forget bells and whistles, fancy CD's and web bits - many agents still hang on to viewdata and odd bits of 1980's technology. They will need about 4 copies of your brochure per agency and if you want to produce a gimmick then the best thing is a simple 21cms long pyramid-type, clear calender. They will bite your hand off for one. A simple letter of introduction and a bit of rep work will suffice - though you need to contact the independent groupings first and listen to what they say. You will have to pay about 10% commission - but remember, if you do not sell anything, you will not pay a bean. (unlike a website where the costs are fixed, not variable) groups may want a point or so for their members, targeted, so if the network does produce, you should be happy to pay it....

Hope this is helpful. I will have to start charging!
At 18:16 on February 8, 2009, Murray H said…
... Ah! Skylarkholidays, I presume!
At 18:15 on February 8, 2009, Murray H said…
Forgive me, it is probably there somewhere, but which website are we talking about?
At 12:51 on January 13, 2009, Ankit Bhargava said…
Hi Paul

Yes you would definitely find many companie Reps at who are into outbound. Feel free to register and browse thorough the profiles.

Let me know if I can be of any further help




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