Tuesday, 5 November 2019

O Grove Spain Mussel Farming Capital - A Popular Tourism Attraction




A memory of a trip to O' Grove Fishing Village in Galicia, Spain: A community on a river estuary and a perfect place for mussel, oyster farming and tourism.



Tour boats take visitors behind the scenes of shellfish farming and serve copies quantities of mussels and local wine. They are excellent value and a popular tourist attraction.


Mussel farming begins by gathering baby mussels (seeds), which cling to rocks on shallow waters.  The seeds are folded onto ropes, that are hung from rafts,with a fine rayon netting that decomposes within a few days. They take about 4 to 6 months to grow to a size where they may be split into several ropes.  Each seed rope can produce from 2 to 4 new splittings. On average a seed rope can be split into 3 mussel growing ropes at this stage.


 
O' Grove is located on the Ría de Arousa estuary, the largest of the estuaries in Galicia. The river Umia running into the sea helps circulation and flush in the mussel farming area. It is helps creates\ a rich growing area full of nutrients.


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Video Originally posted on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3N3a6ugev4A

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Your Travel Story on Google News - Case Study



Case study on how to get your Travel Story on Google News. A Step by Step process that got the Movie of Barbados Historic Railway featured in Google News.

https://marketinghotelsandtourism.com/your-travel-story-on-google-news-case-study/

Friday, 11 October 2019

Disruptive Technology Threatens Established Brands Most



Technology disruption is a serious threat to established brands. Travel and Tourism is especially venerable and travel icons are fighting to adapt to digital travel.

https://omegaunderground.com/disruptive-technology-threatens-established-brands/

Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Barbados Showcases New Movie of The Historic Railway Story



Explosion traces the story of Barbados vintage railway in the days of rum and rail. It is charmingly narrated by the engine driver in a special movie commemorating the islnands history of the steam engine.

https://www.explosion.com/133453/barbados-showcases-new-movie-of-the-historic-railway-story/

Monday, 30 September 2019

Barbados Heritage Railway - The Turntable



The St. Nicholas Abbey Heritage Railway: a replica of the Old trains and historic railway of Barbados (1881 )- Here is a short video of the Turn-Table. A clever swing platform which turned the engine around so that it could return on the same line.

More detail and the story at https://barbados.org/blog/st-nicholas-abbey-heritage-railway

See short version of the story on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bNJcJanEj4

The Barbados Historic Railway Story



The video was taken on the St. Nicholas Abbey Historic Railway {SNAHR) Tour. It's the amazing story of the Barbados vintage trains and railways, narrated by the train driver in a fun and energetic style that full of surprising facts and stories.

The vintage train and railway operated in Barbados many years ago. its no brought back to life by the St. Nicholas Abbey Vintage Rail and a real vintage steam engine. SNAHR tour is a step back in time. There is something enchanting about those old steam engines and the story telling and tour brings it all to life.

See all the detail at https://barbados.org/blog/new-video-of-barbados-historic-railway



Did Packages Holidays Kill the Cook



According to the Financial Times it not true that Packages Holidays Killed Thomas Cook: In fact package holidays are an attractive travel option to many travellers. Read on to see what actually happened.

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/did-holidays-kill-the-cook