Jones, Bob
July 2008
Interpretation Journal;Summer2008, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p10
The article offers information regarding the tour of Bob Jones, a tour coach, in the wilder glens of Scotland. According to the article, Jones swept by, full of wraith-like tourists, all voraciously consuming information from a pocket computers (PDA) clutched before their eyes or a mobile phone wired into their ears. It reveals that the coach did not pause but pressed on through the place with hardly a blink of duled eyes, hurrying to the next em-rout tacky tartan giftie shop.


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