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Author: Linda Hohnholz

New Orleans travel warning: Beware of Donald Trump voodoo dolls

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- July 27, 2019

In New Orleans, it isn’t only Mardi Gras that draws travelers to this lively city. Voodoo is also a foundation ... Read More

Dark Tourism: South Korea using massacre to lure tourists

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- June 7, 2019

What is often referred to as dark tourism is now a hopeful light in terms of tourism for South Korea. ... Read More

When overtourism spoils your travel plans: Go somewhere else!

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- June 5, 2019

Have you heard that told joke?  Patient says, “Doctor, it hurts when I do this with my arm.”  Doctor’s response ... Read More

Looking for unique food travel experiences? How about bugs & grubs?

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- January 2, 2019

If you are looking for an adventuresome food travel, here are some of the top buggy wormy things to eat ... Read More

Israel tourism: New hotels, festivals and anti-terror training

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- October 17, 2018

Religious travel is big business, but what to do when a religious destination is dangerous? Although Israel is regarded by ... Read More

Hotel management institute in New Delhi promotes vegetarian food quality management

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- August 23, 2018

Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management in New Delhi has mapped a certification course promoting Vegetarian Food Quality. Read More

Leaving a legacy of law and travel writing: Hon. Thomas A. Dickerson

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- August 4, 2018

It is with great sadness that eTurboNews reports that one of its regular contributors, the Hon. Thomas A. Dickerson, has ... Read More

Snacking at 36,000 feet Hawaiian style

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- October 14, 2017

It’s been said that Hawaii is the most isolated populated destination in the world to live, so that means to ... Read More

Rebuilding tourism: Finding the way back after natural disaster strikes

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- September 30, 2017

Hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, floods, drought, fires, snowstorms… these weather-related words have become part of our daily dose of news, ... Read More

Too much airplane turbulence: And we’re not talking about the air

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- June 28, 2017

With so many stories in the news these days about the lack of customer service for airline passengers, specifically from ... Read More

Bridging Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau: Literally

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- June 15, 2017

To meet the increasing demand for passenger crossings in three major cities in China, in 1982, an agreement between the ... Read More

The new Secretary General of UNWTO: Will tourism continue for the economy or ecology?

Linda Hohnholz Linda Hohnholz- May 12, 2017

An eTN reader submitted his interesting take on the new Secretary General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). ... Read More