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By Louise Baxter

Most sensible effortless Day Hikes Washington, D.C. contains concise descriptions and exact maps for twenty easy-to-follow hikes in and close to the nation's capital. become aware of Theodore Roosevelt Island; monuments and memorials, museums, gardens, and Rock Creek Park; the C&O Canal towpath; and top-notch trails alongside the Potomac River.

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Although there were some aspects of the experience that were seen to compromise Maori tikanga (values), respondents alluded to the overall authenticity of the marae experience, as perceived by them, in terms of the traditional functions ascribed to the marae. ” Another respondent stated that, “I think that of all the places that I’ve actually performed and hosted people on, this is probably one of the best because of the set up that it has and it is a marae; and because of the number of whare (ancestral meeting houses) it has to offer, and just the whole span of information and history.

To see the degradation of the Aborigines. All they seemed to do in town was shuffle into town in the morning and sit down under the trees and spend the day sitting under the trees. . ” PAM (New South Wales) While appreciating connections with the land at Uluru-Kata Tjula and identifying unique abilities of Aboriginal people, Pam was disappointed by a number of aspects of her holiday which failed to present a meaningful, authentic cultural experience. “We went to the bush medicines.. I found that a little bit disappointing because you actually had an Aboriginal person talking to you but he was referring to Aboriginal people as others.

However, it should be questioned whether tourists can ever truly gain cultural understanding where the belief system is significantly different to their own. In addition, some scholars have noted that tourist motivations for experiences of indigenous culture appear to be generalist in nature (McIntosh 2004; McKercher & Du Cros 2002; Ryan & Huyton 2002). In view of tourists’ generalist motivations and the fact that the most accessible opportunities for experiences of Maori culture in New Zealand remain centred around a staged cultural performance, the nature of the experiences that tourists gain of Maori (indigenous) culture may, arguably, be more superficial, more formal (cognitive)and less affective than has been reported in tourists’ experiences of more familiar (non-indigenous) cultural contexts (see McIntosh & Prentice 1999; Prentice et al.

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