Baghdad next year, darling?

Levenson, Ellie
April 2003
New Statesman;4/28/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4635, p15
Reports that entrepreneurs are capitalizing on the travel trend of recent war zones attracting adventurous tourists. How tourism in several countries, including Yugoslavia, Vietnam, Germany, have been affected by war or political change; Mention of Lonely Planet, a Web site with a message board for travellers; View of Michael Money, psychological lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, that this type of travel is not a morbid fascination for danger and death.


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