The most funny moment, that came up to my mind first, was during the project in region Borjomi, which is located in 156 km from Tbilisi. It was a meeting related to the presentation of new product of international brand. In presentation where invovled 3 baleriinas, but early morning one of them called us and informed that she was not able to arrive, because of high temparature and flu. We had to find ballerina in Borjomi J We found local dance school, meet the director and he told about the girl who is former ballerina and luckily arrived from USA on holiday with her grandparents. We had to wake her up, find white tights in small village bazaar, instead of pointe we bought basic dance slippers. MUAH artists had to work super-duper fast and she had 20 min for dance rehearsal with other 2 ballerinas. It was not funny in progress at all, but at the end of the day when we relized what was organized in couple hours in order to avoid total collapse, we laughed out loud.
All of them. Hospitable as Georgia. Modern as Dubai. Reach as Oman. Impressive as Jordan. Traditional as Armenia.
A client informed us that he didn’t find his room , that wasn’t an issue because sometimes you lose the room direction from the lobby in big hotels and resorts. We escorted him to the room , but discovered that he knew the way but can’t find anything in the room , literary nothing was left , TV , furniture , bed , mattress , wardrobe , carpets , chairs ….. etc , then we understand what he meant by “ didn’t find my room” , after calling the hotel security and police who looked at the CCTV for hours to know what happened , we discovered that his colleagues transferred all the furniture including his personal belongings to the roof which was not accessible for the guest in house nor the hotel staff , only maintenance team. Actually it was an incentive group for teenagers who got all drunk and started to prank each other.
Georgia , because first of all it still virgin country and will develop quickly in a right way specially there is no corruption , and it’s very cool in terms of life rhythm , not very fast like other countries , the life style is very relaxing and stressless and has the nature charm of greenery , rivers , beaches and mountains at the same time . beside the ton of activities and outings which can be done for kids , teens , family and adults within the same area. needless to mention the tasty food and amazing wine in every corner around the country
Lorsque j’étais un Directeur d’hôtel en Tunisie, un phénomène de vol c’est propagé le soir surtout des chambres au Rez de chaussée avec Balcon lors du Diner malgré qu’ il y avait des caméras de surveillance qui couvraient différents angles .En premier lieu j’ai renfoncé le nombre des agents de sécurités et les patrouille mais ça n’a pas donné d’effet.Apres un certain moment j’ai remarqué que une nuit sur 7 pas de vol par coïncidence c’était le repos hebdomadaire du chef sécurité !Les clefs de la chambre CCTV sont m a procession et au chef de sécurité.J’avais des doutes que ce dernier était le responsable des vols, alors un soir j’y restais dans la salle du contrôle, je ne croyais pas mes yeux c’est que je craignais et réelle, je l’ai choppé en plein délits !En fait, ce qu’il faisait, il repérait les ou la chambres cible en premier lieu après il change l’orientation de la caméra enfin il fait sa descente lors du diner. La police est intervenue , Il a craché le morceau lors des interrogations et on a restituée de ce qui restaient des biens .
Oman parce qu’ elle préserve encore son charme, particulièrement diversifiée et reste une destination dépaysante
When went in the desert to visit our new Magic camps, during a “new contents hunting day”. I teached “La Vie en Rose » song to the omani driver I spend the day with. At the end of the day, our duo was ready for “Oman’s Idol” tv show !
Oman of course ! It is an original, wild and welcoming country. Here, you will found all type of landscapes : beach, mountains, wadis, desert… in winter, you may even found snow on top of the mountains ! The country is also self-sufficient with his agriculture (dates, pomegranate, vegetables…) and fishing. Tourism in Oman is well controlled in order to not do mass tourism and this is also a luck. To finish, Omanis are very nice and welcoming, always willing to share their knowledge with the visitors, to offer a real experience and show them the real way of leaving in the Sultanate.
His happened during my first incentive group 20 years ago in Egypt. It was an event for 500 pax in a private villa on the Nile and to get there we had to take a 30 minutes felouka boat sail. Suddenly the caterer found out that he forgot all wine openers on the other side of the river and he needs to bring it asap before the guests noticed. So I volunteered to do it and persuaded the police officer on duty to lend me his speed boat, so I could return back in 10 minutes. The officer wondered if I know how to ride the Zodiac boat – “Sure! That’s a piece of cake for me” was the answer. But what was his surprise when I confidently stepped into the Zodiac and the boat swayed. I couldn’t keep my balance and fell into the water in front of the entire group, colleagues and the police officer, who couldn’t stop laughing
Immaculate walls and the harmony of its architecture.