Chai Digest October 20-26: Rabbis in the great outdoors

To Assist Devout Vacationers, Rabbis Head to Great Outdoors is a fun piece from the WSJ.

The WSJ also reports on Singapore’s efforts to shrug off its staid image in Singapore Undergoes a Glitzy Makeover.

Rebuilding Haiti, and Its Tourism from Travel + Leisure explores a country that is on the move and has become a passion of mine since my recent trip. Loyalty Traveler highlights a way you can contribute right now.

Hyatt’s Mark Hoplamazian: Quantifying the Value of Customer Service from Knowledge@Wharton is an insider’s perceptive at the business of being a hotelier.

Foreign Affairs tells a sad tale in Honduras Gone Wrong. I visited Honduras earlier this year and had a lovely time but steered clear of the major cities.

Cuba has announced it is dropping exit visas. It seems that just about everyone concerned is wary.

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  • Richard
  • dhammer53

    When we were in Chaing Mai Thailand, I saw 3 signs when we were ‘downtown’. One was for Starbucks. One was for McDonald’s, and the other was a sign on a telephone pole pointing to Chabad House.
    If you’ve ever been to CM, you know it’s about as far away from anything. #EndOfTheRoad.

  • @Richard – thanks, I usually test the links but got lazy fighting an incredibly slow (Hilton) connection and just cliked “publish.” Maybe I should have linked to a Hilton article instead.