I don’t have the answer to this question, and that’s a shame.
I am just going to leave it at that.
The tourism industry has been devastated by the Ebola virus, and its affected the tourism industry in the United States as well.
But for now, the question is why are tourists leaving their homes and going to other places when the disease is on the brink of a complete collapse?
It’s possible that the answer lies with the fact that the economy has been hit hard.
In the past two years, tourism in Georgia has been in a tailspin, and the tourism market has been losing ground to the African Union and the European Union.
Georgia’s economy was already suffering under the recession of 2010-11, when tourism revenue fell by 40 percent.
And now, with the Ebola pandemic, tourism revenue is at an all-time low, and Georgia’s tourism industry is going through a tough time.
The problem is that tourism isn’t an industry that can survive in the current climate.
Tourism can’t make a comeback in Georgia if it doesn’t attract people.
And the Ebola outbreak has left Georgia’s economy with little to no room for growth.
The economy is being destroyed and it’s a very bad situation for tourism, and it has the potential to continue to hurt tourism in the long run.
I would like to hear from you.
Do you have any thoughts on this, or do you believe tourism is in a bad place in Georgia?
Sources: Reuters, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Travelers.com, The Daily Telegraph