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About the Author

Travel consultant, teacher in the College Tourism Techniques, speaker, author and travel journalist for various types of media, and on the radio, Ariane Arpin-Delorme is passionate about everything she undertakes. You can read her column, Plier bagage, bimonthly via the application TC Nouvelles. She founded the agency Esprit d’Aventure in 2013, where she acts as the president and travel agency for customized trips. Having visited 55 countries, she has accumulated a host of varied experiences in the tourism industry and realised several international cooperation projects. Her driving forces: travel to meet other peoples, climb the highest summits in the world and head off on a sailboat…

Real Life Stories

Kenya ban

Published November 30, 2016

Teaching in Tourism…Live from Kenya and South Africa!

Ariane Arpin-Delorme Teacher, Collège LaSalle

In December 2015, I presented you with a Real Life Story that transported you to Japan. I am doing it again this month of November 2016, only this time I am leading you towards Kenya and South Africa. I have the opportunity to work both as a teacher in the Tourism Techniques at Collège LaSalle and as a consultant and travel agent of customized trips in an agency that I created. Animal safari trips are one of our specialities.

Tourism

Real Life Stories

Lanternes

Published January 18, 2016

Teaching Tourism… From Japan!

Ariane Arpin-Delorme Teacher, Collège LaSalle

In May 2015, Collège LaSalle’s ICT committee sent out a call for proposals to all teachers, inviting anyone interested in integrating technology into their teaching practice to submit a project proposal. At that point, I had just been invited to an Asian tourism trade show and to a familiarization tour of Tokyo, scheduled to take place in the fall of 2015. I applied for a grant and was informed in August that my project had been chosen. This meant I was going to be able to teach a blended course to my “Cultural and Tourist Attractions of Asia and the South Pacific” students, starting in a regular classroom. Then, from September 20th to October 5th, 2015, my classes would be live from Japan!

Tourism