Queenstown hospitality

Old May 3rd, 2020, 05:19 PM
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Queenstown hospitality

Queenstown hotel remains open for one special guest, and she was also issued a two-year visitor visa.
https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/queens...n-single-guest

Generous members of the Queenstown community also recently helped a large group of Brazilians, who had been living and working in NZsome for many years, return to Brazil.
https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/queens...ns-return-home
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Thanks for sharing those stories, Diamantina.

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I'm glad you enjoyed the articles. Some people think of Queenstown as nothing but a tourist trap, but when the going got rough, its residents showed compassion and genorosity. It's been hard-hit by the lockdown and the absence of tourists, but the community has pitched in to help visitors who were stranded and migrant workers who are now without work.
NZ is about to enter Lockdown Level 2, which will allow us to travel domestically. Hopefully, this will help out Queenstown.
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