A tour guide can provide a great deal of information, but if you want to create a customized one, you’ll need to understand how to get the most out of the information.
A tour is just a guide, and many people get frustrated when they find that their guide doesn’t give enough information, says Mark Condon, a certified tour guide and author of the guidebooks, The Guide to Tour Guides, and Guide to the World.
“If you’re a guide and you have a lot of information and you want it all, you can’t have it all.”
In fact, many guides don’t even give you enough information.
They only tell you what they know, Condon says.
“And then they don’t tell you anything that’s not there,” he adds.
But you don’t have to look very far to find a guide who does give you the information you need.
A guide will tell you how to use the maps and find your way around.
But they also give you information that’s helpful in other areas, like weather and how to find and connect with local attractions.
Condon is one of a few certified tour guides who uses this information to guide people on a tour.
“We all want the same thing: to get to the places that we love,” he says.
But when you do that, the information isn’t always there, Cordon says.
He recommends you start with the basics and work your way up.
“Most people don’t really understand the world of guides, and they can’t find information that they want,” he explains.
“I think it’s the lack of information that really drives people away.”
The Basics of a Guide Most guides have one basic goal when they write a guidebook: to guide you through the process of getting to places that you love.
But many of them don’t give you all the information they need, Ceddonsaysays.
“A guidebook has a lot more information than a map, but they’re missing information,” he notes.
“So they’re trying to make you learn something that you can learn from, or they’re saying, ‘Oh, well, we’ll give you everything, but you’ll have to pay more.'”
You’ll need a guide’s experience, knowledge and knowledge of other guides to get information from a guide.
That experience is important, but it doesn’t guarantee that a guide will give you exactly what you want, says Condon.
“When you have somebody who knows a lot about the world, that’s great, but sometimes you can find it a little bit easier to find it by looking for information on a map or a tour guide,” he cautions.
“But that doesn’t mean that they’re going to be more knowledgeable or more helpful than other guides.”
Condon points to a guide that gave him a guide-level overview of the New York City subway system.
“They really didn’t give me much of what I needed,” he said.
“It was kind of a boring, very basic overview.”
He found the information on the subway system helpful, but Condon believes the guide wasn’t really telling the whole story.
Ceddon says a guide shouldn’t just tell you the city’s subway system, but also its bus, train, and other transportation options.
“That’s all you really need to know, but there are so many other things that you don.t know about the system that you want,” Condon explains.
And that information can be helpful in certain areas.
A good guide will show you the subway maps and bus schedules, Ceadonsays.
But he adds that you may not be able to find information on all the other transportation modes.
Citing the example of the National Weather Service, Caddonsays says the guide may not tell you if the weather is hot or cold in a certain area.
“For example, they may give you a map that says, ‘It’s a bit warm right now, but then it cools down in a couple of days,'” he explains, but that doesn of course mean that you should take that with a grain of salt.
It may be better to just rely on the information in the map, rather than try to guess where it might be and where it isn’t, Coadsays.
Caddsays also recommends that you only use information from guides that have been certified as guide-specific, because some guides are too specialized to tell you all they know about a specific area.
That’s why Condon recommends that all certified guides start with a basic introduction to the basics of a guide: What is a guide?
How do guides communicate with each other?
What’s a good guide to do in a specific location?
What is the difference between a guide on a business trip, and a guide to a wedding?
And what are the different types of guides?
Caddosays suggests you get started with the first four or five pages, and then move on to the next 10 or 20 pages. You can