実践ビジネス英語 2019/5/15 L3(4)Wellness Tourism





実践ビジネス英語 2019/5/15 L3(4)Wellness Tourism
健康増進のためのツアー

McMillan says people on wellness tours can still do typically touristy things. He says he and his wife are currently thinking about two possible locations. And that tour they’re considering offfers hiking, swimming and surfing lessons. Grace describes why she thinks wellness tourism has become so popular.

surroundings 環境、周囲の状況
The things and circumstances around us that make up the experience of being in that place. Imagine you’ve moved to new neighborhood. You might say, “I’m going to explore my new surroundings this weekend. I’ll check out the local shops and restaurants and such.
touristy 観光客向けの、観光客がよく行う
Aimed for tourists, full of tourists. Not always, but sometimes, negative connotation. Like say, a friend is visiting from another country, you tell them, We’ll avoid that touristy spots. I’ll take you to the good shops, and restaurants that Japanese people go to.
tourist spots, touristy spots touristy trap
And you can even call like a whole city, like a touristy trap. You know, it’s really crowded, and prices are inflated in everything. Oh, no, no, no. Don’t go to the city X. It’s just a total tourist trap.
see the sights 名所を見物する, do the sights
Or “take in the sights” that works too.
cuisine(仏)料理(法)
as they say よく言われるように、いわゆる
Ueda says, As they say, moderation in all things. As expressed in this saying, or commonly used expression. “As the saying goes” is a similar term. Things like a bird in a hand is worth two in the bush, as they say. Or as the saying goes, Never put off until tomorrow what you can do to today.
moderation in all things 何事もほどほどに、何事も中庸がよい
Ueda could also turn this around and say, “All things in moderation.” It means “We should take a middle path.” Too much of something is not good, but neither is too little. Working hard, for example, it’s a good thing, but we shouldn’t risk our health by working too much. All things in moderation.
Moderation in eating and drinking. 適度に飲食
destination 行き先、目的地
The place you’re headed, or you intend to go. A custom officials at the airport, you know, might ask you, “And what you’re final destination? In the United States? Where is the place you will stop traveling.
toss-up 五分五分の見込み
McMillan means there’s no clear reason to choose Thailand or Costa Rica, they both seem equally good. Likewise you could be choosing between two apartments. And you say, “It’s a toss-up. They are both in good location, and both are fairly big.
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