“You get to travel around the country you love, and tell people about it,” she says. “And best of all, you're almost always dealing with people when they're happy — either on holiday or on a break from business. There aren't many jobs that give you that.”
The above describes exactly what it is like to be a tourist guide. It is a part of an article written by Divya Kumar of The Hindu - featuring Rosalind Newlands who is the current president of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA).
Rosalind has guided visitors around her native country Scotland as a qualified professional tourist guide since 1983.
Read the rest of the article: Tour de force in The Hindu.com