Instead of fighting the crowd at a tourist attraction
maybe Hyde and seek what attracts the tourists…
Hyde Street, Powell & Hyde Cable Car, San Francisco, California
September 10, 2014
“I’ll be waiting for you at the train station with a Logan sign” – Edgar, arranging our 11 PM Ollantaytambo, Perú, pickup after our arrival from Machu Picchu.
October 12, 2014
“Hi, Edgar. It’s been 4 weeks since my family and I visited Perú and it still hasn’t left my mind. I loved the quaint cities and the ruins, but most importantly, I loved the people. We are so thankful for the opportunity to have met you as a guide, and as a friend. I hope that all is going well with your business. Until we return, God bless you. – Logan”
LCP has Edgar’s cell phone # and home address, but both can only be reached while in Perú. LCP arranges for the package to be delivered to the hotel where we stayed while visiting Urubama. The hotel staff agrees to call Edgar when the package arrives at the hotel.
LCP mails the package, and then emails the hotel each week to see if its arrived.
November 26, 2014
LCP emails the hotel and is told that her package has arrived, but Edgar’s cell phone # does not work.
December 1, 2014
LCP receives a response, an email, from the Tambo del Inka, Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado, Urubama, Perú:
Edgar picked up his package.
Better late than never…
to let someone know that you care.