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Conservación del agua en la industria turistico
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Oaxaca City, Mexico – 2007 Rural Tourism Fair

Marlene Ehrenberg explains how the tourism industry can go a better job of conserving water. The follow-up to this presentation is a review of hotels with Oaxaca’s bed and breakfast association and a public presentation. The following is the anouncement en español.

ANUNCIO

CIUDAD DE OAXACA, MEXICO – El grupo Oaxaca Bed and Breakfast – www.oaxacabedandbreakfast.org – ha invitado la experta Marlene Ehrenberg para hacer unas investigaciones y ponencias acerca el tema de la conservación del agua en la industria turistico.

Ehrenberg llega a Oaxaca y hace su presentacion con los miembros de la
asociación y el público el 5 de Mayo, 6pm, Hotel Las Mariposas, Pino Suárez # 517.

"La urgencia de tener un programa homogeneo sobre el ahorro de agua afecta
a todos en México," asegura Marlene Ehrenberg Enriquez, quien ha creado el
programa ConservAgua.

"Oaxaca se pone las pilas y sera punta de flecha de este tan urgente
programa que concientiza y educa a los servidores turisticos, en todos sus
niveles y sus huespedes."

ACERCA CONSERVAGUA

ConserAgua inicio en 1993 en el simpocio de Turismo, Ecologia y Municipios en el Hotel El Cid en Mazatlan. El programa ha sido presentado en conferencias y se ha copiado en varios hoteles y grandes cadenas.

En mayo 2006 fue reconocida por SEMARNAT dentro de la nueva Norma NMX-AA-133-SCFI-2006, Requisitos y especificaciones para obtener Certificado de sustentabilidad del Ecoturismo.

Actualmente estan en platicas con el IMTA (Instituto Mexicano de Tecnologia del Agua) para unir esfuerzos con su manual de "Encaucemos el Agua" y el programa "ConservAgua" para aplicar a la hoteleria.

Dice Ehrenberg: "El problema es que no hay un metodo educativo para realmente aplicar las medidas correctas. La ignorancia nos esta saliendo muy cara."

Un turismo sustentable, responsable es una gran contribucion para hacer conciencia del cuidado de tan vital liquido. El agua es sagrada, hay que aquilatar su verdadero valor y actuar consecuentemente cuidandola.

El Logo es un caracol marino de inspiracion Teotihuacana que veneraban a la naturaleza en forma de deidades.

Una de las acciones mas inmediatas y faciles de implementar en cualquier
hospedaje es la frecuencia del cambio voluntario de sábanas y toallas del hueped, durante su estancia de varios días. Regaderas y llaves ahorrativas, riego por goteo.

CONTACTO

Marlene Ehrenberg Enriquez
Turismo Responsable y Ecoturismo
www.marlene-ehrenberg.com.mx

REFERENCIAS

Agua – Foro Planeta
forum.planeta.com/viewforum.php?f=38

Marlene Ehrenberg – Foro Planeta
forum.planeta.com/viewtopic.php?t=760

Hainanese Chicken with Ginger Garlic Sauce – Soup Restaurant
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The Hainanese Chicken at Soup Restaurant is very good, especially the ginger and garlic sauce it is served with!

It is more a place for traditional Chinese herbal soups cooked in earthenware pots, but the rest of the food is good too. Nowadays, it has become a chain with outlets in many smaller local shopping malls.

The main restaurant is at Scotts Road, not the one we went to.

三盅两件 Soup Restaurant
25 Scotts Road, #02-01 DFS Scotts Walk
Phone: 6333 8033

Reviews:
- www.foodtourist.com/FTGuide/Content/I425.htm The Samsui women were poverty stricken inner-city dwellers who subsisted on a meagre diet. Once a year, however, during the Chinese New Year they would prepare a feast based on chicken served with ginger sauce. This is now one of the most popular dishes served at the Soup Kitchen in both Smith Street in Chinatown and at the newer Seah Street outlet (in the small street that is nestled in behind Raffles Hotel).
The Samsui chicken is served on a large white plate centred by a bowl of roughly minced ginger sauce. Surrounding the bowl are pieces of boneless (although it has been cooked on the bone), perfectly cooked white chicken in the Hainan style. Surrounding this again is a ring of sliced cucumber. On a small plate to the side there a pile of lettuce leaves. You pick up a lettuce leaf, place some chicken and cucumber in it top it with some ginger sauce and then delight in the harmonious flavours that await. This is not just a good dish – this is a great dish!

- Soup Restaurant – Time Out Singapore There are several outlets, but it’s hard to beat the one on Scotts Road for its kitsch interiors, modelled after a traditional Chinese home. These are almost unnecessary distractions from the very good menu stuffed with comfort food. Bestsellers are the intensely flavoured double-boiled herbal soups.
- Soup Restaurant, Paragon, Singapore – The Travelling Hungryboy
- Soup Restaurant – Frommer’s This simple eatery specializes in Samsui ginger chicken, moist, fragrant steamed chicken dipped in ginger sauce and wrapped in lettuce.

Photos:
- Serving soup
- Samsui Chicken with Ginger and Garlic Sauce
- Dad, Rebecca, Julia, Alpha
- Steamed Fish Fillets
- Steamed Rice with Chicken and Chinese Sausage
- Claypot Tofu and Salted Fish
- Chinese Olive Rice
- Decor

Update 2008.05.18: Samsui Women

Dad, Rebecca, Julia, Alpha – Soup Restaurant
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Image by avlxyz
The Hainanese Chicken at Soup Restaurant is very good, especially the ginger and garlic sauce it is served with!

It is more a place for traditional Chinese herbal soups cooked in earthenware pots, but the rest of the food is good too. Nowadays, it has become a chain with outlets in many smaller local shopping malls.

The main restaurant is at Scotts Road, not the one we went to.

三盅两件 Soup Restaurant
25 Scotts Road, #02-01 DFS Scotts Walk
Phone: 6333 8033

Reviews:
- www.foodtourist.com/FTGuide/Content/I425.htm The Samsui women were poverty stricken inner-city dwellers who subsisted on a meagre diet. Once a year, however, during the Chinese New Year they would prepare a feast based on chicken served with ginger sauce. This is now one of the most popular dishes served at the Soup Kitchen in both Smith Street in Chinatown and at the newer Seah Street outlet (in the small street that is nestled in behind Raffles Hotel).
The Samsui chicken is served on a large white plate centred by a bowl of roughly minced ginger sauce. Surrounding the bowl are pieces of boneless (although it has been cooked on the bone), perfectly cooked white chicken in the Hainan style. Surrounding this again is a ring of sliced cucumber. On a small plate to the side there a pile of lettuce leaves. You pick up a lettuce leaf, place some chicken and cucumber in it top it with some ginger sauce and then delight in the harmonious flavours that await. This is not just a good dish – this is a great dish!

- Soup Restaurant – Time Out Singapore There are several outlets, but it’s hard to beat the one on Scotts Road for its kitsch interiors, modelled after a traditional Chinese home. These are almost unnecessary distractions from the very good menu stuffed with comfort food. Bestsellers are the intensely flavoured double-boiled herbal soups.
- Soup Restaurant, Paragon, Singapore – The Travelling Hungryboy
- Soup Restaurant – Frommer’s This simple eatery specializes in Samsui ginger chicken, moist, fragrant steamed chicken dipped in ginger sauce and wrapped in lettuce.

Photos:
- Serving soup
- Samsui Chicken with Ginger and Garlic Sauce
- Dad, Rebecca, Julia, Alpha
- Steamed Fish Fillets
- Steamed Rice with Chicken and Chinese Sausage
- Claypot Tofu and Salted Fish
- Chinese Olive Rice
- Decor

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