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Always worth a reminder CK, as Tourism can be a tricky beast to tame, at least when it comes to extracting the most out of our island visitors.
I would also add a few key pointers as to the activity of El Presidente:
i) Whilst obvious, do not simply "skip" thrugh the narrative around issuing an edict, unless you are completely familiar with the implications. All too often an adict can be issued that has a negative impact upon tourists as a secondary element;
ii) Prompt "refreshment" of tourist-supporting edicts. Ensure that as the edict is close to lapsing you quickly re-issue it. Once glance at the Tourist rating/ earnings/ volumes of visitors shows the consequence of not paying closer attention. (As an aside, I don't like the T3 "hover" requirement and preferred the original "colouring" of the edict to show time elapsed.)
iii) Care must be shown when allowing even the slightest glint of "steel" in your rulership style. By this I refer to the impact of various oppressive techniques, the use of elections, presence of miltary establishments/ statues/ soldiers to the scoring. Reference should be made to the Almanac, within which you can track the changes in relation to your activity;
iv) CK provides an excellent summary of attracting staff to this area. Be mindful however of the impact of changes to non-tourist employment and what this may do to your maids etc. It can be quite tempting to offer a generous salary to the coffee farmers you are trying to encoruage, without thinking of the impact on your hotels and other tourist attractions.
Other than that, happy plundering of the tourist purse.