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This letter was posted around Medellin, including in tourist hotspot Parque Lleras. You already done with cities in Southeast Asia and some others in Europe. NOW you are coming to our city. If we are so called third world is also your fault. The letter has generated a good deal of debate on the interwebz, but it will have no desired effect. How could it be more effective? Having so many errors in language and punctuation make it easy for a reader to dismiss the entire letter, regardless of the content of the message.
English aside, the written mechanics are poor. The writing is not good even based on the poor writing skills of the average Latin American.
If writing in English and addressing to foreigners, you need to step you game up. The author must know somebody who speaks English fairly fluently who could have looked over this. Come on, bro. Do the work. Verification is back in style, having roared back with a vengeance since Falsehoods and misleading statements are out. And like poor spelling and grammar, inaccuracy can lead people to dismiss everything you say.
The population influx came in the 19th century, making is a young city on Colombian and Latin American standards. Idiot alert! Many Colombians may depend on tourism for their livelihoods. While 1. Cutting tourism in half would cut your less-than-stellar growth in half. In other words, tourism in Colombia is not much compared to other countries in the region. While Peru has inarguably superior tourist attractions, including the crown jewel of the continent, it is a smaller country.
To the contrary, it would call for getting more aggressive or creative in attracting tourists. Hard to believe? For another example, one of the graphs on Colombia Reports shows that over half of foreign tourists to Colombia come from other countries in Latin America. So if you want to reduce tourism, you would have a greater impact by writing your letter in Spanish and addressing it to other Latins.