Posted by Crypto Coins on August 11, 2018 12:14:30The everglades Airboat Tour has been trolling us since we began tweeting about the tour on August 8, 2018.
They are currently scheduled to visit the Bahamas, Florida, New Orleans, Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, among other locations.
As you can see, the tour is very well organized.
There are no stops along the way and most of the tickets are for the entire itinerary, not individual stops.
This means the tour will travel from New York to Atlanta, Miami to Orlando, New Jersey to New York, and so on.
The tour also does not provide any of the necessary details regarding which hotels are available.
To be clear, the only way to buy tickets is by buying a ticket on their website, but the tour does not offer any details about the hotels, the actual itinerary or any of that stuff.
The tour has not released any information about the locations of any of these stops, which has led many of us to question the tour’s legitimacy.
What we don’t know for sure is which hotels the tour has actually visited.
So, we decided to dig a little deeper and see if there is any information to back up the tour.
I decided to ask the tour if it had visited any hotels or any other specific locations that could provide us with more information about these hotels.
When I asked them directly about any specific locations they had visited, they replied that they did not have any specific itinerary.
They also confirmed that the tour had not visited any specific hotels.
They did not say which hotels were on the itinerary and said that they would provide any information they had about them.
“We are not going to release any info about hotels that we haven’t been to in a while.
It’s just going to be a general tour and we’re not going into any specific areas,” said an email from a tour spokesperson that was sent to us.
According to the tour, they will be visiting New York on September 17, Miami on September 18, Orlando on September 19, and Atlanta on September 20.
One of the hotels on the tour also confirmed to me that the ticket prices for the tour were not listed in any of their websites, but they were listed on their Facebook page.
There are two hotel listings on the site.
Both of the hotel listings are for one-night stays.
In a photo posted on their Instagram account, one of the photos shows a sign with a number that matches the hotel that they are visiting.
But the other photo shows a hotel that does not have the number “1-800-222-1177” and instead has the hotel number “The Beach Club Hotel,” which is listed as “The Shore Club.”
The hotel listed on the Instagram page does not exist.
Another photo posted by the tour shows a photo of a hotel with a phone number.
We also found a hotel listing on their Google Maps, but it does not show a phone # for the hotel.
After our request, the email sent to the company confirmed that all of their hotels have not been booked and that they will not be making any updates on the hotel’s Facebook page for the foreseeable future.
Since there is no website for the company that claims to be the tour company, I contacted the company directly and asked them if they had any updates.
A representative for the Everglades Tour emailed back and said, “We have not booked any hotels for the everglade tour.
There is a lot of misinformation circulating on the internet, including rumors of hotels not being available, and we have no information to corroborate these claims.
We would like to provide you with information on the hotels we have booked, so that you can make an informed decision about the quality of our tour.”
We have also reached out to a company that has advertised the tour and has no updates to offer.
Despite the lack of updates to date, it seems that the evergreen tour is trolling us and doing a great job of convincing us that it is legit.
Here are a few of the questions we have been asking and getting answered: Are there any specific cities on the Evergreen tour that they have visited?
How many cities are on the list of cities that they intend to visit?
What is the exact date of the tour?
When will the tour be complete?
Is the tour scheduled to depart on August 19?
Can you provide us a map of the locations that the Evergreens tour will visit?
We have been reaching out to the Everwoods Tour for answers to these questions and we will update this post if we hear back.