many people believe that every individual is responsible for his /her own healthy lifestyle. others believe that governments should take care of it. discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

The diagrams illustrate some changes to a small
which has been developed for tourism. It is clear that the
has changed considerably with the introduction of tourism. The main developments are that the
is accessible and visitors have somewhere to stay. Looking at the maps, we can see that the accommodation was built to cater to
any of various alternatives; some other
visit come to the
. There is a reception building built in the middle and a restaurant
the north of the reception. Before these developments, the
was completely bare apart from a few trees. There are
other facilities built
up on
in contact with, on top of
include a pier, where boat can dock. There is
a short road linking the pier with the reception and restaurant, and footpaths connect the hut.
, there is a design swimming area for tourists off a beach on the
of the
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