July 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;7/21/2006, Special section p15
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's experience of having encountered clients with unrealistic expectations during their travel. Travel agents are confronted with situations where customers are left unsatisfied with the services that the agency has offered. However, travelers fail to realize the significance of budget in suggesting for best destinations and accommodations.


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