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May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/25/2007, Issue 49, p16
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The article reports developments related to travel and tourism in Australia. Adventure World Co. has added short stay modules on its India product that can be combined into comprehensive regional tour. Wendy Wu Tours has offered travel agents the chance to take seven-day tour through southern India. Ausindia Holidays has marked their launch on its 32-page brochure that offers one and two week itineraries, special interest tours.


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