Hill, Maureen
January 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);1/30/2009, p34
Trade Publication
The article presents the relative incidence of testing the ingenuity of travel agent by male clients wanting to please their wives and girlfriends. It notes that surprise trips for lovers always drag in an individual to a conspiratorial liaison that can easily be misinterpreted. The incidence shared by John Knighton, sales manager at African Pride, regarding the complaint for the company which finished pitting the husband against the wife.


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