October 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);10/8/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2038, p34
Trade Publication
Photographs of several personalities of hospitality industry at different events including Gemma Trickey and Rachel Taylor from Regal Travel in south Wales, Penny Bones from Southern Cross Travel, Kate Harris from Inspired Travel and Cathie O'Dea from Travel Counsellors at Dominican Republic Appreciation Dinner and Ball in London, and John Kent Institute in Tourism PhD students including Gregory Kapusunski, Zornitza Yovcheva and Nicolas Gregori meeting their lecturers are presented.


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