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News 05.11.15 Good sports all round


Different nationalities embraced the WTM London spirit this year, with culture, traditions and even sporting prowess finding their way across hundreds of stands throughout ExCeL


PERU PISCO SOUR HOUR: There certainly weren’t any sour faces on the Peru stand when trays of the country’s most famous traditional drink, Pisco Sour, came out. It was Pisco Sour Hour in this part of South America, which seemed to go down well with everyone on the stand, including a certain Paddington bear, who, despite his Peruvian origins normally favours marmalade.


FAIR PLAY: The tourism bodies of Australia and New Zealand put their rugby differences aside to celebrate all things Antipodean at this year’s WTM London. Pictured are Anna Basten and David Olding from Tourism Australia and Sandra Miller and Holly Dale, from Tourism New Zealand.


RED AHEAD: The India tourism board (IN300/IN350) continued showing off the cultural traditions of the country as its dancers Prianka Kashap, Nishita Goswami and Tanve Sharma took to the floor.


2016 GOAL: Jordan used its stand (ME140, ME150) to show off women’s football skills in preparation for the U-17 Women's World Cup which takes place next year.


GRAND OPENING: Dancers dressed in traditional Malaysian style gathered for the opening of the Malaysian stand AS500.


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JET POWER: Etihad and its airline partners Air Seychelles, Air Serbia, Air Berlin and Jet Airways all came together at WTM London.


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