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YOU’VE BEEN FRAMED! THIS WEEK’S PICTURES FROM THE FRONTLINE OF TRAVEL


1. WITH GOOD GRACE: Grace Smith, of Tui’s Portsmouth branch, wins Travel Weekly’s Mystery Shopper prize for August after finding a couple a two-week holiday in Tunisia this autumn. Smith bags a week's all-inclusive holiday at an Elite Islands Resorts property.


2. BOARD MEETING: Club Med staff receive updates from tourist board Visit Maldives about developments planned across the islands, including the opening of 23 resorts this year, at the operator’s offices in Wimbledon.


3. CRUISE CLUB: More than 500 guests listen to presentations from leading cruise lines including Viking Cruises, Hurtigruten, AmaWaterways and Riviera Travel at the Yorkshire Cruise Show in the King’s Hall & Winter Garden in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.


4. FROM ADVERSITY TO AWARD: Hays Travel’s Alexandra Turner-Davis, who overcame progressive throat cancer in 2014, scoops the award for North East advanced apprentice of the year at the Hilton in Gateshead. Turner-Davis is pictured with Anthony Knowles, National Apprenticeship Service (left) and Ivan Jepson, Gateshead College.


5. WORLD IS YOUR OYSTER: Nigel Goldsworthy, of Hays Travel in Weymouth, is handed a bottle of prosecco by Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Alison Leeke for making a world cruise booking with the line. Hays Travel branches have sold 22 CMV world cruise bookings for travel in 2020.


olution pictures, with captions, to harry.kemble@travelweekly.co.uk 4 October 2018 travelweekly.co.uk 45


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