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Teen sues travel giant for almost $1m, claiming holiday food poisoning gave him kidney failure

The 19-year-old boy claims he spent 38 days on dialysis and will develop kidney disease as a result of a resort’s negligence.

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Cruise

NEW BUILD: Viking to introduce Nile river ship

The cruise line has doubled down on its commitment to cruising in Egypt with the promise of a third purpose-built ship.

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Wholesalers

Wendy Wu Tours expands to the Middle East

And today’s reason for why we wish international borders would hurry up and open is this blockbuster new offering from Wendy Wu Tours.

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Wholesalers

Move over feluccas: Why your next Egypt sell needs to be a Nile cruise

Are you ready to sell a new perspective of Egypt? Here’s all you need to know about cruising the Nile River.

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Destinations

Tourism

Tourists injured after bus explosion near Egypt’s Giza pyramids

At least 12 tourists have been injured in a bus explosion near the Giza pyramids in Egypt.

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Destinations

TTC CEO John Veitch tips Egypt as “the hot destination” for 2019

And that’s not just because of the temperature! Though we assume it would also be very hot climate-wise, considering it’s mostly desert.

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Destinations

Greece and Med Travel Centre launch 2019 brochures with big fat Greek celebration

After hearing about all the hot guys Greece has to offer from Gogglebox’s Anastasia and Faye, we’re ready to book our tickets now.

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Wholesalers

Travellers returning to middle east hot spots

G Adventures has reported huge growth in trips to Egypt and Jordan, while TW has reported equally significant progress in our intern’s tea making skills.

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Destinations

What are Forbes’ 10 ‘Coolest Cities’ for 2018?

Forbes has unveiled its coolest cities for 2018. In other cool news, we just found our old pair of hot pink Crocs.

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Aviation

Qatar Airways responds to travel ban

by Hannah Edensor

Qatar Airways claims it’s business as usual, amid rumours the CEO has installed a punching bag in his office to control his rage.

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Aviation

What the Qatar ban means for tourism

by Hannah Edensor

Qatar Airways appears to be up a certain creek that rhymes with ‘pit’ and starts with ‘sh’, all without a paddle to bail itself out.

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Aviation

Which airline just flew its first all-female crew?

Reports claim the female crew were blinded by celebratory confetti and streamers on this flight. Yes we made that up, that would be very dangerous.

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