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THE 2013 UNWTO and WTM Ministers´ Summit at the World Travel Market (WTM) will put a spotlight on the essential connection between air transport and tourism, debating the challenges and opportunities of promoting higher policy coordination between aviation and tourism (London, United Kingdom.

EKITI state governor Dr Kayode Fayemi at the has inaugurated the phase one of the multi Billion naira ikogosi warm spring project with a promise of continuous development of tourism potentials in the state to so as to make the state a hub of tourism in the Southwest and for economic benefits of Ekiti people. The events draw eminent personalities from all walks of life most of who shower encomiums and commendation for Dr Kayode Fayemi for the initiatives Dr Fayemi while speaking at the

THE Deputy President of the Senate, Sen. Ike Ekweremadu, says President Jonathan's visit to Israel would benefit Nigeria in many ways, in addition to spiritual dimension of the visit. He said this in an interview with newsmen.
Ekweremadu said that aside from the normal Pilgrimage activities in the Holy Land, the President in company of state governors and some top government functionaries

MINISTER Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture accompanied by his PS and members of his Secretariat led a delegation to the New Savoy Hotel project on the promenade at popular Beau Vallon Beach. The Minister's delegation also included representatives from the Seychelles Tourism Board.

Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in the country after Toronto and the fifteenth-largest in North America. It is the home of many international organizations including International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). It is a very beautiful city worth visiting, Austin Jacobson who recently returned from Canada could not but hold its breath when in was in Montreal. Excerpt:

BIENVENUE à Montreal which means welcome to Montreal. Now that's hospitality with a distinctly French flavor and what could be more appropriate for the second largest French-speaking metropolis in the world. But French is only one of 35 or so languages you will hear on the streets of this international island city of 1.6 million

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