Monday May 21, 2018
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Heading to Europe? Remind clients to watch out for their wallets, in more ways than one

Royal wedding fever has taken over and with Harry and Meghan’s nuptials this weekend more than a few clients will be thinking Europe. But while they’re on holiday and transfixed by the sight of some of the world’s greatest cultural treasures, a few unsavoury characters could have their eye on their wallet.
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Cayman Islands launches ‘Official Guide to the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean’

The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism debuted its brand new Culinary Guide with an intimate cooking and mixology demonstration at the LCBO Summerhill this week in Toronto.
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Earthquakes damage roads as ash falls from Hawaii volcano

Earthquakes were damaging roads and buildings on Hawaii's Big Island on Wednesday as ash emissions streamed from Kilauea volcano.
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New Orleans CVB rebrands itself with brand new name

What’s in a name? Plenty, as the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau (NOCVB) is finding out. As part of a new rebrand, the organization is now officially known as New Orleans & Company, a name that represents its many members and partners.
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Peter Pan’s Neverland has just been found off the coast of this country

You can fly! You can fly, you can fly all the way to Neverland, the island of eternal youth from ‘Peter Pan’, which has just been found off the coast of Belize.
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New lava fissure prompts more evacuations in Hawaii

A new fissure in Hawaii’s Puna District sent gases and lava exploding into the air, spurring officials to call for more evacuations as residents waited for a possible major eruption at Kilauea volcano’s summit.
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French trains widely disrupted as rolling strikes resume

French train traffic is widely disrupted as rail workers prepare to hold a union vote on the government’s plan to revamp the national railway company SNCF.
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Undaunted by U.S. backtracking, Cuba forges ahead with new hotel plans

Cuba is aiming for at least 103,000 new hotel rooms and eight new hotels by 2030.
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50,000 Vegas casino workers to vote on strike over contract

The union representing 50,000 Las Vegas casino employees whose contracts will expire at the end of the month announced Wednesday the workers are set to vote on whether to strike, a move that could cripple the city.
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With 72m tourists last year, Orlando achieves new record for U.S. travel

More than 70 million visitors came to the Orlando area last year, setting a record despite the closing of its theme parks and airports during Hurricane Irma.
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