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New Brochure
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I have recived your new brochure today, and I must say that I was somewhat dissapointed in its content. I have traveled with J.Y. for a number of years and have always had a good time. Unfortunatly it looks like I will have to book with a different company next year. I really wanted to go back to Africa, and have been to both destinations offered. I also notice that Namibia is missing, I went on this trip last year and it was great.
Brian.
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Post: #2
Hi Brian
Namibia was a big success as a holiday but we wanted to try something different this year -hence Sri Lanka and also the Silk Road to Samarkand being added for 2010.
I'm sorry we don't have more options in Southern Africa for you, but perhaps you might be interested in North Africa? We offer Moroccan Discovery, Tunisia and two tours to Egypt. It's a very different side of Africa but every bit as interesting, I think.
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Olly, your editor
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Dear Olly,
I have been on 3 'Just You' holidays in the past and have really enjoyed them but I too was disappointed in the new brochure.Many of the places I hoped to visit in the future have been removed.eg. Poland,Argentina & Brazil and India.Are these likely to be included in the 2nd edition later in the year or is there not going to be one? Sadly,like Brian, I may have to give 'Just You' a miss next year which would be a shame.

Kind regards Penny C
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Hi Penny

I'm sorry you felt disappointed with the new brochure. We like to make a few changes every year and there's every chance that the holidays you mention might return in some form at a later date. I do think that quite a few of our current tours might appeal to you.

If you are interested in Poland I would strongly recommend our Grand Rail Tour of Eastern Europe. Six out of the 12 days are spent in Poland, and you also get to see Budapest, Vienna and Prague.

And if you want to see latin America I can't speak highly enough of Peru or Mexico. The ancient civilisations of the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas are fascinating and the people are so friendly.

Sri Lanka is an intriguing alternative to India, with a similar climate and landscape but a predominately buddhist culture and all that goes with that.

Do let me know if there's anything else I can help with.

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Olly, your editor

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