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Women with Passports

Please join Ixtapa Travel for "Woman with Passports", an informative and fun-filled evening at Banville & Jones. There will be a presentation on exotic destinations by GAP Adventures, followed by Wine & Sides, a paring of wine and small samples of food from different countries. Date: 7 p.m., Aug.27 at 1616 St. Mary's Road. Cost is $30 per personPlease RSVP to Gail at gail@ixtapatravel.ca or call 204-885-0618.

India

The Great Canadian Travel Company is pleased to present an evening on India, touring Rajasthan, exploring history, culture and local experiences. Highlights include visits to the Taj Mahal, Udaipur and Puskhar Fesitval. Escorted from Winnipeg by Aruna Hall and presented by Indus Travel, this 19-day tour departs Nov. 8. 7 p.m., Come join us on Wed. Aug. 29 at the Winnipeg Winter Club, 200 River Ave.. Please RSVP Jo at 949-0199 or email: jo@gctravel.ca

Ultimate Travel Expo

Don't miss Ixtapa Travel's 3rd annual "Ultimate Travel Expo". Discover cultures from around the world through our exciting exhibitors and seminars. Loads of door prizes with the grand prize of two free tickets to Hawaii on Westjet Airlines. Doors open at 5 p.m. on Aug. 30 at the Gates on Roblin, 6945 Roblin Blvd.

Spring Break, Iberia

Globus Tours and Sarbit Travel present an evening on two tours: "Essential Europe", Spring Break March 23-Apr. 3, 2013, visiting Rome, Florence, Lucerne, Paris, London;

and "Iberian Shrines", Sept 9-21, 2013 visiting Lisbon, Fatima, Burgos, Lourdes, Barcelona, Madrid. Join us at 7 p.m. on Wed. Sept 5 at the Philippine Center, 737 Keewatin St. RSVP to Contessa Mendoza-Benson: (204) 786-4889 or email info@sarbittravel.com

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 18, 2012 D2

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