Trail of Feathers

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Most cruises will provide you with their tipping guidelines when on board. It's a complex network of leveraged debt, where consumers, banks, states and even the federal government are all limping along in a state of never-ending bankruptcy. Venezuela is the same, I wouldn't walk round some areas of Caracas as 4am in the morning, but hey I come from Leeds and lived for many years in Johannesburg and I wouldn't walk round some areas of those cities at 4am in the morning either.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Phoenix (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) (January 10, 2002)

ISBN: 0753813173

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