2013 North America

2013 North America CAD

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10 THE WORLD ACCORDING TO G People of all ages, backgrounds and incomes travel with G Adventures, and the one thing they have in common is that they don't like being herded around like a bunch of tourists. Our staff will talk you through the trip selection process to determine which destination, trip and departure fits you best. Read on for a full accounting of our differences. › Local transport › Sweet sleeps › Memorable menus › Global groups How you get around largely depends on your choice of Trip Style and Service Level. Sometimes, we'll use a combination of local transportation— buses, taxis, commuter trains, that sort of thing—because it's the most economical and colourful way to go. On our Comfort trips, however, you could find yourself on a plane or private air-conditioned bus. We try to pick accommodations that reflect the character of the places you visit. Depending on the location and your trip's Service Level, this could mean a handpicked downtown hotel one night, a unique homestay the next, and camping under the stars the night after that. Experiencing the full flavour of a new place is one of the best parts of travelling. We include some meals in the price of your trip, while others are left open to discover regional delicacies on your own and in deference to your budget. You'll eat everything from home-cooked feasts, dinners at renowned restaurants and whatever looks good at the market stall. The average G Adventures group is about 12 people, often a mix of single travellers, friends travelling together and couples, all of varying ages and from all over the world. You'll find just about every type of person in your group. But, they do share one thing in common— they enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded travellers.

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