Travel Trends: From Hippies to Sex Tourism

Richard Moor - Feb 25, 2008
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The post-World War II increase in disposable income and leisure time in the West, the falling cost of air travel, and the introduction of faster, larger planes fuelled the growth of tourism. The tourism industry also began to get involved in independent travel. Agencies such as STA Travel began selling cheap, round-the-world air tickets, and guidebooks gave people access to almost any country...

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