At the March SITE European University, Alexander Granaada, a Netherlands-based travel consultant, told a nearly unbelievable tale of bad timing. His car manufacturing client, Opel, had booked an incentive trip to Bali, until the November fires in Borneo and the crash of a Garuda airliner scared off several of the top qualifiers. Opel decided to opt for another destination, at whatever cost, just three months out. Its top priority: an exotic destination on the ocean, so it could carry through ...

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