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A-List: World's Top Travel Agents 2011

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Georgia Morgan Johnson
Insider Clout: For a couple with a layover in California, Johnson arranged a last-minute dinner at French Laundry, in Yountville.
Years as Agent: 6.
Other Specialty: Italy.
Fee: $250.

Peter Lloyd
New Favorites: The First Light villa at Eagle’s Nest, in New Zealand’s Bay of Islands, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls and sea views.
Years as Agent: 21.
Other Specialty: Family.
Fee: From $200.


Michelle Bemis +
Excited About: Two new trips by Orion Expedition Cruises: one to Borneo, in the South China Sea, and the other to the Kimberly region, in Australia’s northwest.
Years as Agent: 18.
Other Specialty: Group travel.
Fee: Varies.

Betty Jo Currie
Excited About: Since the government is stabilizing, Currie’s hoping Zimbabwe can regain its place as a top African adventure destinations.
Years as Agent: 18.
Other Specialty: Africa.
Fee: From $250.

Betsy Donley **
Top Tip: To find the elusive tiger fish, Donley sends her clients to Chiawa Camp, in Zambia. After casting with top guides, guests return for gourmet meals.
Years as Agent: 21.
Other Specialty: Africa.
Fee: From $100.

Mollie Fitzgerald
Special Booking: Fitzgerald planned an around-the-world trip that included camping in Antarctica and gorilla trekking in Uganda.
Years as Agent: 26.
Other Specialty: India.
Fee: From $250.

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