Given the recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Japan, etc., there is a need for Exodus to consider the issue of its customers from the United 'States. While it is appropriate for Exodus to follow the direction of the British Foreign Office, it is important to consider the direction of the United States Dept. of State as well. A recent example would be in travel to Egypt. While the British FO was evaluating travel to the region, the US Dept. of State issued a strongly worded direction against all non-essential travel to the region. Based on that warning, US airlines canceled flights and left those of us from the US in the position of having out government advise against travel to the region and our means of getting to the embarkation point of the tour, yet being unable to cancel our tour because the Foreign Office had not taken similar action.
If Exodus seriously wants those of us from the US to join their trips, which I am sure is the case, there must be some consideration given to the directions and warnings issued by OUR government as well as those of Great Britain.