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Mr Waymark, originally from Swansea, also leaves behind a younger brother, girlfriend and parents, Mrs Ikel said.
Waymark, of Southampton, had previ-ously sent the woman's solicitors threatening letters.
The Waymark team has almost doubled over the past two years and is now 15-strong.
Go through a gate, head towards the woods and a stream, turn right at the stream and follow it for 300m before entering the wood at a waymark.
Turn sharp right along the field edge and curve to the left to reach a grass mound next to the farm buildings with a pair of waymark posts.
Responding to demand from its customers for a wider geographical spread of tours, Waymark has included the Inca Trail in Peru, Everest Base Camp and Kilimanjaro to its extensive portfolio of trips.
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This is precisely what Waymark most admires about her: "My ideal woman is the one who, knowing every darkest secret of life, keeps yet a pure mind--as you do, Ida" (131).
Waymark also features New Hampshire and Quebec, plus a selection of weekend breaks departing on Thursday evenings.
pounds 500 pounds 500TUSCANY (7nts, s/c), Oct 22, pounds 467, Stansted, Cottages to Castles (01622 775 217); PORTUGAL (7nts, s/c), Oct 15, pounds 485, Heathrow, Waymark Holidays (01753 516 477); MED CRUISE (7nts, f/b), Oct 25, pounds 499, Heathrow, The Leading Cruise Agents Alliance (0870 122 5115).
The firm added there was a major opportunity in the sector and they were continuing to build with acquisitions including The Adventure Company, Exodus, Waymark, Trek America and Trips Worldwide.
Nicky Waymark, Winalot brand manager, said: "The proven instant win mechanic will drive trial from a wider audience, who will be interested in the film and the promotions while guaranteeing a higher average weight of purchase among existing customers.