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tipping tour directors

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i am booked on a tour with go ahead tours to france in may. the tour & getting there is going to take most of my money, so imagine my surprise when I read on the ght site that "it's customary" to "offer" a tip to the tour director, tour guide and driver -- from $5-$1 per day of the tour. i'm sorry but i just can't see doing that. am i being unreasonable or is this truly customary?
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