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Dilmah star visits Mount Cook

Dilmah star visits Mount Cook

Merrill J.
Fernando, Denis Callesen
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Picture story from The Hermitage Aoraki Mount Cook
1 April 2008

Dilmah star visits Mount Cook

Taking a tea break from his busy schedule, Merrill J. Fernando, the founder of Dilmah Tea (as seen on TV) and Chairman of MJF Group, visited the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre at Aoraki Mount Cook today.

He is seen here with The Hermitage General Manager Denis Callesen.


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