The ever-changing situation of COVID-19 pandemic makes it hard to plan or to commit on a travel itinerary. One day we found ourselves ready to get on board and the next day, we received information that our flights were cancelled due to a pandemic-related situation. The lack of information on borders reopening and different approaches in dealing with international outbound and inbound flight are the big factors in why it is difficult to plan an international trip and why there are many people, who are currently abroad, are stranded and cannot find a way home to meet their own families.
Whilst Italy and Greece have allowed inbound traffic from Europe, there are still a few cases when the whole passengers are denied to disembark from their aircraft for tourism after they flew all the way from their home countries. That said, if there’s one thing we should learn from this global pandemic and its relation to our trip abroad, it is that we can’t predict the future. And, the best way to deal with this situation is to be smart on planning our future trip. For this particular part, we have a few tips on how to plan an air travel amidst this tricky situation.
Summer is fast approaching but it feels different from the last year or many years before. Excitement to explore another part of the world either alone or with your loved ones is totally out of the equation. Indeed, COVID-19 global pandemic has brought us to an era where the farthest we can go for a safe and healthy summer vacation is into the woods. Yet, not everyone can simply pack their picnic basket and drive to nearest open woods. Thus making this summer plan is particularly tricky for a woman with kids or a big family. There is still a way to safe the summer vacation from boredom and instead, keep every member of your family happy and satisfied. It doesn’t require flight tickets to the Caribbean. It simply requires creativity and a backyard. Below are a few tips on how to turn your backyard into a land of fun, exhilarating and educative midyear exploration.
In this downtime, lounging at one’s sofa for hours simply to think about what the future holds, might no longer be a luxury. The COVID-19 global pandemic and all the measures entailed gave us an unprecedented moment in which we are charged to retreat from the mundane and explore the metaphysical realm, in hopes that we find clarity in our life purpose and our social role to this world.
It’ll take a few years for the aviation industry to resume to the point where demands are high and people are free to visit places in foreign countries, without any health precautions. And, should we ask, will our future trip be the same as before the COVID-19 global pandemic? The answer is manyfold.