The big question for weary locked-down souls will be—where do I go when international borders reopen with the least chance of being caught in COVID mayhem? It will be a scary big world out there after being closeted in our countries for such a long time.
If you are planning on travelling this summer, chances are that you want to avoid the crowds and find a quiet, safe place to enjoy a relaxing holiday. You may be limited in choice of where you can travel to, but you can find tranquil secret spots anywhere in the world. This is the perfect time to get off the beaten track and discover hidden gems that may not normally have been on your radar. Save the holiday hotspots for post-pandemic and follow our top tips for avoiding busy crowds.
Travel is tentatively restarting around the world, but if we have the choice what is the safest way for us to travel around? Should we be shunning flights in favour of boats or trains, or is flying the best option for lowering your chances of contracting Covid?
Working from home has become the norm during the pandemic, bringing benefits such as savings on travel and wearing comfortable clothes throughout the day – but it’s also given rise to the popularity of workcations.
Every year the United Nations publishes the World Happiness Report, analysing data from the previous three years to compile a list of the happiest countries in the world. This year the report is slightly different – only data gathered in 2020 has been used, to create a list of the happiest countries in the world during the Coronavirus pandemic. For the fourth year in a row, Finland has been named the happiest country in the world.
Here in Europe, jetting off for a long weekend holiday in another country was a common occurrence pre-pandemic. With a whole continent on our doorstep, we took advantage of cheap flights and short travel distances to enjoy fleeting trips that flew by. We could jet off across the English Channel or hop on a train and be in a different country in less than an hour, border hopping to our heart’s content. As we move into the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, will weekends away ever resume?
For a lot of different people, an ultimate personal dream is to be able to travel a lot and see and experience the world. If you are going to travel for a while, you may find that you have some financial challenges and stressors to figure out. Fortunately, there continue to be many great ways that you can make some extra money while you are also traveling.