Air travel means spending time in security lines and airport terminals, which puts you into close contact with other people. As travel slowly recovers, planes are becoming more crowded, which means you will likely sit close to other people, often for hours, which raises your risk.
Plan ahead for your winter escape with a buy-out of Panama’s 14-island Islas Secas resort, available starting in December.
To take the private island experience to the next level this winter, head 20 miles off the Pacific coast of Panama to Islas Secas, a resort spread out over a privately owned, 14-island archipelago dotting the Gulf of Chiriquí. While the resort is currently closed in adherence with Covid-19-related restrictions, it’s planning to reopen in high style this December by offering the chance to buy-out the whole place, for rates starting a $18,000 a night. The resort will also be rolling out new private jet transfers from Panama City’s international airport which, when added to the host of included services and amenities, will help ensure a winter getaway that’s both memorable and the ultimate in social distancing.
How far away do you need to go to feel safe, truly safe, during a pandemic? Some people just need to drive a few hours into the mountains. Others need a long trip to the countryside. It might take a remote island for you. It doesn’t get much more remote than Saint Helena, Ascension & […]
Ah yes – the London tick list – Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly, Harrods, Madame Tussauds, Westminster Abbey, Borough Market, Tate, Hyde Park, West End Show, etc., etc., etc…. If you need a breather from major landmarks and shopping streets then you might enjoy a relaxing stroll (if you’ve…
Yes it’s another venture into a country that, as with most places in the world, you can’t get to right now. Myanmar is the current name for Burma, a South-East Asian country bordering Bangladesh and Thailand, not to mention China and India. In recent years Myanmar has gone from a place that was hard to get into and controlled by a hardline military dictatorship to an exciting new destination on the South-East Asian touring map. However, there certainly are still questions about the governing of Myanmar and especially its treatment of minorities.
Nevertheless, it’s up to you whether this will affect your choice to go to Myanmar and frankly right now you don’t have a choice anyways! But imagine you do… imagine in fact the year is 2015 and you are me, and step into the country known as Burma. I mean Myanmar.
JetBlue Airways today announced it will extend through the July 4 holiday its commitment to seat distancing by blocking middle seats in rows where parties are not traveling together. The policy, part of the airline’s multi-layered “Safety from the Ground Up” program, comes as the airline is also set to roll out temperature monitoring for […]
Sonoma’s Jordan Winery is the first to open up to the public, but don’t expect to sip a Chardonnay on site yet. From the highest lookout on Jordan Winery’s 1,200-acre estate—the Jordan Vista Point—vineyards surrender to successive mountain ranges through the open spaces beyond the property, beyond Alexander Valley, to other wine regions in the far distance. After weeks of confinement to close quarters, taking in the stunning panorama will be a huge pleasure. Jordan is about to offer the experience again—probably the first winery in Sonoma to invite visitors back, in their case to the spectacular ranch surrounding the much-loved and photographed château. Starting Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 23, and continuing on Sundays and Thursdays through June 7, Jordan will be offering three-hour educational hiking excursions, by appointment, to a small number of guests who will once again be able to revel in the views along with the woodlands, lakes, meadows, olive groves and gardens that regulars to the winery near Healdsburg remember well.
Should we travel this summer? Should we change our plans or go full steam ahead? Where should I go this summer and how should I get there.
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CLEARWATER, Fla. – May 11, 2020 – PRLog — Bruce Joseph Today announced the official launch of his Website: “https://brucejoseph.com/” Providing Travel News and Tips. Bruce Joseph is driven, accomplished, knowledgeable, respected, passionate, strategic, and visionary airline executive and servant leader known for delivering unprecedented productivity gains, innovating industry leading processes, and building competent, motivated, effective, and cohesive teams in order to create transformational change. Agent for change who is a highly effective influencer, communicator, and trusted advisor within executive teams known for ability to cultivate productive relationships among internal and external leaders, stakeholders, labor groups and government authorities. Broad and deep worldwide industry network.
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“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.” – Anthony Bourdain
The British Columbia Aviation Council said Monday it is starting to see small ‘green shoots’ of regrowth in the province’s aviation sector, after the devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s an extremely ugly bottom for our industry but at least we appear to be there,” the council said Monday in a note to members. “Some small grass shoots have just started to appear. The big question is how fast will they grow.”
BCAC member Pacific Coastal, the third-busiest airline at Vancouver International Airport when it suspended operations March 25, announced the same day it would restart limited service on June 1.
“We are pleased to confirm that we will be resuming scheduled service on June 1, 2020,” the carrier said on its website.
“Our intention is to help provide air service for essential service workers, move important goods and cargo, provide access for customers who need to travel for various medical appointments (unrelated to COVID-19) and continue to offer remote communities access to the essential service of air travel should they require it.”