The people over at USA Today found some experts to answer some burning questions that travelers have about travel and coronavirus. This is one that you’ll want to hop over and read the full article to get all the answers. As Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers begin to disembark after a 14-day coronavirus quarantine in Japan, […]
Even Short Flights Produce High Levels of CO2
A few days ago we highlighted how flying a little higher or a little lower can have a big impact on a heat trapping effect caused by contrails. Now we look at CO2 that is caused by the actual fights and if it is better to take a short flight, and what the actual impact […]
Australia extends ban on travel from China
In a move that should have come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Australia is keeping its boarders closed to Chinese tourists, and anyone who has been to China over the past 4 weeks to minimize the impact on the coronavirus has had on the continent. Normally their remoteness and isolation from the rest […]
New Euros in Circulation
Has anyone else had a chance to get the new Euro notes in circulation now that Brexit has finally occurred? A friend sent me this and I couldn’t resist. Hope you found it as funny as I did.
Coronavirus to Disrupt Global Tourism into 2021
Travel experts are expecting 2020 and even 2021 to be terrible for the industry due to the coronavirus outbreak. They expect many people will put off travel that they had planned as they wait for the pandemic to pass, however experts believe that the coronavirus will be will us past the cold and flu season […]
Take a Train in Europe?
For those who plan to be visiting Europe in 2020 maybe consider taking a train? They’re not nearly as bad as what you think if you’ve ever taken one in the US, and they’re a lot more affordable there too. They are adding extra trains in anticipation of extra travelers this summer, and they are […]