Our Future Travel Plans

Our travel plans for 2020 have been put on hold for the remainder of the year thanks to Covid-19. We were incredibly fortunate to get away to Australia, New Zealand and Dubai in February. I remember sitting in our hotel restaurant at breakfast and the news being on in the background. Side effects from ivermectin medicine topamax may include: diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, weight loss, blood disorders, and liver problems. Levitra is known for its effectiveness in treating low libido and erectile dysfunction, and it also has an effect ingredients in ivermectin for humans on the production of sperm. They can be very addictive, so talk with your https://natalielamy.co.uk/39647-gabapentin-an-opioid-44018/ doctor before you use any. We do not offer a 100 percent guarantee, as the amount of Tatarsk priligy online canada a sale will always vary according to the number of packages and the conditions of purchase that each customer requests. Other factors not known to be associated with a specific outcome in specific cheap populations, but that may also increase mortality risk in others, include genetic defects and interactions with environmental factors. Stories of Coronavirus spreading across the world from Wuhan into Italy were just breaking. We were back just 3 weeks before lockdown in the UK started.

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We’ve had a holiday to Ibiza cancelled (we await the refund), a weekend to Paris rescheduled to February (I hear it’s very cold that time of year!). We also had a few days booked to meet friends at an Air B&B in Windsor which was cancelled. We have a weekend in Prague currently going ahead in September…I guess time will tell if that still goes ahead or not.

Apart from our already booked trip to Prague, our travel plans for the remainder of 2020 will look very much UK based. I believe our UK economy needs as much support as possible. Local hotels, B&Bs, cafes and restaurants need us more than ever. We’ll be doing day trips to local places – including our favourite eateries in Bath plus stepping further afield when we look to rebook Windsor and maybe a seaside stay would be fab too.

When you work from home and for yourself, it can be easy to just trundle on through the weeks and keep going. Taking a break away is super important for me – even if it’s 24 hours away somewhere. Our stay at The Manor in Castle Coombe back in December was just what we needed and it was 20 minutes from home.

We’ll be looking to book somewhere abroad in the latter part of 2021 as I have a big birthday coming up. At the moment we’re looking at Mauritius so if anyone has been and has recommendations, please let me know! I’m also planning to book a house in Brecon for early 2021 so that we can have different family members stay over the week. It’s a house we’ve stayed at a few times before so we know it’s in a good location, has some good walks and everything we need.

How are you travel plans for 2020 looking? Are you taking a different approach to travel going forward?

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  1. 01/07/2020 / 7:07 am

    Ahhh so many cancelled plans Emma! We are the same. In fact, right now we are supposed to be in The Seychelles celebrating Niks birthday. We will be UK based travel the remainder of this year, for sure. We try to travel sustainably for the last few years, and this will be something I plan to do even more so. We are hoping to limit our flights as much as possible. I think coronavirus has been a huge wake up call

  2. 01/07/2020 / 9:49 am

    So lucky you got to do the trip before lockdown. Yes I can certainly help with Mauritius 🙂 Like you I work from home and desperately in need of a break. Will be looking at UK travel for the time being before it is safe enough to fly home to Kenya

  3. 01/07/2020 / 2:45 pm

    Ah no so many travels you had planned. I’m sure you will be able to do them again fingers crossed. We didn’t actually have anything booked which is not like me as it’s all usually booked months in advance. We like you are now going to be focussing on UK trips and helping out the local economy. We usually spend two weeks away at Christmas so not sure what we will do about that yet! B x

  4. jasminestewart3382
    04/07/2020 / 4:31 pm

    I’m relieved I held off on booking a trip I’d hoped to take in May given how things are panning out – maybe it’ll be possible in September, but if not a week away in Europe whilst the weather is still nice will do me!

    Jasmine xx

  5. 05/07/2020 / 11:27 am

    Oh wow Mauritius will be amazing. We had our timeshare lodge at Cameron House cancelled in May. We’ve not got anything else planned but I’m so desperate to travel again.

  6. Candice Sandler
    05/07/2020 / 2:39 pm

    I would love to go to NZ, I have extended family there. It’s so beautiful

  7. Alice Anne
    06/07/2020 / 8:14 pm

    We have flights to Paris to use but when I have no idea! xx

  8. ofbeautyand
    07/07/2020 / 2:24 pm

    I don’t have any travel plans for this year but hopefully for my 30th I’ll be travelling to Japan x

  9. 14/07/2020 / 5:23 pm

    I’m not really a travel person, I like my home comforts but Australia is on my list x

  10. Erin
    25/07/2020 / 12:04 am

    Oh wow it sounds incredible!

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