Tourism and travel suffered a lot from the pandemic but the new perspective towards tourism gives the industry the boost it needs.
The sand in 2020’s hourglass is running low, and most of us are thrilled to finally put an end to this extremely tumultuous year. With that being said, the anticipation of a better, freer 2021 couldn’t be more exciting.
Soon, you will be returning to checking off items from your travel bucket list and the only distancing you will be thinking of is that between where you are now and where you want to be.
COVID-19 cases in the United States have reached about 5.74M cases already. If you Google “COVID-19 cases in the USA,” the first thing that turns up in the results is a tabulated summary. This summary has an interactive filter, enabling a drop-down search so you can check any area of choice. I noticed that the tally of cases was done from the highest count. So, I wondered, what is the lowest number for an American territory? As I scrolled to the bottom of the list, the numbers decreased from six digits to three. Then, for the second to the last entry, there were only 54 cases. I thought, “Hey, that’s a good number!” That is until I saw the last entry. It says, “American Samoa: ZERO cases, ZERO deaths!” I was so impressed and amazed at the same time! Not to be confused with Samoa, American Samoa is an unincorporated and unorganized territory of the US, and is located way off the coast of the United States —I’m just messing with you, it actually is …
The IATA is forecasting the worst financial performance in the history of commercial aviation, predicting a global loss of $84 billion.
In the past, the island’s image as a peaceful paradise with a rich cultural and religious heritage has made it a highly resilient tourist destination.
Does the road out of lockdown look like a motorway or a cycle path? With the UK government announcing a rental e-scooter trial in cities nationwide, it’s possible that the transport system we had before the pandemic will begin to look quite different from the one we had before.