Travel’s Dirty Secret

Travel is dirty. Just how dirty is set by the price you pay or the level of adventure involved. An example is our Indiana Jones inspired family adventure, travelling through Morocco on the train. The journey south involved cramped spaces and a shortage of seats in a very communal carriage. The look of horror on […]

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Are you ready to take a flight?

Overseas travel is now not only permitted by the Government, holidays are being actively encouraged as the message pivots from “Stay Home” to “Go Out and Spend”. Admittedly the UK Government would prefer it if we holiday in the UK so our economy benefits, but with the weather feeling distinctly “British” and the forecast for the rest of July not looking too convincing, the […]

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Dominic Cummings – on the periphery of acceptable or utterly irresponsible behaviour?

To most, I suspect this would be a very short article, and there would be a simple answer – utterly unacceptable and irresponsible behaviour. But for some people, things are not always categorised in “black or white” and there are grey areas. Is there an argument that this matter falls into the grey category?   If the question is taken from the perspective of Cummings as […]

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14 Day Quarantine or Travel Bubbles?

The British government’s proposed 14-day quarantine for most people arriving in the country due to be implemented as early as 01 June 2020 in order to try to prevent a second peak of the Covid19 pandemic has been widely rejected by the airline industry who predict it will strangle any hopes of a travel recovery.   Britain’s biggest airport and Europe’s busiest airport […]

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