Fear of Flying except now its because of #COVID_19 and the risks #flying has on all of us

Prior to 2020 the projections for the growth in air traffic globally projected by Statista was 4.1% which represented a slight decline from 2019’s 4.2% projection. As the reality of the pandemic hit country after country air traffic has been cut by nearly half according to The Guardian’s an analysis of the data from Flightradar24 …

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What to do in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic

When I left Canada at the end of February, the coronavirus was already on spreading across the world. When I first arrived in country you saw the signs at immigration warning people about where they have been. Since I left the warnings have increased, borders have closed, the flights in and out of entire continents …

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Near the end or at least a pause of the path

I remember when I first made the decision to leave Canada, I thought it would be a year or two of wandering. I thought I would travel and head back but instead I kept going and have had the privilege of meeting amazing people, making places like Thailand and New Zealand homes at different points …

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Floating Fires rise up and flow during Loi Krathong (or Yi Peng) in Chiang Mai

I have been in Thailand off and on for years and always wanted to experience what Loi Krathong or the Yi Peng festival was like. It’s one of the first photos you see when you do even the most superficial research about Thailand. The volume and scale of the lanterns that float in rivers or …

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