Dream today – travel tomorrow

The world may be in lockdown but that will not stop us from traveling in our imaginations. Yet our imaginations do not need to be of tomorrow’s travel. Often in these trying times, I take a moment and remember where I have been and count my blessings. This morning as I was reading about a possible second wave of the deadly virus, I remembered riding the waves in south eastern Barbados many years ago. If you like to dive into and ride a wave back to shore, this is a great place for the adventure.

Where have you been that brings wonderful dreams for you? Not just your favorite place but maybe a unique place where others have rarely gone.

Meanwhile, I daily receive about 100 emails of places you can travel to tomorrow. But tomorrow is not 22 May or even 22 June. If you need to travel now, do read about all the precautions in place for safety. As far as December holiday travels, there are limited flights and resorts. You may want to plan now knowing all may change again. For now, many hotels and resorts have relaxed their cancellation and change policies. Airlines allow for changes without a fee. But my strong recommendation is stay home, stay smart and stay safe.

Dream we can. Dream of where we have been. Dream of where we are going. Dream of family and hugs. Now let us make those dreams come true.

About alwaysharriet

With thirty years experience in corporate and leisure travel consulting, Harriet Ahouse has traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean and worldwide. An avid scuba diver, she understands the requirements of travelers both on land and in the water. On the European scene she has offered traditional and personalized travel itineraries throughout the continent--Italy, France, and England are some of her favorites. As a Virtuoso Agent, she also has extensive resources to enhance her expertise in designing individual destination travel itineraries--and honeymoons--worldwide!
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