How can I best prepare for my first trip post-pandemic? It is clear many of you all are feeling anxious and confused about air travel. Most of you have not been in an airplane in over two years, while others have been out and about most comfortably. For those of you still home bound, here are some thoughts to get you to call and venture out.
“Take some time to think about your own comfort levels and what you are ready to reengage in. If you were never comfortable with flying, then a road trip may be a better first trip post-pandemic. Understanding your own comfort levels will help you decide what type of trip is best to plan. Once you have decided where you want to go, take some time to research what changes may have been made and what new safety measures are in place. Think about ways you can feel in control of your environment while traveling.” Acenda Integrated Health
We are going to be wearing masks for a very long time, especially in crowded situations. Another variation of this virus like the current mild version, will probably come along late this summer or fall. We need to live with it and travel when we can, between waves. So this spring and summer will be a great open window. Come May, we will be out doors and less indoor gatherings. Restaurants and cafes will be accessible. Museums will allow more visitors. It will be fun to travel again.
We need to deal with our own anxiety of traveling. We need to face what is real and what in imaginary. That will be different for each of us. How may I help you plan your first post-pandemic travel? Travel these days is most fluid, and we all need to go with the flow. Travel has always been an adventure, today is the same. The unknown often surprises us. That is why you use me, a travel advisor. Knowing your options before, during and after traveling is what I do. Help you plan and be prepared. If you need ideas check out my webpage www.alwaysharriet.com and explore the many pictures or Virtuoso’s two pages https://www.virtuoso.com/advisors/13786/harriet-ahouse or https://www.virtuoso.com/wanderlist/#/sign-in