My first international flight in the pandemic
Australia by rail, getting into the Phuket Sandbox, Iceland's whale-watching capital, and more travel reads.
Greetings from Krk, Croatia. I’ll be in Croatia for most of this month, and I will start writing about some of the places next week. I’ve resumed blogging at Nomadic Notes, starting with my experience of flying internationally for the first time since March 2020.
[Krk - Croatia.]
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COVID-19 and travel
Vietnam is looking to copy Thailand’s Phuket Sandbox in Phu Quoc.
Assorted travel reads
This article is an excerpt of the book Heading South: Far North Queensland to Western Australia by Rail, by Tim Richards. I just finished reading it, and it has me wanting to explore my own country by rail.
“My friends said that they were going to a festival which happens every four years, and that it would be great for photographs. I knew nothing more.”
“With all the aggravation associated with flying these days, airport designers are hoping to calm things down with outdoor spaces, wide-open views, less noise and even foliage.”
“Boat tours of Skjálfandi Bay explore the migration paths of more than 20 species of cetacean, including blue and humpback whales. But there’s plenty to explore on land, too.”
A listicle by TimeOut.
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