We all know that traveling is a hot mess right now, travel during Covid makes everything very difficult. From are you vaccinated or are you not? Do you have to quarantine or test when you get to your destination? Are you allowed to go to all your favorite places once you get to your destination? There’s so many questions and it makes you wonder if it’s even worth going. We’re all praying for things to go back to normal soon, but who knows when that’ll be. Back to simpler times that we took very much for granted before Covid. My advice would be to do thorough research on where you’re going before you book your trip. Make sure you have all your documentation that will be needed and you understand your policies on returning to work.
After the travel ban was finally lifted from my job, I was able to go visit my sister in Miami, FL. It was a little nerve wracking at first, thinking of being stuck in a plane for three hours in close quarters. But I was ready with my Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer. Telling myself over and over again, “I’m not going to touch my face!” I landed safely and was ready to have a good time and forget Covid for a while. All the while still being cautious of course. It’s only right to have a mental break from everything right?
We had a great time celebrating my sister’s birthday. Went to some great restaurants by the water, got treated like queens with champagne and dessert! Also enjoyed a nice, relaxing beach day baking in the sun. We found a pretty boardwalk with the tallest palm trees and walked along side the beach in the evening. Just being able to smell the ocean and have the wind blow through your hair until it’s frizzy. That’s when you know you’re on vacation and going home with beach smell all over you! We went exploring different cities around Miami and seeing how the atmosphere shifts from one place to the next. Can’t wait to go back and add a couple other vacation spots to my list next year. God willing things will almost be back to normal.
Nice post 🙂
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