The World Health Organization formally declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11, 2020. The subsequent travel bans annihilated the tourism industry, and international air travel immediately dropped by up to 98 percent.Continue reading
I never imagined I’d live to see the world ground to a standstill. The world as we know has changed. Since a few months ago, we have entered into a new normal – social distancing, mandatory wearing of masks, distance learning, working from home, etc. In consequence, the world economy came crashing down, families broke apart, mental health issues arisen, lifelong plans fell through…
In all of my travels around this beautiful world, one of the most haunting sights I encountered was the sun slowly rising over the intricate sculpted stone pagodas of the temples at Angkor Wat. The temples of Angkor are a truly global marvel and one of the most coveted religious sites on the globe. A fundamental piece of any Cambodia itinerary, Angkor Wat enraptures guests with its stunning magnificence and unfathomably saved social legacy.
Living in Europe comes with a lot of advantages. Travel-wise, it is pretty easy and cheap to go around. Although it is highly doable by bringing our own vehicle, traveling by public transport is the most convenient, economic and ecological way to go to.