While scores of countries are reintroducing border closures and travel restrictions to mitigate fresh waves of Covid-19, Southeast Asia’s two most popular resort islands – Bali and Phuket – are in a race to open to international tourism.The stakes in terms of potential benefits and risks are high. The economies of both have been on … Continue reading Who will win he race to restart international tourism: Bali or Phuket?
We know that travellers are concerned about hygiene and safety. That is why Booking.com took steps to collect health and cleanliness guidelines - both from our industry health and safety experts as well as partners from all over the world - to support travellers on their journey and to ensure they are safe, healthy and … Continue reading New Booking.com Health and Safety Protocols
Turkey has initiated a partial normalization process as the country’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic has proven effective and a decline in the number of new infections and deaths is reflected in the figures. Now, an action plan for the tourism sector is set to be implemented to revive the country's virus-hit industry safely and … Continue reading Turkey reveals normalization plan for tourism sector amid pandemic
Starting in March, millions of Americans were forced indoors by the coronavirus pandemic as shelter in place orders took place and social distancing was encouraged. Unsurprisingly, at the same time, video game hardware and software sales skyrocketed. Millions of people, many with young children, suddenly needed ways to occupy vast quantities of time at home. … Continue reading March’s top 10 best-selling games
· Versiunea in limba romana mai jos Our anxiety can lead us into some dark mental spaces. Kevin Foss is a licensed therapist and the founder of the California OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center in Fullerton, CA. He wrote in Psychology Today an article that we consider very useful and we will also reproduce below. If you told me … Continue reading How to stay positive during the pandemic