When Lockdowns Are Lifted What Country For A Vacation?

WGAF

Active member
For me I'm off to Rome, Nice & maybe Istanbul around April next year. :thumbsup:

Have you guys got any plans for some travel & if so, where to?
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Monkey Man

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Wish I could afford it, man.

If I could, I'd go Amsterdam, Denmark, Germany, Japan and Florida off the top of my head...
 

WGAF

Active member
Monkey Man":ehcuvlja said:
Wish I could afford it, man.

If I could, I'd go Amsterdam, Denmark, Germany, Japan and Florida off the top of my head...
I can appreciate your want however, the world is a very small place these days & the wide extreme cultural differences of the past are pretty much no more sadly.

You could blame the multi national corporates & the overall greed for money by individuals for this

Also, these days the cost of hotels etc etc are seriously making it stupid money to vacation. An example may be a house mortgage is approx. $1,700 per month whereas staying in a shitty 2 or 3 star hotel can be approx. $5,0000 - 6,000 per month. Added lodging taxes etc etc help get these numbers there easily. Before anyone says AirBnB, this is getting stupid expensive too, especially on the basis they can cancel on you as you arrive, the place isn't what they advertised etc etc...I would NEVER use AirBnB because it has generally become a con with zero recourse of any worth. Yes, there will be exceptions however, would you want that risk going to a foreign country & not knowing the lay of the land for your needed immediate alternative.

So, you say you can't afford it, MANY people these days can't afford it & for GOOD reason as per the above.

You're in Melbourne? Have you considered at looking for somewhere between Newcastle & Tweed Heads to live? Just a thought as I believe it's the nicest part of Aus to consider. YMMV of course.
 

Monkey Man

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You're spot-on on both counts, brother. :thumbsup:

Northern New South would be tough-to-beat. It's on the long-term cards.
 
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