- Jul 16, 2016
With all the uncertainty at the moment due to COVID-19 I was glad to see this website , it has some really useful info for anyone who is/was planning to travel.
I doubt you guys will be flying here as planned xAll the places to eat out have been restricted, by order of the Iowa Governor, to curb service only; no sit down restaurant meals until further notice. Schools likewise are restricted to virtual classes; many employers are instituting work-from-home programs, as well. My to-do list of household chores may finally get some attention.
There is no cure for stupid.I know some people who left Europe on Monday, for a vacation on Bali. And yes, in two weeks they will appear in a newspaper article in their home country complaining about their embassy, demanding their government takes action and repatriates them.
More likely they’ll want their government to pay for another month of “quarantine” in Bali.I know some people who left Europe on Monday, for a vacation on Bali. And yes, in two weeks they will appear in a newspaper article in their home country complaining about their embassy, demanding their government takes action and repatriates them.
Oh Wisnu, that must be quite a worry for youMy younger daughter is in Ohio. No school activity, on-line only, no tournament (she's tennis player) since 2 weeks ago. So, I asked her to visit us in Egypt or going home to Jakarta or Bali.
She refused as she hoped the practice session with her team and coaches still possible.
Unfortunately not, most of students including her team and coach are leaving. She's alone at home, practically no activity. Too late to visit us.
Not much or probably nothing we can do.
Reading this I think I wouldn't wait.Currently waiting for Air China to cancel my end-of-May & returning mid-June flights to the US. I figure it will be easier to get a refund after the airline cancels the flights.