One hundred days of solitude

As if 44,000 deaths wasn’t devastating enough, this week we passed a grim milestone.

A hundred days of lockdown.

A hundred whole days.

A hundred days of, thankfully, still being alive and well.

A hundred days of taking care of ourselves and one another.

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Smiles and memories

In my previous post I was pondering how to carry on writing a travel blog without actually being able to travel.

It’s fair to say that there’s a certain irony at the moment, in creative terms at least.  More time to harp on but fewer experiences to tell you about. Indeed, as the weeks go by, I have been worrying that I might start to run out of things to write.  I have also been concerned that quite a lot of what I have been saying – particularly about myself – has been rather negative.

But I love my Sunday afternoon outpourings so for this post I decided I’d try something different.

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So long writing?

Here’s a question:

How do you write a travel blog when you’re not travelling, not planning to travel and don’t want to give out the illusion that you either are doing or will be doing?

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Not Solo-Travel

Well after all that self-absorbed and self-indulgent hullabaloo in my previous post it’s time to get back to business.

Solo Travel.

What’s Solo Travel going to look like in The New Not-Normal?

The answer is…. Not-Solo travel.  In fact, Not-Travel at all.

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