Travel Thoughts and Podcast

Hi, I hope this finds you all, my lovely fans and followers, well on this cold, windy UK Monday, 26 April 2021! I’m fine thanks, keeping busy. As many of you know, I love travelling, it’s my passion and as soon as the UK government allow us to start flying again I plan to head to Greece to see my beloved. I also want to go and visit many more wonderful and fascinating countries, like Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, the Solomon Islands, etc. However, at present, the world is still in Covid crisis. What is happening in India is shocking and sad. I’m not sure what the governments of other nations, like the UK, the USA and the European Union are doing to help, but something needs to be done, and quickly. It’s fantastic that the vaccine roll-out is continuing in the UK and at such a pace, but unless every country in the world gets vaccinated, the virus will continue to be a threat and disrupt our way of life. The rich countries need to support and help the poorer nations. It’s easy to say we should help ourselves first, but if we don’t vaccine the entire world and encourage people in countries that lack the education and medical infrastructures, the world will become a poorer place and global travel will be somewhat limited. Sorry to send a negative message. I simply want people to be aware and think of those who are living in more difficult countries and situations.
On a lighter note, see below for two links to a recent podcast chat I did with two fellow blind and partially deaf friends, Jamie and John. Enjoy the chat. Stay safe and have a wonderful, productive week, Tony :). Author of travel eBook: Seeing a Slice of Southern Africa My Way.
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