Newest video updates regarding Coronavirus. Check out this “TRAVELLING TO MUMBAI AFTER 6 MONTHS | *Not a good welcome* | CHINKI MINKI” video below:
How are you all doing?? So here’s a fun travel Vlog of us travelling from Delhi To Mumbai.. and Mumbai enter karte hi Samriddhi met with an accident😪 Jaane ke liye poora Vlog dekhein😂
So guys, Mumbai didn’t welcome us well and now she is gonna take a month to recover..
I hope she gets well super soon❤️
Take care lovelies, please be safe..
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Latest video updates regarding Coronavirus. Have a look at this “10 Best Places to Visit in the Philippines – Travel Video” video below:
The Philippines is an island nation located in the Western Pacific. The region boasts one of the world’s longest combined coastlines due to the nation’s seven thousand tropical islands. From pristine beaches and marvelous natural wonders to interesting historic sites and beautiful coral reefs, the Philippines pack many exciting things to see and do. Here is a look at some of the best…..(read more)
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A major cold front swept south in Eastern Washington today, causing a dust storm mixed with wildfire smoke. The winds also aggravating existing fires, and sparked new ones. This footage was taken on I-90 traveling west as panicked motorists pulled over due to poor visibility. Shortly after…..(read more)
Emirates has announced it will resume passenger services to Casablanca, Morocco from September 18th.
The resumption of flights takes Emirates’ African network to 14 destinations, as the airline gradually restores its network on the continent.
Flights to Casablanca will operate three times a week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Emirates flight EK751 will depart Dubai at 07:25, arriving in Casablanca at 12:45.
EK752 will depart Casablanca at 14:45, arriving in Dubai at 01:15 the next day.
Customers planning to resume their travels can enjoy convenient connections via Dubai, and customers can stop over or travel to experience Dubai as the city has re-opened for international business and leisure visitors.
Ensuring the safety of travellers, visitors, and the community, Covid-19 PCR tests are mandatory for all inbound and transit passengers arriving to Dubai (and the UAE), including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, irrespective of the country they are coming from.
Passengers must meet all the entry requirements to Morocco to be allowed to travel.
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Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Réunion have become the latest countries removed from the quarantine safe list.
As a result, travellers arriving in England from 04:00 tomorrow morning will be expected to self-isolate for 14-days.
Portugal was only added to the safe list three weeks ago, causing further confusion among holidaymakers and anger in the hospitality trade.
However, using the new ‘islands policy ,’ implemented by the government earlier this month, Madeira and the Azores have avoided being added to the quarantine list.
At the same time, the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) has also updated its travel advice to advise against all but essential travel to mainland Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Réunion.
However, the body is no longer advising against non-essential travel to Sweden.
People currently in the countries impacted are encouraged to follow the local rules and check the FCDO travel advice for further information.
Commenting on the decision, an ABTA spokesperson said: “Every country, mainland or island that is taken off the travel lists lessens the ability of travel businesses to operate and increases the necessity for the government to provide tailored industry support.
“There are travel agents and tour operators based in every region of the UK that are viable businesses, which are unable to trade because of the measures to control the pandemic, and tens of thousands of livelihoods are at risk until we are able to move beyond widespread travel restrictions.”
Gloria Guevara, chief executive of the World Travel & Tourism Council, said the move would add further confusion to an already challenging situation.
“Taking Portugal and Hungary off the exception list has left families and in a race against time to find flights and get home to avoid going into 14-days of isolation or cancel their already made plans.
“This depressingly familiar situation is a major body blow to consumer confidence to travel,” she explained.
“For, while Madeira and the Azores will be excluded from the quarantine list under the new ‘island policy,” it will come as little comfort to the vast majority of holidaymakers, and the embattled tourism sector, which has seen the 2020 summer holiday season effectively crushed.
“All of this chaos could be avoided if only the government took decisive action to ditch damaging and disruptive quarantines in favour of a comprehensive, fast and cost-effective airport test and trace programme.
“Until then, the disruption will continue, and the economic recovery will become ever harder to restart.”
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Accor is planning to bring the luxury Fairmont brand to Australia for the first time.
The hospitality giant has unveiled plans to open the Fairmont Port Douglas in Far North Queensland in 2023.
Set on the edge of two UNESCO World Heritage sites – the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest – the hotel has been sustainably designed to give back to the environment.
“We are excited to bring the extraordinary Fairmont brand to Australia and are confident that Fairmont Port Douglas will deliver a new level of luxury and sophistication to one of the country’s most glamourous resort towns,” said Simon McGrath, chief operating officer, Accor Pacific.
“Accor continues to expand its luxury offerings in Australia and, as our first Fairmont, this is going to be a truly special resort, whose architecture mimics the rich biosphere of the Daintree Rainforest and, which is centred on well-being, nature and cultural immersion.”
Fairmont Port Douglas will boast 253 rooms, several restaurants and bars, a decadent day spa, a treetop walk and panoramic conference and wedding facilities, all designed around resort-style pools and built to blend seamlessly with nature.
“We are proud to deliver such a high-quality project to the people of Port Douglas and believe the Fairmont brand will bring the right mix of local focus, sustainability and global expertise to the hotel,” said developer Paul Chiodo.
“Chiodo Corporation seeks to create spaces that are built around the environment and local culture and we believe that the Fairmont brand shares this ethos.
“Together, we will deliver a meaningful connection to the local community through this stunning hotel.”
The coastal town of Port Douglas is located just one hour’s drive from Cairns and is the perfect base for holidaymakers looking to explore two of Australia’s most iconic attractions.
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Newest video updates regarding Coronavirus. Check out this “Travel destinations and deals” video below:
COVID-19 travel restrictions are slowing easing up, but a recent Travelzoo survey found that a majority of people are waiting until next year to fly internationally. Even if your financial citation has changed due to the coronavirus, there are plenty of deals that you may be able to take advantage of now or next year. Travelzoo Senior Editor Gabe Saglie gave PIX11 a breakdown of the deals and…..(read more)