I’m sure you have heard the phrase before “When you live on Mallorca you come to a point where you really get the urge leave the island for some time.” Island sickness, holiday urge or other purposes to leave it does not matter, even a small trip to one of the neighbour islands to get some new air in their lungs, can be enough2021-04-17T11:00:00Z. I have even heard Mallorcans saying the same. Every now and then you need to get off the island. Funny, as we do live in paradise we are living a dream life in one of the best places in the world and the reasons for wanting to leave can be many.
Nordics love to travel and have always done soGraphic showing daily deaths per million in Canada an. At the age of 14 my parents had taken me 14 times for holiday to the same hotel in Gran Canarias. Boring you might think, but for me who was brought up in a small village with 200 inhabitants in the Swedish countryside, it was like coming home every timeThe coming days.. This year the Canary Islands are already starting to fill up again with cold people from the north. Everyone needs sun and quality time away from home.RELATED: France goes to the polls for a first round of regional elections
Like so many others I have been sitting at home the past 18 months without leaving the island. I have followed the confused questions from people trying to do the right and not wrong thing when they travelve seen tour activity pick up significantly,. In my opinion the most challenging part of travelling this year, is where to find the correct information on what is necessary. What app to download, if is it enough with a QR code and how to get the travel passport. Do you need a test to travel was the most common question on the online forums the past 6 months and no wonder? Only a couple of month ago a low-cost airline took off to Copenhagen, leaving 14 people on the ground in Palma airport as the rules and regulations had changed overnight and the needed tests was nowhere to be made before the flight took off. To be honest for my first post pandemic trip I was scared. I realised everything could go wrong.