Has Stay Alert or Stay at Home inspired you.
Or would you have been more enthused by say, the Canadians’ Caremongering call to arms?
Our Canadian friends have successfully positioned themselves as a chilled, right-on destination.
And that is no surprise to those of us whose links with the Land of the Maple Leaf run deep.
It helps if you can pass the first Canadian test… spotting that they’re not Americans.
You see Canadians say ‘Eh’ at the end of EVERY sentence.
And they don’t take themselves too seriously even branding it on their merchandise.
I’ll surely pick up a souvenir T-shirt then with ‘Toronto Eh’ on it.
When I pay a return to the city for the first time in more than 30 years.
Air Canada will be operating a four day a week service from Dublin to Toronto from July 2.
While passengers who had originally booked for Dublin-Montreal and Dublin-Vancouver will be offered interconnecting flights.
An Eh-1 service I think you’ll agree. Visit https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home/book/travel-news-and-updates/2020/covid-19.html.
And here are some other thoughts on Canada
The freedom of Iceland
I’t’s the quintessential experience of travelling through an airport, grabbing that sample shot of whisky.
Only in these COVID times you’d make do with a free test.
Which is just what the Icelanders are doing at Keflavik Airport.
The Icelanders, who were all over this virus before the rest, are planning to reopen their borders by June 10.
If it’s positive they will be asked to quarantine for 14 days.
If travellers can prove that they have already taken a coronavirus test, and are negative, they will be exempt.
Everyone, however, will be asked to download Iceland’s contact tracing app, which tracks users movements
So you’ll soon be off to Iceland… you lucky geysers.
And when you do, fly with Icelandair www.icelandair.com.
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