And as the Alt-Right tries to wage a Second American Revolution in the US a look at the revolutions we do need.
And clearly the challenge is carbon emissions where EasyJet can take a bow.
And high up for the haters in this Covid and Climate crisis are our cruise ships.
And Celebrity Cruises who treated us all like, well Celebrities, off the coast of Florida on their $1bn state-of-the-art Edge.
A nod here to Princess Cruises who had us on board when they stopped off in Dublin on their way round Britain and Ireland.
And Paul Gauguin Cruises who drew us a picture of tantalising Tahiti who have been keeping us going through lockdown with their images and news.
Food for thought: A tajine
And now more than ever we have to watch what and where we eat.
So that means avoiding markets we know little about in countries we are visiting for the first time.
So for me that was Morocco and I should have gone with the professionals.
Northern Africa and the Middle Eastern food is bright, spicy and often new for Western palates so don’t be afraid to ask.
All our cultures and culinary ways should be celebrated around the world and animal welfare should be central to our approach.
A joint resolution
I’ve probably already broken my own personal resolutions already so it might be presumptuous to ask my Travel pals to take on these targets.
But, in truth, we’re all in it together…
This past year’s challenges have brought opprobrium upon Travel professionals but lockdown has only reaffirmed how vital it is to us all.
So let’s build it back even better this year.