Issue #37 - Dec. 25-31, 2021 View online
Mark Stachiew Travels Friday Five

Welcome to the last installment of the Friday Five for 2021 where I list the most interesting travel stories that I shared in the past week on Mark Stachiew Travels. This week's stories look ahead to some travel resolutions to make for 2022, including saying no to working on vacation, and some reminders that the pandemic might still offer a wrinkle or two in the months ahead.

13 travel resolutions for 2022, according to pros

These experts offer up their New Year’s resolutions for 2022 travel which include more remote work and domestic trips.(Washington Post)

It’s time to take a vacation that doesn’t include work

Working while on vacation is the new normal. Maybe it's time to say no. (The Points Guy)

Canada's tourism industry may have to live off domestic travel until the fall

Canada's tourism minister says the country's tourism industry might have to live off of domestic travel until the fall because he thinks international visitors will be slow in returning. (CBC News)

COVID flight cancellations delay holiday travel

I don't think anyone predicted that COVID would cause so many flights to be cancelled due to sick crews rather than because of lack of demand. (BBC News)

The 10 best road trips in the world

Don't get me wrong. These are all incredible experiencdes, but how can a list of the world's 10 best road trips not include a single mention of Canada? (Condé Nast Traveler)

Thanks for reading! If you like what you read, have suggestions of what you'd rather see or just want to drop me a line to tell me what you're up to, write me at [email protected]. And don't forget to forward this newsletter to anyone else that you think would find it interesting.


Happy New Year!



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