Tag Archives: covid-19

The Reasonable, the Unreasonable and the Plain Stupid!

The Reasonable… The past two years have been an eye opener in many ways. Covid-19 was a destroyer and so much more. Let’s have a quick look back to when it all started and the pandemic that took hold of our lives, private and business alike… From the outset we were told what to do […]

Is the Nightmare Coming to an End?

In the past few weeks, we have seen the slow movement of countries opening up for tourism in Asia, whilst Europe has been open since June and the hospitality industry has had some chance to recover from the various lockdowns. Recent announcements that airlines will start increasing flights internationally has also been encouraging and news […]

Opinion: The New Reality…

The flood gates are opening and if all goes well, we can expect a bumper 2022 for travel and tourism – well certainly when compared to 2020 and 2021. Following almost 2 years of lockdowns, quarantine restrictions and tourism shutdowns across the world, the question remains, was it worth the pain and suffering? There is […]

The day Covid arrived…

……………and how our world and way of life changed. Whilst we are still in the middle of this global health crisis from the Covid-19 pandemic without any clear idea of when it might end, it seems churlish to look back and draw any absolute conclusions. It now seems certain that our life, business environment, the […]

Is COVID-19 the big equalizer or simply a time to reset and start from zero?

In times like this it is good to sit back and take stock. Perhaps take the opportunity to reset the way we think and live, realise our vulnerability and ponder our mortality. What started as just another virus outbreak has literally brought the world to a standstill and our beloved hospitality industry to its knees. […]