The way we travel has changed dramatically since the Coronavirus outbreak. In this bonus episode, Kyle and I candidly share how our travels have changed since the pandemic, how we plan to travel in the future, and things to consider if you decide to hit the road.
While traveling right now is a personal choice, we feel comfortable with exploring smaller, rural cities 3-4 hours from home. Although we are avoiding air and train travel (unless a necessity), we are excited about road trips and staying at privately owned rental properties.
My biggest takeaway from visiting Vermont during the pandemic is to be flexible, take all the necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy, and to only do what you’re comfortable with.
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In this episode we cover:
- [2:00] How we’re thinking about air travel during the pandemic.
- [5:00] Benefits of road trips.
- [6:50] Hotels vs. Airbnb.
- [9:15] How to find things to do and restaurants while traveling.
- [10:55] Things to pack during the pandemic:
- Face masks
- Hand sanitizers
- Water and snacks
- [13:25] Our predictions for the rest of 2020 and beyond.
Helpful Travel Planning Resources
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How has your travels changed during the pandemic?
Danielle Desir Corbett paid off $63,000 of student loan debt in 4 years, bought a house at 27, and has traveled to 27 countries, including her favorites, Iceland, China, and Bermuda. Go here to learn Danielle’s incredible story, from struggling financially and in debt to finding creative ways to earn more and live on her terms. Listen to The Thought Card Podcast, where Danielle shares how you can creatively travel more and build wealth regardless of your current financial situation. Reach out to Danielle by contacting: thethoughtcard (at) gmail (dot) com.