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Virtual Vacation | Edition 1

It’s March 29th, 2020, and the world is in a very strange space.

I don’t want to say too much about COVID-19, though. I have a feeling that you are already being bombarded with information, warnings, heartbreaking news, and memes (okay, the memes can be kind of fun) on what feels like a never-ending basis. I know I am.

Instead, what I am hoping to do with this post is to give you a break. A few moments of your day where you can think about something lighter and just escape.

But how do we escape during this period of social distancing, when many of us are self-quarantining and so many others are putting themselves at risk working long, challenging hours?

twelve apostles great ocean road australia
The Great Ocean Road, Australia

It’s official: It’s time for a virtual vacation.

Washburn Point Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park, California

I’ve rounded up six posts from my Photo Features series to give you a chance to visit whichever place jumps out at you.

Photo Features are light on details and heavy on imagery, which seems fitting right now. Going to the grocery store is intimidating enough – let’s leave the complicated trip logistics for another time.

Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca Ethnobotanical Garden Oaxaca
Oaxaca City, Mexico

Where you’ll be heading:

  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Yosemite National Park, California
  • Oaxaca City, Mexico
  • Frigiliana, Spain
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • The Great Ocean Road, Australia

Maybe you’ll choose to visit them all. That’s five countries on four continents over the course of one cup of tea. Not too shabby.

Click on any image below to start your virtual vacay

Traveling through a screen may not be a true substitute for the real thing, but there are several upsides to a virtual vacation:

  • No passport needed
  • Skip the packing
  • Avoid stressful security lines
  • Save yourself the jet lag
  • Travel straight from the couch with your favorite blanket
  • Go whenever you feel like it
  • Take breaks as needed
  • Be in one country at noon and another just moments later
  • Enjoy the ultimate budget-friendly escape
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Boston, Massachusetts

Click an image below to head to your chosen destination

I hope this post finds you well, whatever corner of the world you are in. I’m sending you hope for good health and a peaceful mindset.

Let me know in the Comments below how you are doing and what you thought of your virtual vacation!

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  • Reply
    Christina Eleanor Alexander
    March 30, 2020 at 12:21 pm

    Well this is brilliant.

  • Reply
    Kelly LaCorte
    April 2, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    I adore this, Caity. Well done!

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