I'm sitting here with a travel business to my name, and all I can think about is how to put the last week's events into some sort of meaningful context, and I'm struggling. I avoid any political comment as a matter of course. It's just not my thing, and I have issues with all sides. Perhaps that's because I grew up in a very diverse community, and thought that's how it was everywhere.
What I will state this week is that Sybarite Travel stands united against hate, violence, and racism. "The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.” ~ Ijeoma Oluo
Sybarite Travel believes that hate has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet. Love and understanding will help forge a better tomorrow.
25 Reasons to Travel in 2020
In the last installment of our series, we'll explore UNESCO sites in the United States, 7 destinations to visit in the US, American Cruise Lines starts cruising again, Yellowstone plans to reopen soon, and we can lust over some stunning hotels across the world.
• UNESCO Sites in the United States of America The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, is an agency of the United Nations with the avowed mission of building 'peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Cultures. It is always fascinating to visit a site with so great a historical and cultural significance, and if, like me, you have always wanted the opportunity to explore more of the world given over to history, I thought you might enjoy just a few of the most significant UNESCO sites in the United States.… - Voyager Guides Thursday June 04, 2020 • American Cruise Lines will sail in June. When will other cruise lines return? Is America ready to sail again? Not yet known, but American Cruise Lines is. The U.S.-based line is planning to sail June 20, more than a month before the expiration of the “no-sail order” issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. … - LA Times Wednesday June 03, 2020
• Competitors working together as Yellowstone preps to reopen The Montana entrances to Yellowstone are still closed, but that hasn’t stopped several Big Sky tour companies from teaming up to be ready when those gates do open. The five tour companies — Big Sky Adventures & Tours, Discover Yellowstone Tours, Yellowstone Scenic Tours, Yellowstone Tour Guide and Yellowstone Touring Company… - Casper Star Tribune Tuesday June 02, 2020