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Printed Date: September 23 2020 at 2:39pm


Topic: Greece
Posted By: Tabitha111
Subject: Greece
Date Posted: July 30 2020 at 9:00am

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/coronavirus-food-disruption-raises-risk-children-live-updates-200728001541137.html -  


As to short term memory loss... have the experiences on the Diamond

Princess and other cruise ships been forgotten?....


Greece has announced it will open 6 of its big ports to tourist cruise

ships starting on Saturday [1 Aug 2020], after they were banned

because of the coronavirus pandemic. "All cruisers are welcome in

Greece," Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis said on Tuesday [28 Jul

2020]. The country is to open the ports in Athens, Rhodes, Heraklion

on Crete, Volos, Corfu, and Katakolon, he added.



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Posted By: roni3470
Date Posted: July 30 2020 at 8:15pm

Not sure who is going to go there....Norwegian just announced no cruises until Nov 1st.



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Posted By: carbon20
Date Posted: July 30 2020 at 10:00pm






Who the hell is silly enough to go cruising......

Even before C19.....

Not my kind of holiday....

I prefer trekking in Nepal.....



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Posted By: EdwinSm,
Date Posted: July 31 2020 at 8:40am

Carbon your wish can come true soon....

Originally posted by "BBC Live News" "BBC Live News" wrote:

Nepal is set to resume trekking and climbing in the country’s mountains including Everest, officials said.

Permits are now being issued for the autumn season.

Spring season, usually a busy time, was brought to a halt due to the virus.

The government is still finalising plans for foreign arrivals including a potential quarantine rule.

Nepal’s lockdown has had a dramatic effect on the country’s climbing and tourism industries which is estimated to have cost Nepal a billion dollars (£720m) in lost revenue.



Posted By: carbon20
Date Posted: July 31 2020 at 3:11pm

I was planning to go again  in February,great place,great  people.....

But im not leaving western Australia for a good while yet,plenty to see here and no virus 😊

Well not as yet......

Keep safe all



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