2021 Travel Plans

AnotherDavid replied on 05/09/2020 07:32

Posted on 05/09/2020 07:32

Anybody got else  plans or maybe just hopes for next year.

Assuming Brexit and Covid 19 allow ours are;

Take the already booked Bilbao ferry in April , after a couple of stopovers in the Extremadura return to the Costa Del Sol  for about 6 weeks and  the pitch reservation carried over from this year. Return to Caen after a few weeks in the Landes forest and Re.

Late August:  with stops in Germany and Slovenia back to Croatia again meet our German and Austrian pals and  spend a month swimming and sunning.  do some sightseeing on our return.

 

MDD10 replied on 05/09/2020 08:19

Posted on 05/09/2020 08:19

Well wish I could.  My annual travel policy will only cover Covid issues in relation to medical (which is pretty pointless) and repatriation.  Biggest issue is being able to cancel if there is risk of a quarantine being imposed without taking a huge financial hit...and can’t see that being likely.

Looking like a staycation in Devon for summer next year but have loads of other short UK caravan breaks booked

Landyrover replied on 05/09/2020 08:23

Posted on 05/09/2020 08:23

Similar story, ferry booking to Bilbao moved to next April and this year's campsite booking transferred to next year. Hopefully 7 weeks on the Costa Daurada.

Next September has not yet been sorted out  but the plans will involve Spain.

SteveL replied on 05/09/2020 08:31

Posted on 05/09/2020 08:31

Just a return ferry trip to France booked for next September / October. Booked with BF on a flexible fare, done to secure the cabins we wanted, although the St Malo route and Bretagne is being mothballed until at least March. The 8 months to September will hopefully be spent holidaying in the UK on several trips.

eurortraveller replied on 05/09/2020 09:01

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:01

I have no money tied up with a ferry company - no refund vouchers, no amended tickets, no new reservations, and no plans.  

If there is still a ferry service from Plymouth by next May or June and the weather looks promising I might buy a ticket a few days in advance and go across the water. But campsite, holiday cottage or a very smart hotel - who knows?  I certainly don't. 

 

AnotherDavid replied on 05/09/2020 09:13

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:01 by eurortraveller

I have no money tied up with a ferry company - no refund vouchers, no amended tickets, no new reservations, and no plans.  

If there is still a ferry service from Plymouth by next May or June and the weather looks promising I might buy a ticket a few days in advance and go across the water. But campsite, holiday cottage or a very smart hotel - who knows?  I certainly don't. 

 

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:13

Our tickets were already paid for when the FCO pulled the rug from under our trips however paid on a credit card  I am loosing no sleep about them. We don't go for the last minute idea though we get pleasure from anticipation as well as the actuality.wink

WayTwoGo replied on 05/09/2020 09:14

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:14

Ideally, Western USA OR Eastern Canada AND Vietnam & Cambodia OR India.

PLUS, through the Tunnel to somewhere.....

We live in hope. Probably a faint one.

 

AnotherDavid replied on 05/09/2020 09:20

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:14 by WayTwoGo

Ideally, Western USA OR Eastern Canada AND Vietnam & Cambodia OR India.

PLUS, through the Tunnel to somewhere.....

We live in hope. Probably a faint one.

 

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:20

If ever we can get there again  Cayo Coco Cuba. The Canadians are flying in again as of this week so just maybesmile

SeasideBill replied on 05/09/2020 09:42

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:42

I’m feeling fairly optimistic about the prospects of a vaccine next year, so hopefully re-scheduled Spain & Greece ferry tickets will finally get used? For something more exotic, my favourite bit of heaven is Amsterdam Manor, Aruba.

SteveL replied on 05/09/2020 09:48

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:01 by eurortraveller

I have no money tied up with a ferry company - no refund vouchers, no amended tickets, no new reservations, and no plans.  

If there is still a ferry service from Plymouth by next May or June and the weather looks promising I might buy a ticket a few days in advance and go across the water. But campsite, holiday cottage or a very smart hotel - who knows?  I certainly don't. 

 

Posted on 05/09/2020 09:48

Not that worried about the money tied up, its only a deposit and can be moved to another date if required. If BF shouldn't survive, it was paid on a credit card, so should be protected. We left it till the last minute last year and the only cabins left were two birth bunk. Neither of us do top bunk anymore.😂