May 9, 2020
With international and even domestic travel all but ground to a halt in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the question on everyone's lips is: what is travel going to be like once everything is back to "normal"?
Will it become unaffordable to fly? Will museums limit the number of people who can enter at a time? Will prices on everything skyrocket making travel once again a luxury for the elite? Or will airlines and other tourist providers offer amazing deals to lure reluctant travelers back into the sky and around the world?
We tackle these (frankly terrifying) questions on this week's episode, and we also discuss the potential benefits that could arise from the decline of mass tourism.
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