Sue May
611 Entries
Whiskey drinker. Whimsy finder. Word writer. Sue May is a fan of big words and arcane definitions. Fascinated with stories, this honorary Geordie enjoys stumbling down well-trodden paths, roads less travelled by, and meeting new people. (Sometimes she writes about them.)

Back To School While On Home Quarantine

By , April 2, 2020

With everyone stuck indoors doing their part with social distancing, many are attempting to get crea...

5 Ways To Help Your Little Ones Experience The World From Ho...

By , March 25, 2020

The closure of theme parks such as Disneyland and home self-isolation period in many countries doesn...

17 Museums To Visit Virtually While In Home Quarantine

By , March 20, 2020

From the Acropolis to the Van Gogh Museum, here are some of the best online exhibits and virtual tou...

How To Travel Without Actually Leaving Home

By , March 19, 2020

As more companies are beginning to provide more resources for couchsurfing, literally, here’s a li...

Changing Or Cancelling Your Travel Plans? These Airlines Off...

By , March 17, 2020

In response to COVID-19, a host of commercial airlines have begun developing and announcing flexible...

Travel In The Time Of COVID-19: Bans, Restrictions, & C...

By , March 16, 2020

To keep travellers up-to-date, here's a list of advisories from around the world concerning entry ba...

Silver Lining In Domestic Tourism Amid COVID-19 Cloud

By , March 13, 2020

With the newly-announced 2020 Economic Stimulus Package, Malaysians can look forward to several ince...

COVID-19 Update: Should You Be Travelling Right Now?

By , March 13, 2020

With each day bringing more news of fresh COVID-19 cases, is it still okay to travel right now or is...

Souvenir Passport Stamps: Cute Novelty Or Potential Travel N...

By , March 12, 2020

Whether you’re a frequent traveller or an occasional one, you’ll likely run into an offer for a ...

In Search Of #EachForEqual

By , March 8, 2020

As we strive toward a more gender-equal world, whether individually or collectively, it is perhaps m...