Adding Structure Makes Quarantine Bearable

COVID-19 A expatriate quarantine survivor says adding “structure” makes quarantine more bearable. Get properly dressed, do some work, exercise, spend “virtual” time with friends and family, and read or watch TV.  "To put it in a nutshell: plan your day!" The Back Story Anette is an expatriate who has been living in Singapore for 6 …

Australian Quarantine Survivor: Louise J. Tagliante

COVID-19: An Australian quarantine survivor advises bringing the right amounts of medicines and the right equipment for your work. Also, she suggests adding important documents to dropbox, packing one business outfit for Zoom calls, and bringing your own coffee and coffee maker. The Back Story Louise J. Tagliante has been a Permanent Resident (PR) of …

28-Day Quarantine Survivor: Donna Campbell

COVID-19: What would normally be a 3 and 1/2 hour flight turns into a four-week "adventure" for a 28-day quarantine survivor relocating from Macau to Bangkok. Check out how this senior PR executive maintains her sanity in this fascinating Tale of Two Cities! The Back Story Following 7 years in Macau, PR Executive Donna Campbell …

How to Survive Hotel Quarantine (in a Pandemic)

COVID-19: As the global COVID-19 pandemic enters its second year, a growing number of people around the world face the following dilemma: how to survive hotel quarantine. Keep reading for tips on booking the right room and some of the things you should pack! Background Initially, travelers returning home during the COVID-19 pandemic could quarantine …

Eco-friendly Hainan Bar Opens in Southern China

An eco-friendly Hainan bar opens in Southern China with cocktails and bites crafted from as many local ingredients as possible. An alfresco cocktail lounge, Sky Bar is situated atop a luxurious hotel committed to sustainability and responsible travel.  Restaurant News Sky Bar is one of 7 food and beverage outlets at the 1 Hotel Haitang …

Phuket Michelin Restaurant Gets Thailand’s First Green Star!

Where to Eat in Phuket An exclusive fork-to-table restaurant in Phuket, Thailand, gets Thailand's first Michelin green star for its commitment to gastronomy and sustainability. Check out this exclusive Accidental Travel Writer interview with the locavore eatery's chef de cuisine! The Michelin Green Star Explained Michelin introduced a new symbol in its eating out guides …