Could the company's latest play to own the experience economy transport me virtually around the world? I made sangria with drag queens in Portugal, meditated with sleepy sheep in Scotland and visited stray dogs in Ukraine to find out just how far Zoom-powered travel could take me.
The cruise industry's decision to keep sailing for weeks after the coronavirus was first detected on a ship helped carry the virus around the globe and contributed to the mounting toll, health experts and passengers say.
There's an old untruth that says other people's holiday snaps are boring. It's the kind of thing said by people with no taste who want to pretend they have taste. A slightly superior taste to you or me.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended everyday life around the world — one of the most stark changes has been in air travel. This infographic from Visual Capitalist demonstrates how much the health scare has impacted flight capacity.
In the wake of coronavirus and tanking stocks, cruise companies have sought assistance from the US government. But for decades, the industry has done everything in its power to avoid paying into the system.