There are good signs for those who want to travel abroad

Remember the silly little sixties song by Herman Hermits that continuously repeats the words “Somethin’ tells me I’m into something good?”  Well, it has taken two very long years, but I am actually starting to believe being a travel agent is a good thing.  Change is in the air.  Barring some […]

Remember the silly little sixties song by Herman Hermits that continuously repeats the words “Somethin’ tells me I’m into something good?”  Well, it has taken two very long years, but I am actually starting to believe being a travel agent is a good thing.  Change is in the air.  Barring some new setback, a much-awaited mindset shift can be seen in my travelers at Monroe Travel Service . We seem to be moving from “epidemic” to “pandemic” to “endemic.”

Of course, exactly when we will totally flip the switch from pandemic to endemic is still unclear, but I feel it coming.  You see, according to Wikipedia, “endemic” is an adjective, which means natural to, native to, confined to, or widespread within a place or population of people. Endemic is most commonly used to describe a disease prevalent in or restricted to a particular location, region, or population. For example, malaria is endemic to  tropical regions, or a cactus is endemic to the desert.

https://www.thenewsstar.com/story/life/2022/02/20/there-good-signs-those-who-want-travel-abroad/6836275001/

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