Nadine O’Regan: We’ll never regard a break abroad in the same light again

We’re not allowed to take a holiday, at a point when we’ve never needed one more

21st March, 2021
Nadine O’Regan: We’ll never regard a break abroad in the same light again
The entire meaning of a holiday has been changed by the pandemic. Picture: Getty

“There’s no point,” I said glumly. “We’ll never actually wind up taking it.”

S and I were looking at the calendar and trying to plan our holiday leave for the months ahead, while also wondering if by “holiday”, that term would involve us still mainly just sitting at home. The whole concept of taking a holiday in 2021 is a tough one when you can barely leave...

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