Ep 14: Which Destinations Will Recover Earliest?

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14 Apr 2020 β€’ 26m03s

Seeking to escape the travel gloom, Gary and Hannah search for signs of hope.

This week, they assess destinations that could lead a recovery in domestic and inbound travel. While varied challenges abound, they sift through the results of their online survey from last week.

Destinations discussed in this episode include Australia, Dubai, Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.

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