We flew cross-country last month to visit family. Not only did the journey go smoothly, but Amber and Gus were even able to get in a power nap on the airplane.
It was interesting to see some of the ways travel has changed due to COVID-19 — and the role technology has played in that. My phone served as a digital room key at Hilton Oakland Airport as well as boarding passes for our Southwest flight. It even acted as our waiter at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore.
Our itinerary included a trip to Hersheypark, where we rode roller coasters (with our masks on of course), as well as a pilgrimage of sorts to Scranton, Pennsylvania (home of “The Office” sitcom, a favorite of Amber and Ediza).
We're the Morris family (Mike, Amber and Ediza) and we've officially broken out of the box (not that we were ever really in it to begin with). First, we spent three months visiting llama farms throughout New Zealand (Amber trains them). After that, we headed to China, where Mike ran a marathon on the Great Wall. We then traveled across Europe for six weeks before landing on the East Coast. We've now made it back home full circle to California — where the adventure continues.