For weeks now, many officials in Hawaii have been calling for Hawaii’s Governor to begin to allow intra-state travel to return. And, guess what. It turns out that Hawaii is ending its inter-island quarantine requirements soon.
Jeffsetter Blog (featuring Island Miler)
Over the past couple of weeks, rumors began spreading that Japan would be covering half our tourists’ expenses when they reopen to visitors. But, no, Japan is NOT covering half your trip expenses as the rumors suggest.
If you were hoping to travel to Hawaii in July, think again. Hawaii Governor David Ige extended quarantine orders beyond June yesterday during a televised, virtual panel discussion with county majors.
Airlines around the world are struggling to cope with the extreme reduction in travel demand brought on by COVID-19. So, it’s no surprise, then, that delivery of the final Flying Honu is delayed.
That’s right. According to Hawaii’s Lieutenant Governor Josh Green, Hawaii may reopen to tourism in July. However, this reopening won’t be a free-for-all. There are plans in the works to mitigate risks to island residents.
As casinos get ready to reopen, we’ll see a return of a perk we haven’t seen in a LONG time – free parking returns to the Las Vegas Strip! Of course, there are caveats to this. And things won’t be quite the same anymore too.