Travel Barbados Wants You to Come Work Remotely By the Beach for Up a Year

21:42  10 july  2020
21:42  10 july  2020 Source:   travelandleisure.com

Busy at home: easy recipe for matcha tea cake

 Busy at home: easy recipe for matcha tea cake © Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash Busy at home: easy recipe for matcha tea cake We decided to rhyme confinement and contentment! This is why today we are revealing the easy recipe for matcha tea cake. Enjoy your meal ! A while ago, we told you about matcha green tea , widely used in our favorite beauty products .

There’s nothing quite like sticking your toes in soft, pink sand as you look out at the crystal clear water of the Caribbean. And now, Barbados is considering letting visitors do it for a whole year, making it the ultimate work from home destination.

a laptop computer sitting on top of a table: Sun, sand, and WiFi. © Provided by Travel + Leisure Sun, sand, and WiFi.

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley last week said the country is considering the idea of a 12-month “Barbados Welcome Stamp” that would allow tourists to spend extended time in paradise, working remotely.

“COVID-19 has presented tremendous challenges to those countries that are tourism and travel dependent and we have reached a position where we recognize that part of the challenge relates to short term travel,” Mottley said, according to the Barbados Government Information Service. “So, if we can have a mechanism that allows people who want to…take advantage of being in a different part of the world, of the sun, sea and sand, and … a stable society; one that functions well, then Barbados is a perfect place for you to come.”

A one-person restaurant is opening in the middle of a field in Sweden, delivering food from a rope out of the kitchen window

  A one-person restaurant is opening in the middle of a field in Sweden, delivering food from a rope out of the kitchen window A restaurant in Sweden is taking the concept of social distancing to a whole other level: It will only serve a single guest each day.While bars, restaurants, and cafés in Sweden continue to serve seated customers, most of them have roped off every other seat or table in order to enforce social distance.

Those who choose to take advantage of working from the dreamy locale would be able to stay in hotels, rental houses, villas, and condominiums, Mottley said, and workspaces would be available.

Barbados plans to reopen for tourism on July 12, becoming one of several countries that will welcome U.S. tourists this summer. Visitors to the island are encouraged to take a COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to departure, bring the results with them, and starting July 15, upload the results to an online Embarkation/Disembarkation form.

Several commercial flights to the island are planned with JetBlue expected to begin flights at the end of July and American Airlines to resume flights in the beginning of August.

In total, Barbados has recorded 98 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including seven deaths, according to the Government Information Service. Of those, 90 have recovered and one is currently in isolation.

The island reopened retailers, parks, and restaurants on June 1, and expanded that to all businesses on June 15. Restrictions on beaches have also been eliminated.

The world's stunning canyons will take your breath away .
From Utah’s dramatic sandstone gorges to the rugged rocks of Iceland’s Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, here are the 30 most awe-inspiring canyons on the planet.

usr: 0
This is interesting!