12. May 2020
"The main difficulty was a daily curfew
between 7 pm and 6 am.
We needed to hide very well to avoid
attention from the local police."
Gone for a Drive
Saudi Arabia 5/2020
"The world is there to be explored, we have all the time we want and there is no need to rush, make plans, or give up."
"We are stuck in Guatemala. Borders to Honduras and El Salvador are closed."
Whale on Trail
The worldwide outbreak of COVID–19 has brought the world to a standstill and traveling and tourism have been the worst affected of all major sectors.
From Guatemala to Saudi Arabia, from Usbekistan to Laos and Tasmania –
travelers are facing restrictions, curfews, border closures and shutdowns brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most of them are currently in self-isolation, but some saw no other option than flying home and ship their vehicle – or even leaving their home-on-wheels in a foreign country.
Read their thrilling stories about how the virus influenced their past and future travels.
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