Brenda J. Latham

Getting the Most Out Of Your CMA Fest 2021

CMA Fest is a three-day event that takes place in Las Vegas. This convention of musicians and singers takes place in the Thomas & Mack Center and is hosted by the Consumer Music Association. The concert is one of the largest gatherings of music artists.

CMA Fest can be one of the best and most fun times to see different music artists. You will get to see all of your favorite musical artists at one time. If you are planning on attending the CMA Fest 2021, you will need to buy 2021 CMA Fest Tickets to get into the event.… Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Safe and Healthy Travel during Pandemic

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During the pandemic around the world, it became critical to focus on improving mental health, as it’s the whole psychological well-being. In every phase of life, it is vital from childhood to being an adult, to know the essential facts about mental health issues and disorders. Mental health has a serious impact on the way people feel, think, act, make choices, and interact with others. One must know how to improve mental health as it is a substantial issue these days and should stay positive, active, spend time with friends or explore a new destination to cope up with this. … Read More

Am I allowed to visit, are hotels and restaurants open and what rules are in place?

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With its dramatic landscapes and natural beauty, it’s no surprise that Scotland remains a popular destination for visitors.

In 2018 alone, 12 million overnight tourist trips were made by residents from the rest of the UK, comprising around 70 per cent of the country’s tourist revenue. And, in 2016, around one in every 12 people employed in the country worked within the tourism industry, which represented about five per cent of GDP. The country’s measured approach to the pandemic has meant that the easing of lockdown restrictions has been slower than England’s, but things are starting to change. So,

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Greek holiday restart under threat as cases rise

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Greek holidaymakers have had to wait an extra week to return – istock

Holidaymakers due to travel to Greece this week are growing concerned that the country will go back into lockdown as it experiences a surge in coronavirus cases.

Direct flights from the UK to the popular holiday destination are due to resume on Wednesday but authorities are now considering the reintroduction of stricter lockdown measures. UK travellers have taken to social media to ask their airlines and tour operators whether their trips will be affected. 

But Noel Josephides, from operator Sunvil, said it was “business as usual”. “There

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