Travel wasn't in the greatest shape before covid. I went to Ethiopia and right after, there was civil war. The Seychelles was grossly over-populated with no beaches and dead coral. Every place was in a war against tourists because of cruise ships and over-crowding.
The air travel was always a nightmare. Now, the hard-core travellers are getting stuck in new restrictions.
The millenials are buying Toronto real estate, and no money left for travel. People work from home, and there might not be a big push for a holiday, which we always had in the cruel conditions of an office. Nobody wants to work, anyway.
With the new ice cycle, we'll have horrible cold up north, but it will be cooler down south. Is that enough to travel? I just think we have big changes here.