We are beginning day 5 today. A few things in my perspective- if dry bothers you, bring saline nasal spray and some good in scented lotion.I am having a lot of bloody noses. As repeatedly said, you don’t need many clothes, especially if what you bring is the light weight stuff. You can wash it in the sink and it will dry out overnight. Most ppl on our trip are just doing cell phone pics, so don’t let camera or no camera worry you. It’s a tough trip but worth the hardships.
My wife and I just returned from celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary with an extraordinary tour of Venice, Croatia and Montenegro aboard the Jacques Cartier small cruise ship. This was our first Tauck tour, and it exceeded our expectations in every way. Nick and Mateo went out of their way to ensure that we would have the active experience that my wife and I were seeking. We love hiking, biking and sea kayaking, and the tour included all three options. Nick even organized a guided rigorous 8.5 mile hike in Montenegro for us that we never would have been able to pull off without Tauck's expertise.
Thank you Tauck, for helping us to celebrate our anniversary in such a special way!
From the Spanish Ministry of Health website:
As of Tuesday, 20 September 2022, the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) portal, both the website and the mobile applications (APPs), will no longer be operational. It will no longer be necessary to complete the health control form to travel to Spain nor to show the SpTH QR code at the airport of arrival.
Not that it was a particularly tough requirement but one less thing to do.