Malaysian travels to six countries in three weeks before pandemic

The reader enjoying a beautiful sunset at the Oia Village in Santorini.

In 2019, I decided to go on a six-country tour. I made all the travel arrangements in October that year, and my three-week trip was supposed to begin in February 2020.

However, by December 2019, Covid-19 was becoming a serious problem all over the world and the travel industry was already affected then. Initially, I thought of cancelling my trip, but after much research, and hesitation, I decided to just go ahead with my plan.

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