Of course. There’s no way you won’t be able to go on holiday next year, if it wasn’t for the current lockdown preventing it and the impracticality of quarantining when you get back you could go on holiday now as some countries are still open to Brits. I full expect come Easter next year, anyone that wants a vaccine will be able to have one. Such will be the testing capacity you will probably be able to have a test before flying too. I’ve had to roll over some of my holidays from this year but I’ll be fishing in Norway, Canada, Rodrigues Island (Mauritius) and South Africa. The girlfriend will have to accept a few nights away in this country as I don’t have any more leave If I do lose my job I’ll probably have a gap year and go to some more countries as I keep my staff travel for 2 years regardless.
3 week Orlando Disney holiday carried over from this August to next August. Also booked a week in Spain in half term week in May with the kids using this years carried over holidays. - Very confident about both going ahead to be honest. Also booked a fortnight in Greece in June 2022 for a wedding.
This year we used our theme park passes which were extended due to covid over the summer holidays at alton towers, legoland and the like for long weekends away and made the best of a bad situation, they've just been extended again for another month so we'll probably have some time visiting them again over the easter holidays.
we haven't boked anything yet, but i'd lke to think would can get away at the beginning of May for our 10th wedding anniversary which was in May this year. Mr's Fufkin's 50th in December is also a write-off so that will take place next year all being well. Then we should really be visiting family in the states next year too, but that's quite a lot of holidays and i dont know whether or not annual leave in a new job or indeed finances will allow, let alone anything C19 related which may put a dampener on those ideas. TBC