San Francisco-based Laura Kiniry is a full-time freelance writer with bylines in BBC Travel, Smithsonian, Atlas Obscura, and dozens of other online and print publications. When she's not interviewing Japan's legendary ama divers or learning the art of pretzel-making in Germany, she's occasionally harvesting olives in Italy.
Since the bulk of the world is still closed off to, well, everyone, domestic travel is where it’s at (for those able and willing to take the associated risks). So, what’s the safest way from getting from point A to point B?
Airports used to be like second homes to me. Now after nearly five months of being ground, they’re feeling more like foreign lands. Are new protocols making security lines even longer? Can I get my caffeine fix on-site?