What it’s really like going on a Europe summer holiday during coronavirus
Waiting in queue to board a ferry at Santorini’s port in Greece, dust pillows from nearby construction, refrigerated cargo trucks belch to a stop while gargantuan ferries the size of space craft disgorge visitors from Athens.
The ferry door lowers like a whales’ yawning mouth and streams of people scuttle under the baking sun towards taxi touts. Summer in Europe is back – but looking a little different.
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