I know I am not alone in being excited about the relaxation of the lockdown rules and I am sure that I am also not alone in making grand plans during the darker days about where I would love to travel to and how when the pandemic panic is a distant memory.
First priority is to head back to my beloved Cyprus to give my mum and my friends there a big hug before enjoying a swim in the ocean and a cocktail on the beach.
But with my actual boundaries restricted, my imagination has taken me to a variety of destinations and I dream of travelling in the UK and abroad ticking experiences off the bucket list I have created in the last few months.
I was due to revisit Cheddar in Somerset, England before COVID-19 started wreaking havoc across the globe. I have spent many happy family times there and was looking forward to taking my younger children along to stay at the YHA accommodation there. I am hopeful the trip can be rearranged once the caves and other attractions reopen.
I'd love to stay in a luxury spa hotel and be pampered after months of cooking for and cleaning up after a houseful of children, some of them adult, who have been locked down with us thanks to university and work closures.
The idea of being able to wander into a spotless en suite to prepare for a dinner I don't have to cook without a child yelling "Mum! Where are you?" sounds like heaven on earth.
Having said that the pandemic has made me slightly paranoid and control-freaky about cleanliness and I wonder if a break where I am responsible for catering and cleaning might actually be more relaxing until coronavirus is more controlled.
My friend suggested a canal boat holiday which sounds quite fun but I think I'd really like to take a trip in a motorhome. Lots of people travel across America, New Zealand and Australia in motorhomes but I fancy exploring the UK coastline and maybe mainland Europe when the returning quarantine rules are relaxed.
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Having stayed at Caravan and Camping Club sites I know they can offer something for any taste from busy parks with kid-friendly facilities to almost wild camping where New Forest ponies wander between the informal pitches.
I also quite fancy a motorhome experience at a festival - we love camping but actually the luxury of returning to a motorhome with a comfy bed after a long day singing and dancing sounds very appealing.
Ohhhh just writing about travelling makes me desperate to book an adventure. I think Brits are soon going to be thinking about staycations so if you are keen to get in before everything gets booked I would start making plans now.