Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a British woman lamented being “lazy” after being trapped on a “paradise island” in the South Pacific for 18 months.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a British woman lamented being “lazy” after being trapped on a “paradise island” in the South Pacific for 18 months. Zoe Stevens, 27, thought she was going to Tonga for a weekend trip. But it wasn’t clear when the country closed its borders in March 2020. Especially, Tonga is one of the few places in the world where there are no Covid patients. And as a result, there is no face mask policy, and restaurants and bars remain open. Zoe shares her experience on her @tonagdiariesInstagram page, which she calls “the longest weekend of my life.” In one of her first video blogs that can be played above. Zoe said the island’s lush greenery reminded her of the Lake District. And also, she was looking forward to going to her beach hut.
But now, she is fed up and wants to be with her family, who live 10,000 miles across the UK.
But now, she is fed up and wants to be with her family, who live 10,000 miles across the UK. She told CNN that she had missed a funeral due to being stranded on the island and that her life was not as perfect as it seemed. Zoe, who lives in a beach hut, said: “I’m busy.
“I have fun with friends at one of the three bars or one of the restaurants. And several restaurants or something like that, and then I’ll go back home. It’s boring.” Furthermore, she added: “I wake up every morning and see the beach and the island. And it’s great, but I did not enjoy it. “I said I wanted to enjoy it. I was like, ‘I don’t want to be here.’ On his way to Tonga for the weekend, Zoe lived in China, studying for a master’s degree in international communication. For this reason, she decided to oppose a flight to Europe. And wait until she returned to China with no idea that the Tongan border would be closed for so long. Tonga is still closed, but the travel ban could be lifted on August 30.
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