A warning before you continue reading this article: Although it's meant to fill that curious travel bug nature while in isolation, it's likely to make you want to travel even more.
That said, there are so many places that are streamed live on the internet, allowing 'virtual' travel at a time when the real thing is impossible. As predicted in Back to the Future Part II, we now live in a world where we can essentially look out the window onto any city of our choosing.
Start your live webcam isolation adventure just as you might begin your Friday night - you could kick it off with a live camera in someone's home to watch dogs play in the lounge.
Different timezones can be annoying, but it does mean you can catch some amazing sunrises around the globe at all hours of the day in Aotearoa.
My top ten world webcams for virtual travel from the comfort of the couch:
Bryant Park, New York
Kansas City Zoo, Missouri
Koh Samui, Thailand
Time Square, New York
Santa Monica Beach, California
Ehukai Beach, Hawaii