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Learning to drive

DH co-editor Srin, shares an article about the early of stages of learning to drive and arranging the necessary assessments in order to find out about the adaptations he requires.

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An African Adventure

Its 6.30 in the morning of October 25, I am staring out the window of our van with my eyes fixated and staring in awe towards an another seemingly anonymous

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New York! New York! (part 2)

You know about the fun we had in New York, but equally important is a discussion of how we arranged and organised the trip. The real nitty gritty. The bit

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Yo France, we don’t do anything at 39%

Rich Donovan is an entrepreneur from New York City who also happens to have a disability. He recently went on a holiday with his wife to Paris, France, only to

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New York! New York!

You have seen the pre New York article, you attended the live webinar, you have seen the video and now its time to read the real deal. As much as

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A Turkish delight

DH contributor, Carrie-Ann Fleming from Tourism for All UK, shares an article of a recent holiday to Turkey. Earlier this summer, Darren and I travelled to Oludeniz, on the beautiful

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Horizons’ editors hit the Big Apple

Hey guys, we are sorry to have been so quiet of late on the content front. It has been a crazy few weeks for Srin and I. Here is a

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Greetings from New York City

Hi all! Greetings from New York City! We’re having a great time out here, but due to technical problems with the internet access at our hotel, we’re unable to upload

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Ibiza clubbing!

Guest contributor, Amy Dunne, recently went to Ibiza – one of Europe’s premier clubbing destinations. Amy kindly writes about her week of fun, sea, sand and lots of partying! In

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Welcome to Budapest’s Hotel Panda – A hotel run by disabled staff

Adelina Chalmers who publishes a blog called Promoting Good Practice writes about a hotel in Budapest, Hungary that is run by disabled staff. Mentioning Central-Eastern Europe prompts in most people’s