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Rolling around London

Cory Lee is a traveller and adventurer from the US who recently visited London after winning a competition to watch Katy Perry live at the Hammersmith Apollo. Cory kindly shares

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Accessibility in Dubai: the great, the good, the bad and the annoying

Dubai sounds like a luxurious place to jet off to. But how accessible is it? Disability Horizons Co-editor Srin Madipalli recently visited for some winter sunshine. Here he shares a

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Able2fly: improving accessible travel

Despite air travel becoming more accessible, the process of booking and organising assistance is often still a pain. Able2fly aims to change that by creating a streamlined request system. Here’s

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Mobility Roadshow: what caught our eye!

This year marked the 30th anniversary of the Mobility Roadshow, so we sent our resident #TwitterTakeover guy, Mark Phillips, along to see what it was all about! Thursday 27th was the

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My accessible golden tour of India: part 1

Lynne Kirby from Enable Holidays – a specialist tour operator for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility – recently visited India to assess the suitability of The Golden Triangle

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OpenBritain: a one-stop-shop for accessible travel information

Thinking of going on a short break this bank holiday weekend? Carrie-Ann, from Tourism for All UK, tells Disability Horizons about the new OpenBritain website, which aims to give disabled

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Cruising holidays: a great way to get around

Laura Chapman, a freelance writer who has previously researched the content for travel guides, shares this insightful article on what to consider when booking cruising holidays. The sheer logistics of

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A tale of two airlines…

Disability Horizons co-editor and co-founder, Srin Madipalli, shares an insightful article on his recent contrasting experiences with two major airlines and how an airline can actually get things right! As

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Planning an accessible Caribbean holiday

Ever dreamt of going to the Caribbean but assumed it’s not accessible? Holiday Hypermarket¬†tells Disability Horizons how to plan an accessible Caribbean holiday and make it possible. A Caribbean holiday

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Guest post: best accessible days out in the UK

With the weather slowly improving, now is the best time to start thinking about exploring the UK. But, where to go and what to do? Katie Richards, from Sykes Cottages