Tag "Accessible Travel"

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Discovering Dundee

Following last year’s successful trip to Stirling, regular DH contributor, Carrie-Ann and her fiancé returned to Scotland, this time to check out Dundee’s accessibility. We were really excited to be

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Adventures for 2012

New DH contributor, Gaina Cowley, (from Somerset, England) has some big plans for 2012 focused on trying out some new sports and activities that she has been wanting to do

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Everyday we’re shuffling… but today let’s do it Las Vegas style!

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Millie’s Mad Miles for The SMA Trust

Fifteen year old Millie Hawes raised an astounding £29,610 for the SMA Trust by completing a gruelling eighty mile wheelchair marathon across the Lake District’s “Miles without Stiles”. Millie’s challenge

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London 2012 and accessible accommodation

On Monday, I presented a feature on BBC1 London’s topical magazine show Inside Out on the difficulties that disabled people travelling to London next year for the the Olympics and

When ‘Accessible’ is not Acceptable

New DH contributor, Rob Bracewell, shares a thought provoking article on the issue of whether accessible transport provides a customer experience that is of an equal quality to that received

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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