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Between writing posts, I’m planning another journey that I can’t wait to tell you all about.
Thanks to some unexpected circumstances involving my old college roommates and my continuing quest to finish a master’s degree, I find myself with a need to practice my Arabic; and that means coming up with a trip that can combine business and (accessible) pleasure.
But where to? The deliberations are over, and my traveling companions and I will be heading to Spain and then on to Dubai, in the UAE … never before seen on the Disabled Travelers blog! [more]
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Today I’d like to take time out to extend a special thanks to those of you who’ve been with us a time.
Our loyal Disabled Travelers readers and their traveling companions have helped us reach a splendid milestone: Our parent site, disabledtravelers.com, is #1 on Google for disability travel searches!
This is a great honor, to be sure, and it has all come about thanks to your patronage.
So, what else is near the top of the list?
Today, we’ll review some of the best disabled travel sites … both the new, and old favorites that have shown up in our access guides over the months. [more]
Hello and welcome back to Disabled Travelers!
You know, one of my favorite pastimes is reading magazines, a hobby I’ve had since I was very young.
Although there are magazines out there for virtually every lifestyle and interest, it seems to me you just don’t hear much about them anymore.
Well, as much as I love the Disabled Travelers blog, there are some other outstanding sources you can enjoy in print if you feel the same way I do about this lost art form.
I’m going to share some of this week. [more]
Welcome home to the Disabled Travelers blog!
Don’t know about you, but I myself have been on a few adventures lately, as you can read in my recent posts covering Chicago.
Now that I’m home here in sunny Central Florida, I think it’s a good time to catch up on all the latest and let you know what’s out there on the news wire.
Disabled travelers and their travel companions will want to join me as we trawl through August.
It’s the last month of the “really hot” season in Florida, so here’s some really hot information! [more]