Hello, and thanks for joining us at Disabled Travelers!
By the time you read this, it will be Friday, December 30th: only a tiny ways from the new year.
And what a year it has been! Throughout 2011,
I like to think we made the Disabled Travelers blog more fun and exciting than ever before; it certainly has been a blast to write, all the way through.
So now, as we look forward to a great new year, I hope you have love and optimism in your heart – for your own future and for the future of disabled travel.
After all, we’ve discovered a lot of good news and wonderful progress in our time together. [more]
Hello and welcome to Disabled Travelers!
If you’ve been a long-time fan of the blog, you know that I usually spend New Year on a little journey: this year will see me in Tampa and Daytona Beach, two of my favorite places.
So, rather than wait ‘til the New Year, I like to take this chance to reflect on the blog and where it’s been over the last twelve months.
A bit ago, we talked about the future of the Disabled Travelers blog, so check that out if you want to get involved in 2012!
For now, here’s where we’ve been … [more]
Welcome back to Disabled Travelers!
As you know, we update every Friday, so our next time seeing you will be on the 23rd — “Christmas Eve eve!”
It’ll be a little late to make travel plans by then, and even folks who are getting ready to go visiting for New Years will be cutting it pretty close.
So here are a few last thoughts, ideas, and tips before you head out to whatever wonders the holidays have in store.
Welcome home to your spot on the web for the best in accessible travel news, Disabled Travelers!
Since December is rushing by already, I thought now would be a great time to have a little chat about what the future holds for our dear blog.
It’s been a wonderful two years running the show here at Disabled Travelers. The blog has almost 200 posts, going all the way back to 2007, and the main site — our ever-growing directory of accessible travel services — has been around nearly ten years!
Wow! As your humble host, I look forward to a fantastic 2012, and here’s how I’m planning to do it … [more]
Welcome back to Disabled Travelers! Now that we’ve all had the chance to recover from another delicious Thanksgiving, it’s time to turn attention to the biggest and craziest travel event of the year: Christmas season. Although many folks will have a traditional holiday with family, there are also some great opportunities to go abroad. That leads to a big ol’ dust-up every year over which destinations and deals are best. Disabled Travelers will sort out the hype and give pointers for those bitten by the travel bug this December. [more]