1,337 ViewsReviews at AccessAdvisr – in 21 countries Reviews at AccessAdvisr – in 21 countries At the AccessAdvisr website you find over 2500 reviews worldwide AccessAdvisr was developed by Rob Trent (United Kingdom) to allow disabled people to provide a real-world view of how easy-to-access different places and transport stops are for
640 ViewsCulinary delights in Tulbagh – South Africa By Briony – Accessible Travel Expert Blogger Culinary Delight and spectacular views On our last visit to Tulbagh I fell in love with the little town, so I was ever-so-pleased to return, and even more pleased to be hosted at the beautiful Wittedrift Manor House.
57 ViewsAdelaide Fringe Festival – Australia We were born 59 years ago (although we don’t look a day over 25) and we’ve grown up to become the Southern Hemisphere’s largest, and Australia’s biggest, open access arts festival! We completely take over Adelaide, its surrounding suburbs and even some regional areas of South Australia
881 ViewsBuilding global working local Building global working local How it started AccessibleTravel.Online was founded in 2016 as a website where travelers with a disability could find information about accessible accommodation. Soon after we added airport information. So much information – internet jungle As we discovered there is so much
293 ViewsA lawyer talks – ‘tweets’ from NYC about accessibility A lawyer talks – ‘tweets’ from NYC about accessibility Money Matters A “risk”A “cost”A “charge”A “burden”A “liability” This is the degrading, devaluing reality thrust upon disabled people every day of our lives. In the USA The Americans With Disabilities Act