Travelling with a Disabillity or Health Issue

Travelling with a Health Issue or Disability

Travelling can be difficult at the best of times, but when you have a disability or a health issue to contend with as well as your luggage, different cultures, language and everything else, it can be really challenging. People can be unsympathetic and dismissive, especially if your disability or health issue is not visible. I…

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The Isle of Man – What you Need to Know Before You Go

The Isle of Man is a magical island full of folklore and legend, where Vikings used to roam and fairies will look after you if you say hello when passing their bridge. Famed for the TT motorbike races, cats with no tails and four-horned Manx Loaghtan Sheep, the Isle of Man is approximately 33 miles…

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10 things to do in the North of Bali

Bali has it all – lush tropical forests, stunning beaches, mountains and a volcano or three to climb, sunshine most of the year, a diverse and rich culture – no wonder it is called ‘The Island of the Gods’. An enchanting island to relax and unwind. Whilst most tourists head for Kuta, Sanur or Ubud…

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Where to Stay in Guanaja, Honduras

How would you like to stay on an island that with deserted long white sandy beaches, fabulous diving, waterfalls, tropical forest and travelling by boat everywhere? Let me introduce you to the small island of Guanaja off the coast of Honduras. Guanaja is one of the three islands that makes up the Bay Islands Department,…

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