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All Inclusive

By Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel
The wonderful and gruesome stories of travelers of all abilities interviewed by Eleonora Censorii, founder of Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel. A series of informal chats on the highs and lows of travelling before, during and after the pandemic.
Subtitled versions of all episodes are available on our YouTube channel: bit.ly/3bctwi5
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Meet James Exton: forever in love with Sri Lanka
Where will you travel to, as soon as it is safe again to do so? Well, there is no doubt for James, this has to be to Sri Lanka, a country he has been visiting for almost thirty years, and which he has also been helping become more accessible in the last few years, with his expertise and his company, Access The Globe.  With Access The Globe James has been supporting the tourism sector, especially in adapting their locations and service to cater for all guests, specifically those who, like him, use a wheelchair.  But it's not all about work, or Sri Lanka, and if you want to discover the best places to sip a gin tonic, then he is your man, and there is much much more to discover in this light hearted interview from a heavily locked down UK, going from Ayurveda to Mr Bean and other quirky travel tales. Get yourself a drink and enjoy the chat. For more information about James and his accessibility consulting activity: His website is https://www.accesstheglobe.co.uk/  Follow James on Instagram and Facebook: @accesstheglobe Credits The music in this episode is played by Francesco Aprile (opening titles) and Pieter Ghijsels (closing titiles) Sound editing of the podcast by Aman Dembla This episode is offered by Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel: if you are looking for inclusive travel destinations and tours, visit www.destinationeverywhere.eu. By the way, we do have tours to Sri Lanka thanks to James' company, ask us for a quote! During the episode I also talk about Tabifolk, the online community for accessible travel, check it out, create your profile and start connecting with travellers worldwide:  tabifolk.com
49:60
March 26, 2021
Meet Sara-Louise Ackrill, the backpacking therapist
Sara-Louise is an entrepreneur, a backpacker, a hostels lover and the protector saint of brave but sometimes struggling travellers. She is the founder of Wired Differently, a company that provides and creates services and products for neurodivergent people. Having been diagnosed with autism as an adult, she has put together her wide professional experience and her personal love for travel, and has been focusing on how to provide support to those who, like herself, experience problems while planning a trip, or during their travels. We talk about her travel stories and her projects, and the story behind her new entrepreneurial venture. Want to know more? Check out Sara-Louise's website here: wireddifferently.co.uk Find her on Linkedin: Sara-louise-ackrill Update: since the recording of the interview Sara-Louise has changed role in the Kimmel Foundation, and she is now collaborating in a contracting role. Credits The music in this episode is played by Francesco Aprile (opening titles) and Pieter Ghijsels (closing titiles) Sound editing of the podcast by Aman Dembla This episode is offered by Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel: if you are looking for inclusive travel destinations and tours, visit www.destinationeverywhere.eu During the episode I also talk about Tabifolk, the online community for accessible travel, check it out, create your profile and start connecting with travellers worldwide:  tabifolk.com
40:10
March 2, 2021
Meet Josh Grisdale, the mind and wheels behind Accessible Japan
What can you do if you totally fall in love with a country, and you just can't get enough of it? We ask Josh Grisdale, born in Canada and now a naturalised Japanese citizen, who has been discovering every hidden corner of this beautiful country where he lives and works, and telling all about it in the Bible of accessible tourism in Japan: Accessible-Japan.com. His website is the reference for all those wishing to visit, with detailed information and videos where he shows us places and gives all the necessary information, mainly to wheelchair users, and he has also created more recently a community for travelers of all abilities: tabifolk.com. And these are just his hobbies! He tells us about some hidden corners of Japan for an off-the-beaten track exploration, and has also some very good travel stories from other countries. Don't miss it! If you want to follow Josh on social media you can find him here: Ig, Twitter and Facebook: @joshgrisdale Websites: https://www.accessible-japan.com/ and https://www.tabifolk.com/  The music in this episode is played by Francesco Aprile (opening titles) and Pieter Ghijsels (closing titiles) Sound editing of the podcast by Aman Dembla This episode is offered by Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel: if you are looking for inclusive travel destinations and tours, visit www.destinationeverywhere.eu
37:16
February 4, 2021
Meet the Trawheeler: Kamil Goungor talks about accessible travel on a budget
Meet Kamil Goungor, activist and accessible travel blogger who lives in Athens, where he started his accessible travel blog "The Trawheeler", and from where he has been travelling the world on the tightest budget possible.  He calls himself "the budgetarian" and he is the only power chair traveller whom I know who is backpacking his way around the globe with true style: get some great tips on how to become a travel pro, just in time for when we'll be able to travel again. If you want to follow Kamil on social media you can find him here: Ig, Twitter and Facebook: @thetrawheeler Website: thetrawheeler.com  The music in this episode is played by Francesco Aprile Sound editing of the podcast by Aman Dembla This episode is offered by Destination Everywhere Accessible Travel: if you are looking for inclusive travel destinations and tours, visit www.destinationeverywhere.eu 
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January 26, 2021