In this episode we talk with Neha Arora.
Neha runs the incredible Planet Abled. Planet Abled is a groundbreaking and award-winning accessible travel company that is changing lives in India and around the world.
It is a story with a sad start but a very happy ending. Though, it isn’t an ending because things are just starting to take off for Planet Abled.
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In this episode, we talk with Gloria Lepik-Corrigan. Gloria is the host of the Your Accessible Life Podcast, as well as running the website of the same name, youraccessiblelife.com. Through her broadcast and website, she gives Practical advice and support for living well with a disability, less-ability or physical challenge.
In this episode of Have Disability, Will Travel we speak with Melanie, often better known online as Little Miss Turtle. Melanie runs a great travel blog – www.littlemissturtle.com – where she shares about her latest travel adventures. Give her story a listen, then be sure to check out her website and social media. And, you… Continue Reading Little Miss Turtle – S01 E10
In this episode of Have Disability, Will Travel we speak with Lois Strachan. Lois is an author, inspirational speaker, and host of the Accessible South Africa Travel Podcast. Throughout the interview, I was reminded again and again about why I started this podcast, and the Accessible Travel Forum – to create community and learn from… Continue Reading Lois Strachan – S01 E09
In this episode of Have Disability, Will Travel we speak with the Linda Crabtree. I first heard about Linda from Elisabeth Graham, who was in episode 4 of this podcast. Linda has had an impact on thousands of people around the world through her organization, CMT International, which provided not only information, but emotional support… Continue Reading Linda Crabtree – S01 E08
In this episode of Have Disability, Will Travel we speak with the world-changer himself, Martyn Sibley. Anyone who is interested in accessible travel knows Martyn personally, or at least heard of him. In addition to being a co-founder of both Disability Horizons and Accomable, Martyn is a consultant, influencer (ranked as 3rd most influential person… Continue Reading Martyn Sibley – S01 E07
In this episode of Have Disability, Will Travel we chat with Carrie-Ann Lightley. Carrie-Ann has been involved in the accessible travel since the age of 18 where she wore many different hats at Travel For All for over a decade. She is now working for AccessAble, an organization offering access guides to thousands of sites… Continue Reading Carrie-Ann Lightley – S01 E06
In this episode of the Have Disability, Will Travel podcast we talk with Kamil Gounger, the first accessible travel blogger from Greece. Those following his work may better know him as The Trawheeler. Kamil was heavily involved in the establishment of the independent living movement in Greece and is involved in work among young disability advocates across… Continue Reading Kamil Gounger, the Trawheeler – S01 E05
In this episode of the Have Disability, Will Travel podcast we talk with Elisabeth Graham, Executive Director of Heartland Forest Nature Experience in Niagara Falls, Canada. Located within the urban boundary of Niagara Falls, Heartland Forest is a wonderful example of a Carolinian Forest including seasonal wetlands. Visitors of all ages and abilities can learn and grow while… Continue Reading Elisabeth Graham and Heartland Forest – S01 E04
We have our first guest to interview! Yeaaaay! In this episode, we speak with Mark Bookman from Pennsylvania. Not only is Mark a PhD candidate, but he is also the first Fulbright Scholar to Japan to use a wheelchair… and on top of that he also started the Accessible Mapping Project, or AMP, which uses… Continue Reading Mark Bookman and the Accessible Mapping Project – S01 E03
Wow, a second episode! We are not starting into interviews until next time, but instead in this episode we look at a topic closely related to the Accessible Travel Forum – our sister site, Accessible Japan. Accessible Japan is a website that aims to destroy the image that Japan is not accessible, and encourage people… Continue Reading Accessible Japan – Have Disability, Will Travel – S01 E02
Welcome to the very first episode of our new podcast – Have Disability, Will Travel! This podcast will explore topics, people, destinations, and companies involved in the accessible travel market. Though the first two episodes will be monologues, the vast majority of shows will focus on conversations. We will get on the phone and get to know… Continue Reading Have Disability, Will Travel – An Accessible Travel Podcast