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Useful Air Travel Tips for Wheelchair Users

As somebody who has travelled extensively with a wheelchair user, I know just how stressful and daunting it can be for users to fly. The confined space, length of journey, lack of privacy and storage issues are all deterrents, not to mention getting ... Read More...

ARCHIVISTS’ NOTE | OCTOBER 2019

Thank you for visiting our site and for reading this month's issue which centers Accessibility Tourism. I must admit that last year when the staff threw the idea of doing an issue on handicap travel out there, I had no idea how we would tackle thi... Read More...

ARCHIVISTS’ NOTE | SEPTEMBER 2019

Welcome to this month's destination issue: Mexico! With everything occurring in the political environment, we thought we'd take a moment to shine a light on not only the bright lights and tourist destinations in Mexico but on how our history and c... Read More...

Afro Mexicans

Afro Mexicans, a population that ascended from the enslaved Africans of Spanish colonizers in the 1600s and escaped slaves reclaiming their freedom in Northern Mexico in 1900s, are currently fighting for recognition and rights within their country. ... Read More...

ROAD TRIP | Namib-Naukluft National Park

After spending a week getting lost along the wet, windy coast of Swakopmund, Namibia,  in a wave of wanderlust and renewed energy we decided to experience even more of Namibia, while we still had a rental car in my possession. We had already traveled... Read More...

I Went on a Voodoo Pilgrimage in Haiti

In July, hundreds of pilgrims made their way to an isolated town in the northwest of Haiti, called Anse-à-Foleur or Ansafolè. The journey celebrates a black saint known as Gran'n Sainte Anne Charitable in her European Catholic form and Ti Saint Anne ... Read More...