6 Things to Look Out for When Planning Holidays for Elderly Disabled

Our parents have always been the ones preparing us when there is a forthcoming holiday. They determined the destination, are the ones who determined what you will need for the trip and in some circumstances the things to do when you travel. When the parents or other family members are disabled and in need of […]

At the beginning of September, I attended another Seable’s Holiday to Rome. This was, yet again, another fantastic and memorable trip. Our small group set off on another adventure travelling to London Gatwick Airport to catch our flight. On arrival at Rome Fiumicino Airport we were met by Damiano and Emma who would be our […]

I am Emma, from Seable Team, and I have just returned from the most incredible experience in Vietnam and Cambodia and, guess what,  I can’t wait to share it with you all. It was an inspection trip of the 2 countries to help us plan a future holiday for a group of Blind and Partially […]

Interview with visually impaired YouTuber Lucy Edwards

This month’s blog post is a bit of a different post for us, but we’re really excited about it! Last month, we found out what it’s like to be a blogger when you have a visual impairment, this month’s post is leading on from that, we thought we’d find out what it’s like to be […]

My name is Holly and I’m the author of the blog Life of a Blind Girl. I started my blog back in 2015 and it’s evolved so much since then, my blog has always been my corner of the internet but I didn’t realise how many opportunities it would actually give me including writing for […]

This week’s blog has been written by our guest Masuma who came with us on the magical island of Lanzarote, the northernmost and easternmost island of the Canary Islands.   Dragging myself out of bed on Tuesday morning at 1.45am was the least pleasurable part of the holiday! However, several hours later and over 1600 […]

Winter travel destinations can be tricky. Often, you feel as if you’re either picking a very specific winter destination – such as a place to ski – or avoiding the season altogether by heading somewhere tropical, or south of the equator. Both options are perfectly valid, but they really don’t narrow things down too much, […]

Five years of Seable This week’s blog has been written by our blogger Holly Tuke, the award nominated disability and lifestyle blogger behind the successful blog Life of a Blind Girl.   It’s hard to believe that Seable is five years old this year, where has the time gone? It’s been an incredible five years, […]

Our guest blogger for this week is Daniel Sherwin from the blog http://dadsolo.com/. Daniel is going to talk about how to make a trip with kids easier. Traveling can be loads of fun, but kids can often find it tiring or anxiety-inducing. If you’re worried about how to keep your kids entertained and sane, don’t […]

In February of this year, Seable, aided by the Thai tour operator, Nutty’s Adventures, came to Thailand bringing a group blind and partially sighted travellers from Victa, a very well known charity from Milton Keynes, UK. Their 12-day tour took the  group of tourists to both the North and South of Thailand. The tour was […]