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 […]

For this week’s blog we have asked our friends from SeatPlan to share some thoughts about London theatres and what can be done to make them more accessible.   London Zoo? Check. The Tower of London? Check. The London Eye? Check. A West End show? Hmmm…   Though seeing a West End show is on […]

This week’s blog has been written by our new guest blogger Holly Tuke, the award nominated disability and lifestyle blogger behind the successful blog Life of a Blind Girl.   10 Tips on looking for a job when you have a visual impairment   Finding a job can be difficult, even more so when you […]

For this week’s blog we searched the web for interesting blogs about disability.   One of the most amazing things about blogging is that it gives people a platform to share their thoughts and connect with the world.   Blogs are educational and a great way for dispelling myths about the various disabilities, as through […]

For this week’s blog we are going to talk about one of the fantastic activities we offer in our destinations: cooking classes. When travelling to Rome, our guests can get their hands dirty by making home made potato gnocchi, a traditional dish that all Italians are proud of. Today we’ll share the recipe, and trust […]

For this week’s blog we are honoured to post an article written by the talented Matthew Clark, Parlaimentary Assistant at the Scottish Parliament, Trustee for Victa Children and keen traveller.   VICTA / Seable Thailand Adventure Blog     I consider myself lucky to be well internationally travelled. But this is only with family. Destinations […]

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The trip I took with a group of fantastic blind and partially sighted travellers to the Italian Alps in December, made me realise further more how important is to travel when you have a disability. When you have no disabilities and you find yourself travelling a lot, you often take for granted the obstacles you […]

This February Seable took a group of blind and partially sighted travellers from VICTA to Thailand, for many it was the first time outside Europe. What was impressive was the resonance this trip had on the Thai press. Along with being greeted by the Tourism and Sports Minister Weerasak Kowsurat, we were also interviewed by […]

The last article of the year has been written by Eeshma Qazi and it’s a resume of her experience on one of Seable holidays.     How do you feel about skiing? Are you a champion skier, gliding gracefully down those slopes every December. Or maybe you like me, are a complete novice, whose idea […]