An Interview With Debbie North | Access TOG

Debbie North is a keynote speaker, has had two books published, founded Access the Dales and runs Access TOG, part of The Outdoor Guide.

A fearless adventurer, Deb’s mission is to make the inaccessible accessible for everyone.

A wheelchair user herself, Deb loves nothing better than being on top of a mountain and has carefully documented her routes to inspire others to follow with confidence.
Deb’s walking routes are stile free and therefore accessible for wheelchair users and parents with buggies.
Browse through hundreds of walks here 
Here’s an example of one of Deb’s videos in Rutland: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7rFZ_Ma6mI&list=PLkKA6BJD9_YA3YyU-67HKtRcKGFTT67S1 
 

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An Interview With Stuart McDonald | Founder of Travefish | The Ultimate Guide to SE Asia

South-East Asia is the most popular destination for this group members, so you are in for a treat.

I chat with Stuart McDonald, co-founder of the incredible website Travelfish. If you haven’t seen Travelfish before, prepare to fall in love with the ultimate guide to this area of the world. This truly is the encyclopedia of what to see, how to get there, where to stay and what to eat.
 

Travelfish is the ultimate online guide to SE Asia

Travelfish uncovers destinations missed by the popular travel guides – perfect for families in this community. But the main thing I love is their ethos. EVERY homestay, eatery, or attraction is visited in person, AND Stuart and his team NEVER accept free accommodation, discounts or gifts. Every recommendation is shared from their unannounced visits, meaning it’s a true representation of what the reader can expect to find.

Pop over to the Travelfish website to start planning

 

These are the family locations places that Stuart recommends in our chat.
 

The Kampung in Amed
https://www.thekampung.com/

L’Petite Kepa in ALor
http://www.alor-diving-kepa.com/

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Meet Ariana | Member Spotlight

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Ariana has a wealth of knowledge on child-friendly treks in Peru

Every week we shine the spotlight on one of our members to get to know each other a bit better and discover where they have traveled as a family. 
Ariana lives in Australia but spent many years living in Peru and subsequently launched her own trekking company, Apas Peru.
Apus Peru specializes in sustainable, off-the-beaten trekking experiences in Peru’s Cusco region, taking you where no one else goes. 
Ariana has a wealth of knowledge on child-friendly treks in Peru and shared many tips, including trek preparation and altitude adjustment, in this Our Tribe Travels video interview. You can watch it here.
If Peru is on your family travel bucket list, do pop over to Ariana’s FB page.

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