Commonwealth Women’s Forum

Posted by Jay in Travel on April 26th, 2018

Commonwealth Women’s Forum I had the opportunity and pleasure to attend the Commonwealth Women’s Forum. This was only the second time that there had been a Women’s Forum. The first one was in Malta two years prior. The different Commonwealth forums focus on a certain topic, Women, Business, People, and Youth Forums. Various members of […]

Best Monday Ever Sponsored By Lerato Foods & Hamilton

Posted by Jay in Travel on April 10th, 2018

LUCKY MONDAY Monday is a day that is thought of as the beginning to a long work or school week. If your birthday happens to land on a Monday, you don’t go around jumping for joy. Cuz even if you are free to celebrate, chances are that nobody else will be able to enjoy it […]

Filming in Greenwich for Accessible London

Posted by Jay in Travel on February 12th, 2018

WHY GREENWICH? Greenwich is an inner London borough located in zones 2 and 3 on the London underground. It borders the boroughs of Lewisham, Newham and Tower Hamlets and is South of the Thames River. Greenwich Maritime is a UNESCO World Heritage site, that was inscribed in 1997. This includes the town centre, royal park and all […]

Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport IS The Destination

Posted by Jay in Travel on February 5th, 2018

Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport in Mumbai is the second busiest airport in India, after Delhi’s Indira Ghandi Airport. It was originally called Sahar International Airport before the name changed. It was named after Chhatrapati Shivaji, who was the first monarch of Raigad Fort. Regardless of whether you are arriving in Mumbai, flying off somewhere […]

Johannesburg v Cape Town – Which South African City Should You Visit?

Posted by Jay in Travel on January 31st, 2018

THE SOUTH AFRICAN DILEMMA South Africa is an amazing country to visit, this enormous nation is home to so many delights. From it’s geography as the most Southern point of the African continent, to it’s people and the wealth of culture they bring. The most famous of them all being the late Nelson Mandela, the […]

Mainstreaming Disability LSE Talk

Posted by Jay in Travel on January 20th, 2018

Mainstreaming Disability: The Invitation Mainstreaming Disability was an LSE talk that I was invited to be a part of earlier in the week, organised by the LSE Student Union. They sought to ask the important question of how we as a society could make change and actually make positive steps in mainstreaming disability. I had been invited […]

What To Do In Antwerp – Part 2

Posted by Jay in Travel on January 18th, 2018

Antwerp has so much to offer that I had to separate it into two posts! You can find the first Antwerp post here. So let’s not waste any time and dig right into part two of this fabulous little city! MAS Museum Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) is a very unique museum, and unlike any that I […]

What To Do In Antwerp – Part 1

Posted by Jay in Travel on January 5th, 2018

ANTWERP As I’d said in a previous post, I found Antwerp to be an accessible city. It is the compactness of Antwerp that makes it so easy to get around, and allows you to see so much in a short space of time. Here is my guide on all the amazing places you can (and […]

The Joy & Validation I Get From Black Travel Events

Posted by Jay in Travel on December 13th, 2017

Black travel events enthusiast? No doubt you have seen me a lot in the past few months. I have been going to a lot of black travel events or BAME travel events, after my long hiatus. Don’t get me wrong, I am a lover of all travel centred events and conferences. But there is something […]

What It Is Like Travelling With A Disability

Posted by Jay in Travel on December 3rd, 2017

Today is 3rd December, and the 25th anniversary of the International Day of Persons with Disability (IDPD). It was originally created by the United Nations in 1992 “to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society and development, and to increase awareness of on the situation of persons with disabilities in […]

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about Jayon UPDATE: As of 25/09/2015 Nigeria has been removed from the WHO's Polio Endemic List! Having been born in Nigeria, I hail from one of three countries where polio is still unfortunately endemic, the other two being Pakistan and Afghanistan. I had contracted the poliovirus before my ...Read More

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