Ripple Hangout on Disability Travel


As a projecteer for the Ripple Movement, I got involved in speaking about my project (Sclerotic Footprints) and on Disability Travel on the Google Ripples Hangout – Accompanied with Cherie King (Talking Hands) and Dylan Lowe (Editor-in-chief at the Ripple Movement).

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Announcement: New role at Pugdundee Safaris

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It is with great pleasure that I announce the news of my new position as Overseas Consultant at Pugdundee Safaris starting May 2015.

My position with Pugdundee Safaris is part-time with frequent travels to various travel operators selling the Indian subcontinent in UK & Europe. As a Business to Business (B2B) platform, my role will give me great opportunity in promotions, marketing and finally developing new strategies / products in wildlife travel with other wilderness travel companies using our wildlife lodges in 6 tiger reserves (India and Nepal).

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15 Natural Wonder Accounts on Instagram to Follow


Instagram defines itself as a social media platform where we capture, share this world’s moments – Instagram is fast, beautiful and a fun way to share your life with friends and family. What if an account that you followed was a person who was interested in the wilderness, wildlife, nature and the outdoors? Surely it will be inspiring to follow the best feeds which nature can ever offer.

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Bird of the Day #BOTD – The Small Indian Pratincole

The Small Indian Praticole  - Pic Credits Sumant Rajguru

This is the start of a new series on my blog. It is called the Bird of the Day #BOTD and one picture of a bird from around the world will be posted here on and shared with my network on twitter, google + and facebook accounts.

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Palace Umer Hayat, Chiniot – Pakistan


Palace Umer Hayat, Chiniot, Pakistan. by Amir Mukhtar Mughal | on Flickr.

Umer Hayat Palace is an architectural wonder of Chiniot, Jhang, Pakistan. It is believed Umer Hayat, a successful trader, had the magnificent palace constructed for his newborn son. It took 10 years and 200,000 Rupees for the palace to be constructed, although Umer Hayat died a few months before completion.

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