Posts by: Annie

I’m an NCTJ-qualified journalist and I’ve written for a diverse range of publications from Psychologies Magazine to Post, C&IT to Pet Focus, Economia to Access and HR Magazine to Positive News. During summer 2011, I was one of the regional reviewers for the 2012 Rough Guide to Accessible Britain. I was born with what, at the time, was an undiagnosed congenital syndrome. But following DNA testing in 2012 thanks to the 2007 discovery of a correlating gene mutation, I was finally diagnosed with Goltz Syndrome – or Focal Dermal Hypoplasia – a congenital disability characterised by skeletal deformities, facial asymmetry and microphthalmia of one eye.

Bucharest hotels for all tastes (and budgets)

Written on June 26, 2017 in Europe

It may be dubbed the Little Paris of the East, but its attraction goes far beyond Franconian influences. Indeed, there is very little of the French in Romania’s capital city, but that’s part of its charm. What was on...

Lille’s brilliant Tourisme de Handicap system

Written on May 23, 2017 in News

The holiday season may be well and truly over for this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to weekends away. In fact, now Winter is officially here and the nights are drawing in, getting away for a ...

Romania – What, no vampires?

Written on May 19, 2017 in Attractions

Stepping for the first time onto Romanian soil in the capital city of Bucharest was like entering a real life (and bitterly cold) Narnia. With temperatures -24 degrees, there was so much snow and ice that every vehicle o...

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