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Break a leg and other happenings at Bat Travels

  Well, I actually broke a leg. And then we had a great show. So there, the headline has been explained. What follows is the drama around it and lots of detail. In my line of vision is the right foot shoe lying alone where it has been discarded when I walked in in my house from my tour. It is covered in dust, and is looking miserably alone. So it the right foot chappal

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Panoramic view of Rome

The visually impaired also need a holiday. A holiday that treats them like equals. Disability tour or disability travel may not be the answer. Inclusive travel, most likely, may be. The lesser conversation we have about how different the disabled people are from able-bodied, the better it is. In fact, the conversation should be, how alike we all are, disabled or able-bodied. And therefore the need to go to a new destination, unwind in the

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A selfie clicked in the bus on-route to Kamshet

The first trip is done and what a trip it was. When I was leaving for the trip from my house early in the morning on December 2nd, I took a moment to check what I was feeling. As I was stuffing my phone charger in my red bag, I asked myself, what am I feeling? Am I excited, as I usually am when I am leaving for a holiday? I wasn’t. I was anxious.

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A massively cluttered desk

So many things are happening at the same time. The to-do list is never over. And mornings are about catching up with the previous day’s list. Starting your own thing is not cakewalk. Well, we never thought it will be. Will we swap our entrepreneur life for that of our employee life? Nope. Over this small period we have met some amazing people. And some not so amazing ones. The day we had gone to

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Tilak applied on our visiting cards

So we were super excited to handover our cards in Braille to Sushma Ma’am and Vinod Sir, our mentors at the India SME Forum (India Small Medium Enterprise Forum). It was heartwarming to see them feeling so possessive about us. When other employees of the Forum walked into the meeting room to talk to us about something else, Vinod Sir held onto the two cards in Braille, making sure to collect it back from them

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