Tag Archives: access
Esuper Espana

Esuper Espana

Following on from a very open and honest blog post last week, I want to bring things back to a more positive here and now vibe. I’ve been less descriptive of my time in Spain, partly with my low energy, but also as things took a while to take shape. Here is a better catch […]

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Sponsored Post: More Than Able to Travel

Sponsored Post: More Than Able to Travel

Thankfully we live in a world where there is more consideration for disabled people than in the past. This means that people with disabilities can feel more confident about travelling, knowing that their needs will be considered. The travel company Thomson offers a diversity of places to visit that can be enjoyed by people with […]

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Disability and new horizons in Spain

Back in March and April this year I was in Spain for the European Voluntary Service. This article outlines my amazing time there! During my stay I had some problems to find accessible bars and cafes with my fellow volunteers. Instead of finger pointing, we celebrated those that were accessible and accommodating. Here’s the video […]

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Tenerife: For me and For you

“I only see my wheelchair when I see my shadow. Don’t chase your shadow, chase your dreams” The attached homepage picture was taken on Tenerife’s ‘Playa Las Vistas’ on a recent trip. This island really inspires me so much. Checkout the video for my general thoughts and for some information about the Mar y Sol […]

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Epic Euro Trip Bloopers and Outtakes

Check out all the mistakes, mishappenings and misgivings on the roadtrip. I encourage you to laugh along

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Final Video of EEDR

Since arriving back from the EEDR I had that much needed shower (after the hotel issues at the end of the trip), had some home cooked food and slept. Following a trip back to London and attending the Stelios Award event, I have been in ‘searching’ mode. I have been mulling over what the trip […]

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EEDR: day 18 – A big thank you and goodbye from Brussels

The final video of the #EEDR comes from outside the European Parliament! Having met the accessible tourism office and The European Disability Forum (covering the 60m disabled people in the EU); I chanced my arm with the big guys! Big thanks to you for crowd funding, following and supporting this project. The report, meetings and […]

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EEDR: Interview with The Accessible Travel Info Point (Brussels)

Through the wonderful Ivor Ambrose at the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT); I was put in touch with the office for accessibility in Flanders (a region of Belgium). Based in Brussels they share in this video interview their great work for accessible tourism in Belgium and beyond.

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EDDR: day 15 – Cobbly Prague streets

As the trip approached 2 weeks long; Filipe and I had our most tired spell in Prague. I did find the cobbles a little bumpy too. Nonetheless we had a great meeting with POV (link) and enjoyed the old town. Checkout the video!

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EEDR: day 14 – Wheelchair access in Auschwitz

On the journey between Krakow and Prague we stopped of in Auschwitz. A very educational stop and something I’ve wanted to do since I was 7 years old, learning about WWII. It wasn’t the most accessible part of the #EEDR though…

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