I recently returned from my annual, week-long family holiday. This year, my parents and I chose to stay in the UK after all the hassle we had last year with flying (find my review of our trip to Salou, Spain here). [Read more…]
I’ve noticed a lot of discussion within Facebook groups recently, around the topic of walking versus the use of a wheelchair. [Read more…]
It can be so annoying when you’re planning a trip in the UK when you need the place to be accessible to you. It can be so frustrating, especially when you would love to see something in your own country, yet can’t because of stairways, toilets and tools that are simply not at the venue/destination. There are 10 million people in the UK with disabilities, and yet [Read more…]
Limited mobility doesn’t have to mean that you can’t do fun stuff like camping. It will not be as easy, but it’s only a matter of getting the right stuff to make it easier. In fact, activities like camping may be good for you physically, emotionally, and socially. [Read more…]
When you hear the word accessible, camping probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Music festivals can throw out so many additional barriers for disabled music fans; from camping out, storing medication, standing or sitting all day without a break, large crowds that appear much faster than they disappear and without a doubt the biggest barrier of all – MUD! Lots and lots of mud. [Read more…]
Hello, Simply Emma readers!
I’m John, a triple amputee, power wheelchair user and burn survivor who blogs over at . Emma asked me to share some of my travel insights with you, so I’d like to highlight my favorite European city – Berlin, Germany! [Read more…]