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…]
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…]