For those who love to travel, it is hard to understand how much a life-changing disability such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) can impair this pleasure. But while many will assume that losing the ability to walk, talk and eat independently would put an end to your wanderlust, one man strongly disagrees.

In a post in the Huffington Post, Jay Smith, who suffers with ALS, describes how he continues to travel despite the many obstacles in his way. He offers tips for other travellers with disability and his advice is helpful, irreverent and inspiring in equal measure.

His article is here: 10 Things You Should Know When Traveling With a Wheelchair and you can follow Jay on Twitter.