Monthly Archives: January 2016

An Inteprid Traveller’s Tales

Written on January 27, 2016 at 9:11 am, by

There’s no shortage of travel articles in the style of ‘5 things I learned while trekking in Nepal/cycling across America/*’ (*insert any activity anywhere). It’s refreshing therefore to find one which throws a light on the challenges and the rewards experienced by a traveller in a wheelchair. Anthony William is determined to visit every  Continue Reading »

Cruises for all – except wheelchair users

Written on January 20, 2016 at 12:21 pm, by

While cruising is often promoted as a holiday option which is well suited for travellers with reduced mobility, it appears that this isn’t always the case. A recent story in the Liverpool Echo describes how passenger Ann Fisher was refused a booking on the Fred Olsen vessel Boudicca, as company policy dictated that all passengers  Continue Reading »

Luggage that follows you around

Written on January 13, 2016 at 10:02 am, by

This latest invention may look like a bit of gimmick, but it could prove invaluable to travellers with visual impairment or with mobility problems. A tech company has created a prototype of a suitcase which is linked to its user by a smartphone app, and which will follow their owner obediently through busy areas  Continue Reading »

Accessible city walking tours

Written on January 6, 2016 at 9:54 am, by

Taking an organised city tour can often be a problem for those with reduced mobility. While pavements might be successfully negotiated with a wheelchair, it’s often very hard to know whether buildings (especially old houses or churches) are accessible to all visitors. Full marks then, to Barcelona Tourism for their approach to the walking tours  Continue Reading »

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