disability

Travel

The Prague Diaries: Blog Notes

Cobbles in Prague Most of the pavements in Prague have small, mosaic style cobbles which don’t cause too many problems for a wheelchair user. At the start I even said ‘I don’t know what everyone was talking about!’ Then I encountered the road down from Prague Castle. It was a steep hill and mostly the […]

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Adventure
Sports

Six reasons to try adaptive waterskiing and wakeboarding

When the sun is shining in the UK there’s nowhere I’d rather be than waterskiing or wakeboarding on Heron Lake near Staines. While I should probably be blogging, editing videos, or getting my life admin done in some other way. Both waterskiing and wakeboarding give me so much enjoyment, I just can’t get enough. I […]

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red rocks amphitheatre top view at dusk
Travel

Access the Amphitheatre : Red Rocks

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is one of the most beautiful open-air concert venues in the world. Are you a concert goer? What is the best venue you have been to and how was the accessibility? Sophie and I have been to several over the years and Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorodo is by far my favorite. […]

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Travel

Overcoming Disability and Learning to Travel

Someone asked me a while back how I overcame my disability. While I have certainly come a long way, I still hold on to a few insecurities. Like how skinny my legs have become and how my body has changed so much. Maybe some day I will get over them, maybe not. It has been six […]

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Travel

Adaptive skiing: how to get started

Top 10 Tips for Getting Back Into Skiing in the UK For those of you wanting to get into (or back into) skiing here are my top tips for you (particularly for those based in the UK): Get in touch with Disability Snowsport UK – they run some great trips for people with a range […]

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