Travel is my dream, my passion. Yet for many including myself it feels as if that’s all it is, just a dream- obstructed by the barriers of chronic illness, and disability.
Its good to start with shorter distances to travel and explore, and there are so many close wonders right near us we have no idea about. But sometimes people just want to fly to a different country, a different culture experience where they can learn and grow from the many things our world can teach us. But when you have a disability of any sort, you can’t necessarily just jump on a plane. Travelling takes planning, in-depth planning with tons of follow-ups so that we can be safe and have access to all the basic rights everyone requires and deserves on their vacation.
I know with the help of fellow travelers, accessibility barriers will no longer be the major roadblock in the way!
Accessible destinations ahead!