8 Things I Learned While Traveling

Firsts can’t be repeated. I went to a conference for a second time. Apparently I carried high expectations with me. I didn’t know that until the week ended and I felt some unexplained disappointment. What was I expecting? Was I subconsciously comparing this year to last year? Whenever you experience something for the first time — an event, a relationship, …

Exploring Italy From a Wheelchair User’s Perspective

Today we welcome Jasmine from The Globe on Wheels to the traveling conversation! My love of ancient cultures and civilizations began when I took a Greek and Roman mythology course as an elective for one of the programs I was studying at the time. As soon as I finished that program, I applied to my local university and was accepted into …

Accessitrip: an Adventure with Accessible Tourism

The travel series continues with the story behind Accessitrip. Welcome, Irina! Hello, my name is Irina. I’m a travel lover, and I love to discover accessible places around the world for people with disabilities. I have a relative with reduced mobility and she is the main reason why I started my adventure with the accessible tourism. 2012 was the first …

Traveling with a Disability, part one

Traveling always involves a level of planning. Having a disability adds another layer. Some details have to be considered and researched before leaving home. The biggest question is: Which hotel seems to have the best accessibility options? When looking into the accessibility of a room, it’s not just about the space being wheelchair-friendly or the bathroom having a different layout. …