I had lunch at the brightly coloured Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku with my brother, Michael. Getting there Harajuku Station is wheelchair accessible (barrier free) with an elevator and ramp. Staff are able to assist with a ramp if you let station staff know before boarding. It's a short five (5) minute push (walk) downhill to … Continue reading Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku
I have skied in Japan before but never had to take a sit ski with me. Disabled Wintersport Australia (DWA) changed some policies meaning a sit ski from DWA wasn't on loan to Myoko Snowsports and I had take a sit ski with me. This is how I made it happen. What is needed? Sit … Continue reading Getting a sit ski to Japan
Happy New Year! Best wishes for 2019! Another year has flown by with triumphs and hardships. These are just a few highlights. I travelled to the USA (San Francisco, New York, Los Angelese) and Canada (Vancouver & Whistler) with my Mum. I skied at Whistler in Canada for the first time. It was freezing but … Continue reading The year that was 2018
My guide to finding a wheelchair accessible apartment in Canberra
Feature in DWA newsletter, 16 October 2018, Issue 32
7 ways I look after my mental health
Today is National Disabled Wintersports Day. This is my guide to why and how to get involved in adaptive winter sports in Australia.