If you're planning on travelling to New York then here is my guide to what you should know about wheelchair access. I spent a few days in New York in January 2018 with my Mum. It was winter, cold and it did rain. Flying to New York from San Francisco There are direct flights from … Continue reading What you should know about wheelchair access in New York
This is my wheelchair accessible guide to San Francisco, California, USA. I spent a few days in San Francisco in winter in January 2018 with my Mum. Flying to San Francisco There are direct flights from Sydney to San Francisco arriving in about 13 hours with Qantas. Mum and I had the third seat in … Continue reading What you should know about wheelchair access in San Francisco
I usually go to Myoko, Japan but decided to go somewhere different. Whistler, Canada was my pick. I joined Whistler Adaptive Sports Program (WASP), locked in my dates and booked private lessons. I had looked at the trail map but it wasn't until I was exploring that I realised the size of Whistler. The Peak To Peak gondola … Continue reading Whistler explored
My holiday has been planned and the packing now begins. How much can I pack? I've checked my baggage limits. It allows two bags but it's more difficult with two given my travel buddy will need to help me with mine so I use a large suitcase on four wheels. I place a smaller foldable … Continue reading Packing for an overseas winter adventure
I was interviewed and my story has been shared in Northern Daily Leader.
There are plenty of things in life that we have to do that we may not want to. There's also plenty we can do that brings us joy. It doesn't have to be expensive as some of the best things are free. These are some of my hobbies that I would like to do a … Continue reading Do more of what makes you happy
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Safe travels and enjoy the Christmas music, delicious treats, and festival time! https://youtu.be/1O79Yzgk6Nc