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Calling Rebel Travelers: Information for Traveling with Challenges

Topic status: open question

 » Travel & Mobility
Landesflagge: US
RebelTraveler
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I 18, have CP and am writing a book on accessible travel. People have tried to tell me that I can only travel certain "accessible" places because I use a wheelchair for long distances. People do not know what I can or cannot do. I think there are lots of people like me - that want information not limitations. My book will be very specific about accessibility of certain sites - IE: how many steps, is there an elevator, what is the ground like etc and tips about travel in general and specific countries.

At the beginning of March I am starting a kickstarter campaign to fund my book. It will be available both as an book and a physical book. This will be the first in a series of books on different countries and specific sites in them. The first book will be about England, Scotland, Wales and possibly Normandy and Paris. We will visit places from Dr. Who Sites to Jane Austen's home. The information will let everyone, with physical disabilities or not, the specifics of a site and whether it is worth the effort.

I would appreciate tips or suggestions on what to include in the book. If you are interested, please check out my kickstarter at the beginniing of March.
Written on: 21/02/2014 [23:27]
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