It is a great sight to see that countries have done and keep on doing things to accommodate every traveler, disabled or not but ravel can be pretty tricky for some non-disabled people, especially those with disabilities as there are many barriers to travel experienced by people with a disability. But would you let people (or curbs) tell you that you can’t do it? People like Renee Bruns, the person behind the travel blog Wheels Travels The World, will tell you that a wheelchair is not a hindrance to experiencing the world and its wonders.
Renee joins Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski in an educating and inspiring episode of The New Nomad podcast. As all three have their own travel adventure stories, they shared their unique journey with the audience and discussed what societies and countries can do better when it comes to accommodating people with disabilities. As we continue to grow in terms of technology, we sometimes forget that kindness is the most important thing. So tune in to this episode and be inspired.
[3:25] Helping Others is in Every One of Us
[7:37] Disabled or able-bodied, preparation for traveling is the key
[12:51] People are all generally kind
[16:18] Travel Blogging: Triggering memories and emotions
[20:20] The importance of joining a community for travelers
[28:56] The world needs to care a lot more
Renee is a former Fortune 500 executive who recently turned vagabond. She's currently on a professional career sabbatical and out to experience the world. She started using a wheelchair at the age of seven due to a genetic skeletal disorder and has traveled to over 28 countries and all 50 states in the United States of America on her wheels. From the Great Wall of China to the penguins at the South Pole - all the wonders make it to her list! She is the person behind the wheelstravelstheworld.com blog and her goal is to visit every UN member country – a lifelong dream finally coming true.
Wheels Travels The World: https://wheelstravelstheworld.com/
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