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Accessible Journeys Magazine

“We made the impossible, possible.” If there’s one thing you should know about Camilo Navarro and Alvaro Silberstein,
As an autistic solo traveller, I have been to many of our earth’s most breathtaking sites
I’ve been writing about travel for around 30 years and I’m a firm believer
Traveling means just as much to me now as it did prior to my spinal cord injury
Family vacations can be incredibly stressful, especially with children

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Accessible Destinations

Accessible Japan

Facilities for people with mobility challenges in Japan are becoming more widespread as the country embraces accessibility.
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Accessible Martinique

Martinique Access’ île is the information source for everything accessible on the Caribbean island of Martinique.
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My Trip to Accessible Israel

I grew up attending Catholic schools and spent many hours during my youth studying the Bible, the Holy Land, and the origins
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Accessible Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver can boast of embracing accessibility, and rightly so. From one’s arrival at the Vancouver International Airport
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Eli Meiri, Accessible Tour Guide in Israel

Many people traveling with disabilities often find it difficult to navigate their surroundings when they are in a different city
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Fully Accessible Barbados (FAB)

The Barbados Council for the Disabled is on a quest to make the island accessible to all. Through its Fully Accessible Barbados
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