Post Tagged with: "travel"

Floating above the clouds. Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa.
The Wheel Deal / Travel Tips

The Wheel Deal: Tips For Flying With A Disability

  Navigating an airport can be stressful for any traveler, but navigating an airport with a disability and not knowing what to expect can get your trip off to a rocky start. Here are some travel tips to help you navigate the airport, your luggage and the plane ride without […]

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Personal Transformation Through Travel
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Personal Transformation Through Travel

Travel allows us to get in touch with different sides of ourselves that, for better or for worse, may not show themselves as we go about our usual daily routines. As we become immersed in new cultural experiences and have a personal transformation our senses are heightened, intuition becomes clearer […]

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Traveling With Disabilities: Ultimate Research & Planning Guide

Awhile back, I went to Big Bear in Southern California for a leadership retreat. Before the trip, I asked the teacher who was coordinating the trip if the campsite was accessible for those traveling with disabilities. I require wheelchair accessibility, such as ramps, flat surfaces and accessible bathrooms. Her answer […]

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A Conversation Without Words In Riomaggiore, Italy
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A Conversation Without Words In Riomaggiore, Italy

Laying out on the jagged harbor rocks in Riomaggiore, Italy, I let the warm sun tan my skin. It was so peaceful in this town of old-warm charm and fishing boats. Families swimming in the small alcove while the more adventurous types dove from high-cliffs into the water. I close […]

Amoy Hotel - Fuk Tak Chi
Accommodation / Asia / Culture / Travel / Trip Journal

The Surprising Fuk Tak Chi Temple In Singapore

The Fuk Tak Chi Temple in Singapore is a small building tucked between old shop houses along Telok Ayer Street. ‘Telok Ayer’ roughly translates into ‘Bay of Water’, and back in the day this little temple greeted Hakka and Cantonese immigrants fresh off the boat from China, their very first […]