Travelling with multiple disabilities and conditions – the essentials before I’ve even left home.

I’ve got a couple of trips coming up in the next month or so. Trips I’m more than excited for, but that are also anxiety inducing. They aren’t too far away, but they do involve planning. A lot of planning. I need to know exactly what I’m taking with me. I need to look atContinue reading “Travelling with multiple disabilities and conditions – the essentials before I’ve even left home.”

London, Easter 2016

A week away in London, a week of minor stressful moments, but overwhelmingly a week of reaffirming and making friendships, growing closer as sisters, and taking the time to see things normally missed in a long weekend away. This week has been amazing. My body has mostly behaved in regards to pain levels, I randomly metContinue reading “London, Easter 2016”

Travelling as an Aspie with other disabilities 

I love travelling. I love being somewhere with different sights. In that I’m not that different from my NT (neurotypical) sister. But I have a checklist that relates to my Aspie nature as well as my Arthritis, my Irlen Syndrome, my PTSD, my Asthma, and my Endometriosis that others wouldn’t even think about. If I’mContinue reading “Travelling as an Aspie with other disabilities “

Travel as a disabled/differently abled person

A friend of mine has tweeted tonight about not being allowed to get on a Virgin train because she hasn’t booked in advance.  Why did she need to book in advance for something most of us take for granted?  She and the friend she was travelling with were in their wheelchairs and going two stopsContinue reading “Travel as a disabled/differently abled person”