Hassle-free visas

With increased security measures in place, it can be a challenge to secure a visa to travel overseas. Here’s how to tick all the boxes A fellow “wheelie” asked for advice about getting visas for Europe and the United Kingdom (UK) for him and his caregiver. After I gave him...

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Exploring Cape Town

From accessible transport in and around Cape Town to the beautiful view from the accessible room in the Aha Quayside Hotel in Simon’s Town, here are some tips for exploring the Mother City While on my many travels for work and pleasure, I visited Cape Town and needed to arrange...

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Bon voyage!

There are a few things to consider when planning an accessible holiday. With this basic checklist, you’ll be sure to have the trip of your dreams. With my daily work, I’m often contacted by people with disabilities asking for assistance with planning a holiday. Here is one of these requests...

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Bowling away the competition

ROLLING INSPIRATION contributor Mandy Latimore participated in the Rainbow Trips Ultimate Performance Bowls Competition. She shares her experience. Now in its fifth year, the Rainbow Trips Ultimate Performance Bowls Competition was sponsored by Ultimate Performance with a total prize purse of R30 000. More than 200 entrants signed up. “The aim...

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Holidaying by the sea

If you are looking for a beautiful “just off the beaten path” place to holiday, then Brenton-On-Sea, a small seaside village in Knysna, is the secret that I’m sharing with you. Situated on the cliffs above the beach, this little hamlet consists mainly of private homes used as permanent and...

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Holidaying on the East Coast

These accessible hotels, cottages and guest houses will help make your stay on the South African East Coast and in George a little more comfortable. During my travels over the past months I’ve come across some establishments that really try to be accessible, while others just are! Ari Seirlis also...

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A safe passage

People with mobility impairments are often nervous when travelling with expensive mobility aids in case those aids get damaged. These tips should give you some peace of mind. Many people with mobility impairments are nervous to travel with expensive mobility aids as they worry about damage to these vital pieces […]