barriers – it is all about the perspective

It is obvious: traveling can be exhausting, it needs effort, it is tiring sometimes. And now imagine how it is to have a problem while being abroad…having an accident on a trip and depending on support for example or carrying your very own, personal boundaries. Bad right?

Our problems feel like chick poop, if we look around. There are people with handicaps and they travel. They handle basic conditions for disabled people in certain countries, regions or cities. They improvise and stay focused on what they want: exploring foreign territories!

We invited Tony the traveller to the TFL20. He has visited all 7 continents and over 123 countries, alone. Basically he is a super traveller and he will tell you how it is to travel with handicaps and not being influenced, not being impressed by that.