September, 2018

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Amazing announcement coming this Sunday!

This Sunday morning, Mountain time, expect an amazing announcement. I will be detailing the full story for the next two weeks over at my Twitter page. Please follow me for updates! @nedskee


Paying it forward

As a visually impaired traveler, I fully understand that the airline staff is going to be spending more time with me than the average customer. In situations where volume throughput of guests is required, such as the Skycap, consider tipping a bit more than the average guest would, it doesn’tRead More …


The most important thing to bring on your next trip

Getting ready for a trip can be an exhausting process – packing, organizing care for your animals and making sure someone will come over and bring in the mail along with the anxiety of forgetting your medications or swimsuit can put you in a bad mood before you even getRead More …


Home sweet Home

Jamaica was beautiful. The resort we stayed at, Couples Tower Isle has been around since the late 1940’s. So many cool celebrities have stayed there, and there is a ton of interesting history about the property. Temperatures were in the high 80’s most days, and the humidity was around 80%,Read More …


Headed to Jamaica!

The Blind Travels crew is headed to Couples Tower Isle in Jamaica tonight. You can follow the fun and adventure on my twitter feed @nedskee When I return, expect a full accessibility accounting for American Airlines, and of course a Resort Review of Couples Tower Isle. If you would likeRead More …


Accessibility in Yellowstone National Park

Ever wonder how our oldest national park stands up in terms of accessibility for blind and visually impaired guests? Wonder no more – see my full review after spending two weeks wandering all over the park here


Finding your suitcase

I recently bought a new Samsonite hard-sided suitcase for an upcoming trip. The suitcase was for sale at a local big box store as a two piece set, but it broke my cardinal rule about never buying a black suitcase. Being visually impaired, I am adamantly opposed to black suitcasesRead More …


Research is the key to success

When traveling to a new location, be sure to take plenty of time to research your destination thoroughly. Familiarize yourself with the area, getting to not only know the streets in the area, but large and common landmarks in the vicinity. I can’t count the number of time I haveRead More …


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