Tag: differently abled


Big changes coming to IOS

If you are an iPhone user like me, I always  wonder what fresh pain awaits those of us with little or no sight when it comes to a major update for the IOS. I have used Apple stuff since the iPhone 2 and the worst part is making changes toRead More …


Flight for Sight 2024

a black and white silhouette of a plane flying

Photography is a language that speaks to our senses and emotions. It whispers secrets about the world—a sun-kissed meadow, a bustling city street, a tearful embrace. Yet, for those without sight, this language remains silent. Photographs, no matter how evocative, remain mere abstractions for those who cannot see them. TheRead More …


Building your confidence: Preparing mentally to travel with little or no sight

A blind man wearing sunglasses raises his head into the air to smell the air around im. A busy market can be seen behind him

So, you’ve got the travel bug, but the idea of navigating the world without sight has you feeling grounded? Been there, done that (with a killer massage at a super chill airport because, hey, delays happen!). But trust me, globetrotting as a blind or visually impaired adventurer is an epicRead More …


Accessible review of Royal Caribbean 3 day cruise from Long Beach to Mexico

The coastline at La Bufadora. large craggy rock sticks out of the ocean. BThe sky is blue and low mountains can be seen in the background. In the foreground, plusing waves can be seen.

Our review of the three day cruise from Long Beach to Ensenada Mexico is live! check it out!  Accessible review of Royal Caribbean 3 day cruise from Long Beach to Mexico. Was it accessible for blind travelers? https://www.blindtravels.com/royal-caribbean-3-day-cruise-long-beach-to-ensenada/ #TravelTuesday #blind #disabled @RoyalCaribPR “Traveling, without sight, is an extraordinary journey ofRead More …


The ultimate guide to cruising with your guide dog

A golden retriever guide dog in harness stetting on the deck of a cruise ship next to a lounge chair.

Have you considered taking your guide dog on a cruise with you? Check out my ultimate guide to cruising with a guide, discussing everything from the documentation you need to gather before the cruise to where they will relieve onboard. https://www.blindtravels.com/ultimate-guide-to-cruising-with-guide-dogs/ “Traveling, without sight, is an extraordinary journey of exploration.Read More …


Check out our accessible review of The Clocktower Cabaret in Denver

The clocktower cabaret logo, a yellow clock tower with The Clocktower Cabaret words encircling it.

If you find yourself in Denver, take some time to check out the Clocktower Cabaret, located just off the 16th street mall. The Clocktower Cabaret features music, comedy, burlesque and much more. Our accessible review just went live.  The Clocktower Cabaret Denver Co. an accessible review “Ted’s journey into theRead More …


Hotel Eastlund review

Check out our review of Hotel Eastlund in Portland, a modern and contemporary boutique hotel located a couple blocks from the Portland Convention Center @HotelEastlund Hotel Eastlund, a contemporary and modern boutique hotel in Portland’s Eastside. “Ted’s journey into the landscape of the human body is a marvelous celebration ofRead More …


Don’t fly stressed!

A cartoon of a man on an airplane seat looking stressed. Behind him a plane is flying

Recently, I took a trip to California from Denver on United. Once the passengers got settled, the usual safety briefing did not happen, instead the captain came out of the cockpit and grabbed the intercom to address the plane. In my travels this was a bit of a surprise, soRead More …


Emotional Support Alligator denied entrance to Baseball game

emotional support animal logo

As a guide dog user, this is one of the more difficult articles for me to write.  Recently, Joie Henney, of Jonestown, Pennsylvania, a Phillies fan was denied entry to watch Philadelphia host Pittsburgh. The reason he was denied entry to the game was because he brought his emotion supportRead More …


Two blind women removed from cruise ship

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Recently, two blind women from West Sussex were removed from a P&O cruise ship over health and safety concerns. The cruise departed from Southampton and the passengers said that the cruise line and London-based travel agency that booked the cruise for them were aware of their visual impairment and wereRead More …


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