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San Diego Gardens

If you just need to get away from it all and need to relax after a busy day of sightseeing…then this is your place… beautifully hidden and located along the Intramuros walls, this nicely kept garden is a hidden gem. We loved it there… there are some ramps to get even up on the wall …

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Loboc River Cruise

Loboc River Cruise is a very touristy affair but still worth it, as the lush green rainforest and the turquoise water is a sight and also teh boats, with its buffet and karaoke give you a bit of an idea about Philippine party idea. However, you need some nerves to get on the boat. First …

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With the beach chair on Balis beaches

Accessible Indonesia offers handicapped travel throughout Indonesia. They made the beaches of Bali accessible for wheelchair users by building a special beach wheelchair. You can book it at www.accessibleindonesia.org. In early 2018, I borrowed this manual beach buggy to take a walk at Mesari Beach in Seminyak with my family, have a drink at the …

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Gizo Diving – Explore the underwater world of the Solomons

Although the diving school on Gizo is not really specialized in dealing with severely handicapped divers, the team of Danny and Kerrie Kennedy supported us whereever they could. For example they lifted me in m wheelchair into the boat and on the edge of the boat they lifted me out of the water, using towels.  …

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Jardin de Majorelle

The Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is one of the most visited sites in Morocco and can easily be explored by wheelchair. It took French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) forty years of passion and dedication to create this enchanting garden in the heart of the “Ochre City”. Later the designer Yves Saint Laurent bought the garden …

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Watertaxi with lifting platform in Venice

In the city of Venice there are only a few water taxis with a lifting platform. They must be booked in advance (Venezia Turismo +39041240 27 71 or Consorzio Venezia Motoscafi : +39 335 230 896). But the Vaporetti and Sightseeing boats are accessible (barrier-free vessels are all signed). The Giardini and Arsenale the Biennale can be reached that way easily. Some …

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