There is no feeling like confidence when traveling alone, especially when you’re disabled. Most people think that when you’re on crutches, in a wheelchair or powerchair you can’t really travel. Well, they are wrong. I love traveling and never let my disability stop me from doing what I love. Here are tips to help you feel more confident, whether traveling alone or with a companion.
Go to the small historic town of Szigetvar in Hungary for its annual festival and reenactment of the Turkish invasion of 1566. “Szigetvar has changed little since Zrinyi’s contribution to history, which adds real atmosphere to the festival of today.”
Imagine skipping the line at the check-in counter, getting easily through security, and at your destination going directly from the gate to the transportation area, all without having to pay baggage fees heading out or coming home.
So as caretakers it falls on us to be aware of what their needs are beforehand. Below is a list of the top 10 things you need to know when traveling with your pets.