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Accessibility Matters

“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.”

There are so many places to explore, it never ends. And you don't have to go far. In your own country or state there is already enough to discover. I love to hear from people which places they enjoy visiting, but I enjoy it more when I discover a place myself. Like a treasure that's waiting to be found.

Every moment, every visit can be experienced different. For me the accessibility aspect is important, to learn from, to teach others about it and to see how it develops.

My travel plans got cancelled due to covid-19 but I hope to continue to plan my trip to Canada. I booked the flights but not the hotels yet. So that's something to look forward to.

I look forward to find a suiting hotel which is accessible. I find joy in having a comfortable space even when being far from home. To feel safe especially because I am a less abled person. I am looking forward to explore new places. Where would you like to go?


Navigating around and observing. Traveling has been praised for broadening horizons, as well as learning and developing intelligence. For many philosophers, traveling is seen as an extension of the journey of life. On this basis, the journey is often seen as more important than the destination (Lao Tzu).

One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.

I've created this website to inform about accessibility, about the differences, the improvements and what we can all learn from accessible places. I would like to help make the world more accessible by sharing my own experiences.

Blogpost by Tirzah

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