While visiting Bucharest, Romania, I was kicked out of a casino for being disabled and in a wheelchair. "Wheelchairs are not allowed," an employee told me.
Reviewing my wheelchair assistance experience on Kenya Airways. I checked a power wheelchair and used an aisle chair to board the Boeing 787 to Hong Kong.
Chen Zhou is a man who should be in a wheelchair. He moves around independently, entirely on his hands. "Impossible" is clearly not in his vocabulary.
Watch as John Morris attempts to pull a Boeing 757 with his power wheelchair at the 2015 Delta Air Lines Jet Drag in Atlanta, Georgia.
Most airlines, hotel chains and rental car agencies have programs that reward frequent travelers for their loyalty.
Surprisingly, much of the information available on the internet about accessible travel has been written by able-bodied people.
"There are no invalids in the U.S.S.R.!" These words were spoken in 1980 by a Soviet official who was asked if Russia would host the Paralympic Games.
Too often, the disabled are invisible to us. We are not ignoring their existence. They're just not out with us in public. We can't see what is not there.