Kagoshima in a wheelchair | Accessibility Review | Little Miss Turtle

Kagoshima in a wheelchair | Accessibility Review

The last stop on our 21-day Shinkansen trip through Japan was Kagoshima. While this beautiful and accessible seaside city at the southwestern tip of Kyushu Island is not a typical stop for travelers with a Japan Rail Pass, it is more than worth a visit. Kagoshima is known for its active and potentially dangerous volcano, the […]

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Wheelchair accessible Cape Town

Wheelchair accessible Cape Town

Wheelchair accessible Cape Town | A beautiful and wheelchair-friendly dream destination   What comes up first to your mind when you think of Cape Town? Table Mountain, the African penguins, V & A Waterfront, Signal Hill, Lion’s Head, Green Point Stadium, Muizenberg, Camps Bay, breathtaking landscapes, surfers, sharks, whales, baboons and much more – welcome to South Africa! […]

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Little Miss Turtle | All about accessibility Tokyo

Tokyo Travel Diary | All about Accessibility

Update March 2018: Mobility Scooter Rental in Tokyo  Accessibility Review of Tokyo Back home since yesterday, my thoughts are still in Japan. It has been my fourth trip to Tokyo and I will always be in love with this city and its mixture of modern technology and tradition. This time I rented a mobility scooter […]

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Little Miss Turtle | Disneyland Paris in a wheelchair

Disneyland Paris in a wheelchair

Disneyland Paris & Walt Disney Studios   Disneyland, a place almost every child dreams of. I’ve never been to one and so I decided to find out how wheelchair accessible Disneyland Paris is. In this article, I’ll give you some good advice, tips and tricks as well as  detailed information on the attractions for wheelchair users.   […]

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Little Miss Turtle | Nice surprise at CDG Airport

Nice surprise at Paris CDG Airport

I lately took a flight to Paris CDG Airport together with my boyfriend. After landing, a nice disability service assistant helped me to leave the airplane. He lifted me back into my wheelchair and accompanied us all the way to the arrival zone. At the exit, he asked us what we would do next. I replied that we would go […]

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