Tag Archives: Wheelchair taxis

Paris to Sydney

It’s been my aim to write an update to our blog for months and as we are now into September, Spring here in Australia, I realise I just have to do it! The reason for our long gap in communication … Continue reading

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Champagne

Last year (2012) we passed along the fabulous Marne Valley, cutting through the geographic middle of the Champagne region, when everywhere was relaxed and often closed for business.  That was because it was late November. The grape harvest (vendanges) was … Continue reading

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Canal lateral a la Loire and canal de Roanne a Digoin: wheelchair repaired

We’ve had lots of glorious sunshine at last, in Roanne, but for many days of the last week we had storms with torrential rain which caused flooding in the region. Our journey since Briare (our last blog): From Briare along … Continue reading

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Trams .. and the Expansion of Sydney’s Light Rail System

Sydney’s once in our lifetime chance at universally accessible public transport! In the middle of all the wonderful experiences we are enjoying over here on the waterways of Europe, Stewart has felt driven to do everything he can in relation to … Continue reading

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Airoplanes, Adapted Vans, Trains and .. Boats.

Going back in time, since our last blog, our final weeks in Australia were spent at our gorgeous house on the Hawkesbury River in a mix of frantic preparation for our departure (packing up the house, again) and enjoying time … Continue reading

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The inaccessible, ‘accessible’ public transport

We had an amazing time in Maastricht but one thing we should mention before moving on to the next wonderful town was how we came to see the once-in-seven-years Procession of the Relics (previous blog). We had planned for that … Continue reading

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