Ciao! Italia!

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Scott RainsLeave a Comment

How does someone who has written more than 50 articles on travel and disability plan his own vacation? Probably just like you do – talking to people he trusts and dreaming. Eric Lipp, founder of the Open Doors organization, studies that organization’s regular surveys of US travelers with disabilities. His …

Pakkie’s Journey

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Judy HoitLeave a Comment

I am a woman with a disability. Years ago, before the polio vaccine, I contracted the polio virus which would leave me with limited use of my arms and legs. My life has been pretty ordinary and normal, school, marriage, children, divorce, and a work life. That was until 1997 …

Speak Up!

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Julie StonestreetLeave a Comment

It’s that time of year. Family reunions for the holidays. While some people dread the idea of flying, others would rather go to the dentist for a root canal than have to deal with the airport”s security. The tragedy on September 11, 2001 has changed so many aspects of our …

Cruising The Pacific

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Julie StonestreetLeave a Comment

In 1993, at age 21, I decided to travel on a cruise around the Pacific with a friend. At the time, I was fairly mobile, so the only things I was concerned about during the trip were the stairs on board between the levels and the rockiness of the ship. …

Flying Questions Answered

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Julie StonestreetLeave a Comment

Jules takes the time while recovering from an injury to answer flying questions. Fabulous article! Very informative and I can’t wait to read more in future aricles, it’s the type of info that you can’t get anywhere normally.Excellent idea! I’ll probably contact you personally one day when I get brave …

Before You Make Your Booking

In Around the World with Jules, Travel by Julie StonestreetLeave a Comment

Hi to all the readers of the Audacity Magazine. Let me introduce myself. My name is Julie Stonestreet. I have Osteogenesis Imperfecta type III/IV. I am 29 and live in Sydney, Australia. For the past eight years, I have worked for Qantas Airlines as an International Travel Consultant. I am …