Spotlight: Traveleyes – A Unique Travel Experience for People who are Blind or have Low Vision

Photo of the palace, Parlament and Big Ben in England is by derwiki via Pixabay *This post is not sponsored by Traveleyes* Do you enjoy traveling? Do you find your loss or lack of eyesight to be an obstacle to travel, or has it made travel less enjoyable? Well, today i want to spotlight a … Continue reading Spotlight: Traveleyes – A Unique Travel Experience for People who are Blind or have Low Vision

Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 5)

In this episode Mona visits Tokyo, Japan. https://youtu.be/uOTA7YdOdTs Well I have to say that Japan is at the top of the list when it comes to accessibility. The sound cues in the train stations and on crosswalks are very helpful and the cane guides are very well placed. The people in Tokyo are very helpful. … Continue reading Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 5)

Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 4)

In the fourth episode Mona visits Singapore. https://youtu.be/XfRjwI0oMxo I think that Singapore is definitely more advanced when it comes to accessibility. I know that one of the previous cities she visited also had cane guides but the ones in Singapore were more helpful. I think it is cool how she is not afraid to explore … Continue reading Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 4)

Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 3)

In episode 3 of Planes Trains and Canes Mona visits Istanbul Turkey. https://youtu.be/aMBTlyx8O3U https://youtu.be/K_xDsXmY8N4 I like that this episode really shows the reality of what it is like to travel as a person who is blind. There is nothing wrong with asking for help. It is better to be safe than sorry. We also see … Continue reading Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 3)

Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 2)

In the second episode Mona makes her way to London. https://youtu.be/B1sWtT-wShI https://youtu.be/Jf72wYXm5Yo The first thing that jumps out at me in this episode is the way that blind or visually impaired people are perceived by the sighted. We are seen as helpless many times. People assume that we can't be independent. Mona has someone with … Continue reading Reaction to the Documentary Planes Trains and Canes (Part 2)