Uluru has an allure that’s not tangible. People often describe their visit as spiritual, leaving them with feelings that are hard to put into words. We’ve been to Uluru twice now and I think I appreciated the size, magic and beauty of Uluru more the second time. We stayed for
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Disneyland and California Adventure Park have earned their reputation for being an inclusive attraction and the happiest place on earth.
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Josh is an 8 year old wheelchair user living with Sacral Agenesis. Affecting 1 in 25,000 people, Sacral Agenesis often results in a missing tailbone, malformation of several vertebrae, no knee caps, club feet and bladder and bowel problems. Josh also only has one kidney. But if you see Josh
It’s daunting as a wheelchair user entrusting an airline with your chair. Given most wheelchair users are dependent on the equipment when they get to their destination, it’s important to pre-plan and prepare your chair for travel.