Cruising in Cornwall – 1

Posted by Jay in Travel on June 24th, 2014

I recently returned from Cornwall [with all of my luggage, thank you very much] and had an absolutely amazing time, met some of the nicest people and saw how beautiful England really could be, once the bus had arrived. But seriously though, check this out; Porthcurno on the way to Minack Theatre I am awful […]

Milling around in Milan

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 26th, 2014

Italy has been on my list of places to see for a while now, and in March I planned a trip to visit Milan and then move onto Florence. So as per usual, I am getting pretty excited about going and generally annoying everyone around me until I finally leave. Unfortunately, as many people who […]

Luxuriating in Liverpool

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 10th, 2014

So as many of you know, I’m on my way to Liverpool. This is exciting for me for two reasons, 1) this will be my very first time in Northern England and 2) I’ll be with 3 good friends of mine. On the way over to the station from my house, I took a cab […]

New York, New Walk

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 8th, 2014

During my time in university, I had the opportunity to do a semester abroad and I chose to go to Cal State Long Beach in California in 2010. While I was there, the infamous “spring break” was my first opportunity to get out of SoCal and see what else there was out there in the […]

Sightseeing at a Parisian Pace – 4

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 6th, 2014

When I wasn’t busy jumping queues and outrageously flaunting my disability [for the greater good, of course] I met up with new and old friends in Paris.   Having been a member of Couchsurfing for coming up to 4 years now, I have been able to meet people from all over the place by either […]

Sightseeing at a Parisian Pace – 3

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 6th, 2014

It must be said that while it did infuriate me to no end the lack of accessibility within the Paris public transportation system, travelling while crip did have many perks. One of which was queue jumping, I was able to bypass lines by simply having the correct accessories. Come on son, you know I ain’t […]

Sightseeing at a Parisian Pace – 2

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 6th, 2014

However, even with all these things going for the city, it is one of the worst that I have come across in terms of transportation and accessibility. This would be a common sight in all metro stations that I had visited during my week in the city; Just staircase after staircase with more around every […]

Sightseeing at a Parisian Pace

Posted by Jay in Travel on March 2nd, 2014

So I’m on my way to Kings Cross St Pancras getting ridiculously excited about my trip. I head into the small Marks and Spencer within the station to pick up some food for the ride. This was a nightmare as I had to deal with my crutches, luggage and a hand basket, but I did […]

Victoria is a Queen

Posted by Jay in Travel on February 26th, 2014

Victoria was a Queen. She is still the longest reigning monarch that has ever been on the British throne, but Victoria is also the name of one of the London Underground lines on TfL. And in my not so humble opinion, the greatest line ever in London. She is one of the newer lines and […]

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about Jayon UPDATE: As of 25/09/2015 Nigeria has been removed from the WHO's Polio Endemic List! Having been born in Nigeria, I hail from one of three countries where polio is still unfortunately endemic, the other two being Pakistan and Afghanistan. I had contracted the poliovirus before my ...Read More

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