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A group of three men and two women sitting at a table working on their computers. One man is in a wheelchair. One woman looks at the screen of the person on her right and smiles.
It was early March 2020 when I realized we were going to be struck by the worst event we never expected: a terrible pandemic that was going close down countries, tourism, and perhaps our company.  I still remember the frustration of how the growth we were experiencing before the COVID 19 suddenly stopped and all...
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A man stands smiling on a balcony in front of an old stone city
At 64 years old, Norm decided to leave his “normal” life behind for a nomadic lifestyle, traveling the world. He travels to different destinations, staying there for about 6 weeks at a time. He started a blog called Travel Younger, where he shares his story and travel tips geared toward baby boomers and generation X....
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A man on a low handbike smiles with his arms out in the middle of the road
Choosing between adaptive bicycles can be overwhelming. There are so many different options, and certain bikes work better for certain disabilities than others.  In Chile, the place where Wheel the World began, we run a program called Santiago Cycling. Every Sunday morning, the city of Santiago closes important streets down to cars so that people...
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A girl in a wheelchair rolls next to her father, who pushes a trolley of suitcases outside of the airport
Annél Strydom is a mother, traveler and blogger. One of her children uses a wheelchair, and her family of four travels the world. She shared the following article with us about wheelchair air travel. As a family of 4, we’ve traveled the world full-time for 3 years with 4 suitcases, 4 backpacks, 2 kids, and...
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A woman in a wheelchair sits a a table with a coffee, completing remote work on her computer
The job market today is extremely dynamic, to say the least. The process of choosing a job is grueling, and the competition is usually high, with hundreds or even thousands of candidates all applying for the same position, as anyone who has ever browsed jobs online knows all too well. Furthermore, although there is so...
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Three men, one in a power wheelchair, smile for the camera in front of a lake with city buildings behind it
New York City is an exciting destination at any time of the year. Winter offers the chance to experience city snow and a holiday spirit that takes over Manhattan. Spring in New York has a special energy coming out of the cold winter: people start to spend more time outside and enjoy the parks and...
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A red house sits next to a lake surrounded by hills and cliffs
Chris Alp is a traveler, athlete, and contributor to our blog. He has traveled with WTW to Torres del Paine in Chilean Patagonia, where he trekked the W circuit with his wife. He shares an entertaining story about a travel mishap while traveling in his wheelchair through Norway. Woops! You know that feeling … the realization...
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the hands of a person in a suit use a smartphone
Living with a disability involves a certain amount of creative problem-solving. Add a career to the mix, and the need to problem-solve increases exponentially. Fortunately, today’s technologies are evolving quickly to help those with disabilities negotiate work-based difficulties. While employers can and should do what they can to make your workplace accessible, these technologies will...
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kayakers paddle next to a turquoise colored glacier
From our backyards, to what may seem like the ends of the Earth, the world is full of so many places to explore and connect with the environment.  This Earth Day, we wanted to share some of the places where  the Wheel the World Team has felt in awe of our nature. We asked some...
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My name is Dominique Partarrieu and I am a UX Designer at Wheel the World. I’ve been with the company since its start and I feel so lucky to be part of this wonderful family. I am Chilean and I live in San Francisco, California.  I’ve been able to participate in various WTW scouting trips:...
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