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Travel Tips for the Blind and Visually Impaired



In this video, Caitlyn provides ten travel tips for the blind and visually impaired.

Packing Tips Video: https://youtu.be/Jdtn_C3Z2nI

Travel Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6UinoZnmfm11fwexMROYVr?si=6a4fORYqS_OgXAlx_uNOkQ&dl_branch=1

AIRA: https://aira.io

Challenge Solutions Blog: https://challengesolutions.org

Challenge Solutions Podcast: https://anchor.fm/challenge-solutions

Challenge Solutions YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-81CIyq-qUETEW-G46Hf0Q

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  1. i I just want to say I’m a fairly seasoned blind traveler and I hate preboarding. Flight attendants are much more likely to try and take my cane when I’m the only person they have to pay attention to instead of when I’m walking up the jetway in the middle of a line of people. I also find I have a much easier time orienting to a plane when there are already people there making noise and I have to find my seat instead of being guided there by someone who thinks their job is to find it for me so I don’t have to. I get the other side because it is indeed harder to get situated with my cane when the plane isn’t empty but I’m more than happy to make that trade for an overall calmer flight.
    There's no one right way to travel blind, find what works for you no matter what anyone else has to say about it.

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