Hi, my name is Jill. After my father was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, we decided that we didn't want him to spend his last few remaining years sitting around. Instead, we decided to start travelling. We travelled using many different types of transportation, and throughout our sometimes challenging adventures, I learned how to deal with transportation and Parkinson's. To help others who are in the same boat (transportation pun intended), I decided to create a blog devoted to transportation and chronic illnesses or disabilities. In these posts, I plan to look at everything from choosing transportation to travelling safely. Please, explore my blog and enjoy your travels!
9 February 2017
People who wish to hire party buses need to provide several pieces of information so that the rental company can plan the best service for those individuals. This article discusses some of the important information that you need to be armed with when you are shopping for your first party bus hire service. The Type of Event You need to tell the party bus rental company what type of event, such as a birthday party, that you would like the party bus for.
29 July 2016
Many tiny home builders create their homes off-site because the eventual home of the tiny house is off the grid or far from construction supplies. In other cases, they may build their tiny homes off-site because they are not sure where they ultimately plan to put their tiny homes. If you fall into this category, you have to think about the logistics of moving your tiny home once it's complete.
18 November 2014
Hiring a charter flight can be a fun way for groups to see Australia. From flying over the Great Barrier Reef to cruising over the outback, there's plenty to see in this beautiful landscape. Australia is varied, vivid and gorgeous all throughout the year. If you've been considering hiring a charter flight, this list of locations will help you to make the best of your experience. The Outback One of Australia's most important ecosystems, the Australian Outback is dry, desolate and startlingly beautiful.