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Accessibility Asia Destinations Indonesia

Tana Toraja, journey into a land of indigenous traditions

By on 17 September 2017

After few days in Makassar, we drove up to Rantepao. Located in Tana Toraja region, Toraja people live here, meaning “people of the uplands”. No wonder they live up in the mysterious mountains of south Sulawesi.
Today Toranjans are mainly christians, but it was not always this way. They used to be…


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Accessibility Asia Destinations Indonesia

Makassar: first step in Indonesia in good company

By on 2 September 2017

7th August 2017 : I roll for the first time in Indonesia. Surprisingly I am not in Bali but in a bigger but less known island of the archipelago called Sulawesi. After a forty minutes drive we arrive in the centre of Makassar. From the taxi’s window we discover…


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Accessibility Asia Destinations Malaysia

A week-end in Malacca

By on 20 August 2017

Located between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Malacca used to be one of the biggest south-east Asia harbour. Thanks to its strategic location, Portuguese, British, Chinese and many more left a mark on this city. Over a week-end, we went there to have a glimpse of this majestic past, listed…


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Accessibility Asia Handicap Malaysia

Visiting Kuala Lumpur in a wheelchair: accessibility tips and advices

By on 31 July 2017

Kuala Lumpur is the first south-east Asia city where I have been rolling. I heard and read a lot that Malaysia is a challenging country for wheelchair users. So when we arrived we were a bit afraid  to face accessibility issues. After a week in the Malaysian capital,  I…


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Accessibility Asia Food Malaysia

Discovering Malay, Indian and Chinese food in Kuala Lumpur

By on 16 July 2017

In Malaysia you can’t be starving. There is food everywhere, around the clock. Like the population the food is diverse. Every area of Malaysia seems to have its own specialities but everywhere people eat Indian, Malay and Chinese foods. There are so many different meals to taste that after…


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Accessibility Asia Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, wheelchair strolling in a multicultural capital

By on 3 July 2017

After a year in New Zealand here we arrived in Kuala Lumpur a week ago for our first stop of our road trip in Malaysia and in south-east Asia. We are discovering a country very different from Europe, New Zealand or every other country we have been before. The…


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Accessibility Asia Thoughts

I wheel travel in south-east Asia: challenge accepted!

By on 20 June 2017

As I am writing this post, we have already left our apartment in Wellington. The departure date is getting very close: on Friday we will leave this country one year to the day we arrived in the middle earth… No doubt, this departure will break my heart a bit. Just writing…


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Accessibility Destinations New Zealand North Island

Auckland, the city of sails

By on 19 June 2017

Auckland, located in the north island north-west, is the biggest city of New Zealand. For that reason many people think that it is the capital whereas it is actually Wellington. Auckland do gathers more that a third of the New Zealand population. This city can also boast about having the world highest…


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Accessibility Destinations New Zealand South Island

Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier: two days, two glaciers, one wheelchair

By on 18 June 2017

Last December, while it was Winter in Europe it was the beginning of the Summer here in New Zealand. While most of the French people were eating a raclette or a tartiflette waiting for Christmas we were wearing hats and sun-glasses in our way to a barbecue! But without snow and cold…


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Accessibility Destinations New Zealand Oceania South Island

Pancakes Rocks mysteries and Hokitika gorges beauty

By on 17 June 2017

After some maritime adventures in Abel Tasman National Park and a night resting at Westport, it was time to head for south island west coast and visit the Pancakes Rocks and Hokitika gorges. But before living Westport to hit the road we wanted to go at Cape Foulwind to see…

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