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Your Second Favourite Disability Blog!

Your Second Favourite Disability Blog!

As part of our continuing campaign to bring you information on blogs that are nearly as interesting as ours, we bring you Curb Free With Cory Lee, which apart from rhyming nicely, shows that travel is still possible for wheelchair users.

Cory has travelled to many countries all over the world, and his posts include ones on the time he was attacked by a hippo in South Africa and wheelchair-friendly things to do in Melbourne. That’s the one in Australia, not the one in Derbyshire…… It also contains links to several other disabled traveller blogs.

You can find his blog at http://www.curbfreewithcorylee.com/ or if you’re a Twitter fanatic you can follow him @coryleetweets .

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