When you’re in London one of the must-sees is a live EPL match, but getting tickets can be near impossible to the major games involving the ‘Big Four’ of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool, but if you are willing to pick a lower team you can see some amazing games - not just in the Premier league but lower levels as well.
I am unsure how to write this blog, but I feel I need to address this subject as I come across this issue regularly. I often speak to school children and corporations, and in these cases I am happy to talk about my disability.
In this Dream Roll Blog I will share my Top 5 non-capital cities to visit around the world with a few highlights from each city.
The word “inspiration” has been used a lot lately to describe people with a disability; I am a believer that not everyone in this world is an inspiration and that people with a disability are no different.
Over my years of exploring the world I have tried a range of local dishes and meats including kangaroo in Australia, guinea pig in South America, rabbit in Europe, ox tongue in China and the huge range of street food in every country, which has provided some of the best meals during my travels. In this Dream Roll blog I would like to share my experience of trying another local meat from my travels around the world.
During my travels around the world I have been lucky to see some of the must see sporting events that occur in each location. Here is my top 5 sporting events which I have seen so far during my travels, I have a number of other events which I want to see but here is my current top 5.
London has one of the biggest transport networks in the world; millions of people travel on the different types of public transport each day, from the famous red buses, to the underground and overground train networks, to the iconic London black cabs.