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  1. Millie Clarke

    I am so happy that I am not the only one who giving tipa for travel with hidden disabilities. It took my family 12 years and my freak out to realise that I can get help in airport especially when I have a connection fly. I am now young adult that want to travel by herself but not sure where it worth putting myself out of my comfort zone.
    I have YouTube channel decade to give tip on how to travel with hidden disabilities.

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Millie! Thank you so much for your comment. I’m glad that Marika contributed this article and was able to share her insight!

  2. Victoria

    I think going on cruise but what are cruise for Hidden disability of Dyspraxia and half deaf do the Cruise have Gluten free food for Coelic?
    As really enjoy food
    I would like Cruise going some where hot ? and fun

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