Friday, 25 May 2018

Accessible updates and going on strong.

It has been two years since my last post. A lot has happened, private and business wise. Two years ago we could imagine the ride we have been thru, the trips we have made and the life time experiences. But with two wheelchair accessible pool villas in Hua Hin, Thailand close to restaurants, shopping mall, beach and so on we know for sure you will have a great holiday. And we still enjoy to welcome and spoil you.

Hua Hin airport transfer to Bangkok Thailand with ramp access.
Wheelchair accessible van with lift.
Bangkok airport transfer for disabled wheelchair users.
Accessible van with ramp access.

We didn't expect at all to buy a second car for the transport of our disabled guests. So next high season 2 accessible vans are running to service the needs of the wheelchair users in our accessible pool villas. For instance. An airport transfer at the same time as a day at the beach trip. Or a delicious vineyard lunch or a visit to Sam Roi Yot National Park. Our first van has ramp access and the new van has a wheelchair lift. This combination makes it possible to transfer people with different disabilities and all kind of wheelchairs, scooters, etc. Q-straint tie down systems and seat-belts make transfers safe for all passengers. And more important we can transport and accommodate groups up to 12 people with these vans and houses.

Another improvement is the second beach wheelchair. Our guests love to visit the beach and for most of them it has been ages since they have been into the sea. 

Did you see our Youtube movies? Or the pictures on our website? Have a look at both. Because with the service level in our houses and the provisions for disabled people we are the only one still standing in Hua Hin, Thailand due to hard work and personal commitment.

Monday, 26 October 2015

3-wheel scooter for free. yes FOR FREE - Thailand

Big deal 2016. 3-wheel scooters Hua Hin

If you book 1 of our accommodations 4 week or more.
You can use our 3-wheel scooter for free. yes FOR FREE.
Your profit at least 285,= Euro.

Easy to cross the center of the city, real closeby.

Friday, 25 September 2015

Visiting a local open air market in powered wheelchair

Bumpy but ist great to be here, take a look on this local market

Friday, 26 June 2015

France, Canet Plage, Fête d'Abricot

On the 8 July 2015 the Fête de l'Abricot will take place in Rivesaltes at just 15km from Canet Plage and our wheelchair accessible apartment. Come and have a taste of this delicious regional fruits. Keep track of this Blog for more information about events in this village and reagion.

Canet Plage, at the Mediterranean Sea.

More information about my apartment on my website. Click here.

Saturday, 6 June 2015

Accessible Public Transport in Budapest

Special mention: Budapest among the best European cities

The European Commission presented the 2015 Access City Awards on the occasion of the European Day for People with Disabilities on 3 December 2014 in Brussels in the framework of the accessibility contest for the recognition of the best disability-friendly cities which took significant measures to make their cities accessible.

The Access City Award was established in 2010 to raise awareness of disability and to promote accessibility initiatives in European cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants.

Since 2010, the Access City Award has been given four times during which 189 cities have entered the contest.

In 2014, 62 cities applied for this award. Budapest was selected by the European Commission from among the best seven cities and was granted the special mention for its work in the field of transport.

The award was received last week by Ms Alexandra Szalay-Bobrovniczky, Deputy Mayor for Human Affairs and Dr Balázs Szeneczey, Deputy Mayor for City Development.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Markethalls in Budapest - Hungary. View out of the wheelchair

Great Market Hall, Boedapest - Hungary. Largest indoor market in Budapest, more then 10,000 square meters. At the end of shopping street Váci utca. Its a popular tourist attraction. You have to buy some Hungarian product like . produce, meats, pastries, candies, spices, and spirits such as paprika, tokaji, túró rudi, and caviar.

Sunday, 24 May 2015

Accessible Budapest, Hungary near Lake Velence

If you plan to visit Budapest, the capital of Hungary, this page will provide you some useful information on the accessibility of important historical and heritage sites and of other facilities. First of all it must be stated that Budapest does not belong to the cities with high level accessibility in Europe, it is probably at medium level. This means, a part of the transportation, most parts of the built historical environment, most five and four star hotels, a few three star hotels, few restaurants, coffee shops and churches, some of the wellknown medical baths and museums, as well as all shopping centers have an access or are adapted to the needs of people first of all with physical disability, using wheelchair. Attention has been more and more devoted to people with visual, mental and other disabilities as well. Our aim is to create tourism for all in Budapest.

Covered market in Budapest, wheelchair access.


Historical and heritage sites and buildings in the Buda Castle  

Situated on a hill at the river Danube, the town Buda (Buda Castle) used to be the capital of Hungary between cca. 1250 and 1873. The historical town including the Royal Palace, surrounded by medieval walls – today 1st district of Budapest, generally called the Castle area – offers the most important sights, the most beautiful  places  to  visit.  The river side and the Castle area belong to the UNESCO World Heritage.

Access to the area:

  • Cars are banned from the Castle District in order to protect historical built environment from pollution: only people who live or work in the area, guests of the hotels, taxis, bus nr.16, 16A, 116 as well as cars or microbuses taking persons with physical disability – placing their blue parking card (valid all over Europe) under the windscreen – have permission to drive in free of charge. Bus nr.16 has also a low-floor bus with ramp. Other vehicles will be charged or must be left in the parking place up in the Castle area. At the entrance gates in Hunyadi János Street or Várfok Street the button of „Hotel” must be pushed and the provided ticket taken from the equipment. When leaving the Castle area (on Palota Street) the ticket should be put into the equipment.

  • The Funicular (Budavári Sikló) take people from Clark Ádám square (at Chain Bridge) up to the Royal Palace. It is the fully accessible, please see the wheelchair logo. One way costs 1.000 HUF, two ways cost 1.700 HUF. For further information please see (Valid in 2014)      

  • The Elevator (Gyorslift) take people from Palota street at Dózsa György Square up to the western side of the Royal Palace (National Széchenyi Library). One way costs 200 HUF (0,6 EUR). It is fully accessible and free of charge for people using wheelchair.  

Mátyás Church (1014 Budapest, Országház u. 14.) – In 2013 fresh renovated.This is the main parish church of the Castle area, a historical building, a symbol of Budapest. People with disabilities can visit the Church with a free ticket. The entrance which is close to the Fisherman Bastion can be used barrierfree. The free ticket can be obtained at the ticket office next to the Church, and at the same time it can also be requested to open that barrierfree door, which is otherwise not always open. In front of the Church the tactile modell of the Mátyás Church and Fisherman’s Bastion with braille inscription is placed.   For more information please see:

Fisherman’s Bastion (Halászbástya) – near Mátyás Church: from the ground floor people can enjoy the beautiful view to the river Danube, the Margaret Island and the City of Pest.