Three Points of Contact is creating a video series on living and travelling with a disability.
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 Travelling Blind is a series in which two backpackers explore the world and reveal what it's like to live and travel with a disability. We will show you an honest portrayal of all the challenges this involves and prove that despite these obstacles it is entirely possible.

My name is Dan, author of the blog threepointsofcontact.ca. When I was seven years old, I lost all vision in my left eye. Many years later, I began to lose vision in my right eye. It was an event that had a serious impact on my life, not only leaving me legally blind but dependent on others and fighting depression. I decided that instead of living my life in my own self-pity, that I would take a risk and revisit an old passion of mine. Travelling. And so in 2012, I set off on my own to regain my independence.
After returning from this trip I finally realized what I wanted to do with my life. I want to show people what it's like to live and travel with a disability. I want to inspire others who may be holding back for any reason, to go out and embark on the kind of adventures they have only dreamed of.  

 Travelling Blind is a series in which two backpackers explore the world and reveal what it's like to live and travel with a disability. We will show you an honest portrayal of all the challenges this involves and prove that despite these obstacles it is entirely possible.

My name is Dan, author of the blog threepointsofcontact.ca. When I was seven years old, I lost all vision in my left eye. Many years later, I began to lose vision in my right eye. It was an event that had a serious impact on my life, not only leaving me legally blind but dependent on others and fighting depression. I decided that instead of living my life in my own self-pity, that I would take a risk and revisit an old passion of mine. Travelling. And so in 2012, I set off on my own to regain my independence.
After returning from this trip I finally realized what I wanted to do with my life. I want to show people what it's like to live and travel with a disability. I want to inspire others who may be holding back for any reason, to go out and embark on the kind of adventures they have only dreamed of.  

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