World travel becomes more accessible to people with disabilities

The world is becoming more accessible to people with disabilities as specialized travel agencies cater to their needs. "People with disabilities are the same as everybody else in the sense that it is important for them to experience what this life and this world have to offer, and travel is a big part of that," says Ray Cohen, publisher and editor-in-chief of Abilities Magazine.

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