An incredible week came to an end, where friendship, collaboration and learning from each other were the main characters, where our differences complemented each other in a perfect way, and where the adventure we lived became the way to show the world the vision that many people with disabilities have of our life.
Without violins or melancholic pianos, we said goodbye #WTWsandpedro … Without being superheroes or special human beings, we want barrier-free inclusion, we want a world for everyone, we want a better world…
It is really hard to put down in words something that was as magical and emotional as my trip to Cochamó. The synergy between the people who took part in it was enriching in ways I never thought it would. I hope many more people get to share the same experience.
Five years of many changes. I never thought I’d be able to achieve so many things. One of them was to go to Torres del Paine, Patagonia. Thanks to Wheel the World, this place is now accessible so everyone can explore it!
Scuba diving was like being on another planet. The sand, corals… looking around and seeing all sorts of fishes in the sea, seeing a world I had never seen before… Feeling that joy, that feeling of people coming together to help… Feeling relaxed… Breathing and sensing that life is beautiful…
There is no way to fully describe what it means to have access to the world. I have realized that I’m an adventurer and that I can still discover new things when I thought that there was nothing left for me to discover. It was the most enriching feeling I’ve ever had.
Hi Wheel the World, we are finally home after an incredibly amazing experience. The beauty of Easter Island, the full inclusion of my son Martin… Thank you for everything, and please keep working on your wonderful project.
I’m 24. I have lived on Easter Island all my life, and until now, I had never been able to go to these places. Thanks to the Wheel the World team, I got there.