Starting my deaf travels in Thailand

‘Oh my word, what am I doing travelling solo as a deaf person?!’ I stood in the middle of the concourse of the Arrivals Hall at Bangkok airport, surrounded by a wave of tourists, business travellers and backpackers, their hubbub of activity resoundingly amplified into my hearing aid, causing a little of feedback. Overwhelmed, was …

Deaf and getting a haircut

*snip snip snip* I caught myself in the mirror, bewildered, trying not to cringe at the sound that reverberated into my hearing aid. Feeling locks of my hair fall gently across my face, I looked up again in the mirror, this time directly at the barber who expertly snipped his way through my full raggedy …

The Deaf Traveller’s Standard Hearing Aid Packing Guide

If you're going on a round the world trip, a city break, a beach holiday or more, then you know packing your bag can be a tense situation (thank you flight carry on weight and size restrictions!) But before I even think about grabbing my clothes, shades or even my toothbrush, I lay out what …

Meet The Team: Ed Rex

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ED REX – Founder, Chief Editor and European Contact Let’s learn more about this handsome creature. It’s question time! 1: Name Ed Rex 2: Travel Blog and Social Media Blog: RexyEdventures.com                                                Facebook: /rexyedventures Twitter: @rexyedventures       …