Join Chris as he embarks on the adventure of his life. Touching twenty countries and travelling close to 30 000 km over 8 months, all the way from the southern tip of Africa to the shamrock fields of Ireland. The journey was a publicity stunt creating media opportunities for paediatric healthcare service providers. And, of course, Chris relished the opportunity to taste his very first Guinness at the source. But was the trip all the way to Dublin worth it?
Battling ill health and broken friendships this rollercoaster ride eventually cost Chris his eyesight. He relays the story of his adventures on the road, medical trauma and recovery with passion and good humour. After his devastating prognosis as a blind man, Chris thought that sight loss would cause his adventures to end but it has rather ignited his curiosity. Chris’ inspirational scooter ride and journey to recovery and how he has overcome the obstacles he has faced has not slowed down his adventurous spirit!
|Publisher:||Price World Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Allow the Blind Scooter Guy to engage your imagination as he shares the stories of his epic expeditions. Whether you are a traveller, biker or scooterist planning your ?rst or an enthusiastic armchair explorer looking to immerse yourself in adventure, the Blind Scooter Guy's stories are for you! He inspires adventure seekers to get themselves out there, to go and explore, to enjoy every sensory opportunity and to live their lives to the fullest.
Christopher's work draws from a lifetime of experiences both pre and post- sight loss. His poignant and persuasive stories are most often told with a wry sense of humour. The Blind Scooter Guy is a writer, blogger and an amazing storyteller. He is also an Accessibility Buddy, Adventurer, Vintage Scooter Enthusiast, Chef, Scuba Diver, Fisherman, Guitar Player, Boxer, Petrolhead and Roamer of the Globe and all this despite his lack of sight.
When asked how he accomplishes so much, he quips, "You can eat an elephant if you just take one bite at a time!"