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Short bio: After being diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at the age of two, Cory Lee’s thirst for adventure never ceased. Cory has traveled to all 7 continents, while managing to run his travel blog, where he shares his accessible, and sometimes not so accessible, travel adventures with others. Cory’s blog has received the prestigious Webby Award for Best Personal Blog and 2 Lowell Thomas Awards for Best Travel Blog. He was also named New Mobility Magazine’s 2018 Person of the Year. Cory has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, National Geographic Travel, Forbes, USA Today, Lonely Planet, and many others. He hopes to inspire other wheelchair users to roll out of their comfort zone and see all of the beauty that the world has to offer.

Occupation: Travel Blogger
Twitter: @coryleetweets
Instagram: @curbfreecorylee
Hometown: LaFayette, Georgia
Residence: LaFayette, Georgia
How many countries have you been to? 37
How many continents have you been to? 7
Earliest travel memory: Driving to Walt Disney World with my family (about a 10 hour drive)
Favorite American city: NYC
Which American cities do accessibility right?: NYC, Washington DC, Las Vegas
Which American cities don’t do accessibility right?: Atlanta and the smaller ones like Chattanooga.
Favorite international city: Sydney, Australia and Barcelona, Spain
Friendliest people in the world: India
Country with the meanest immigration officers: France
Favorite U.S. airport: Atlanta and Minneapolis
Favorite international airport: Amsterdam
Which airports/airlines do a great job for people in a chair? ATL, MSP, AMS
Favorite aircraft type: Widebodies
Sat next to any famous celebs: Julia Roberts and John C. Reilly
Drink of choice in the air: Ginger Ale
Favorite restaurant: Blue Rooster in Tel Aviv, Israel
Craziest thing you’ve eaten: Guinea pig in Ecuador
Favorite hotel: Hilton Hotels (Marriott a close second)
Favorite travel credit card: Chase Ink Business (Read our Chase Ink Business review here)
Favorite island: Barbados
Favorite travel movie(s): The Beach
Favorite travel show(s): All of Samantha Brown’s Shows
Favorite travel book: My Book (Let’s Explore with Cor Cor!)
Worst travel moment: The time a hippo attacked me in South Africa
Favorite travel bloggers/newsletters: Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi and Oneika the Traveller
What’s your dream destination? Egypt and Italy
What’s the most important thing travel has taught you: See video
Best travel tip: See video
Favorite travel accessibility books:
Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Online Resources (PDF)
Books by Candy Harrington

What resources do you use when planning:
Emerging horizons


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