Episode 2: Trouble in New York
On this episode, we’re traveling to New York and the Niagara Falls for our accessibility reviews. We hear a new accessibility horror story, this time located in Canada, and open a new section with our accessibility news flash.
Episode transcription and full reports to download
- Full transcription of the episode in English.
- City of the Day: New York complete accessibility report.
- Today’s attraction: Niagara Falls accessibility review.
- Accessibility Horror Story: Trouble in Guelph.
- Accessibility news transcription with links.
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- Intro – 0:00
- What’s on the menu? – 0:50
- City of the Day (New York) – 1:30
- Today’s attraction (Niagara Falls) – 7:15
- Accessibility Horror Story (Guelph) – 11:33
- Tip of the Day – 16:20
- Check voltage of your devices to see compatibility in other countries (information can be usually found on the charger).
- Bring certificate from manufacturer of your mobility device when flying with information on its battery (maximum allowed capacity on airplanes is currently 300Wh).
- Accessibility News – 19:29
- Sounds of the World – 21:39
Where to listen
You can listen to this and other episodes of “Trouble with Me” podcast at the following platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, YouTube (with subtitles), Google Podcasts, Anchor, Overcast and Stitcher.
Below, you can find “Episode 2. Trouble in New York” on YouTube (English and Spanish subtitles available; other languages also available through YouTube’s automatic translation) and also as a stream on Anchor.
Episode on YouTube
Episode on Anchor
Another amazing episode! The voltage issue could fill a million horror stories… including from me! Great job!
Glad that you liked it : ) Hope your horror story wasn’t too bad… feel free to send one, so that we can share it on a future episode. Let’s take the the good out of it!