As an avid traveller herself, Marayke and has become something of an expert in travelling with a disability and has combined this with the love of writing as a freelance travel writer specialising in accessible travel destinations. In addition to being a published author Marayke is a qualified journalist, having studied communications at University while training for the Paralympic Games where her lecturers often remarked Marayke has a ” nose for news” and unique ability to always see a potential story in every travel situation. Marayke is available for writing commissions from both publications and public relations companies representing holiday destinations seeking to reach potential guests with disabilities. She travels from the Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia, and will travel worldwide
Whether it is riding camels in Egypt, elephants in Singapore or quad biking on the Greek islands Marayke is equally happy to tackle an adventurous challenge or relax by the pool on a tropical island or cruise ship.
IN SEARCH OF AN OUTBACK LEGEND Nothing says Australia more than a postcard image of a rusty windmill and outback shed at sunset, the red earth stretching to the horizon as the odd mob of cattle – or even a stray camel – meander by. But just what are your
From Niagra falls to a wheelchair accessible snow mobile ride on a glacier, Canada has stunning and accessible attractions for travellers who use a wheelchair. READ FULL STORY IN LINK MAGAZINE HERE TRAVEL: CAN DO CANADA By Marayke Jonkers Posing for photos atop 200-year-old ice on picturesque Athabasca Glacier
Light up your life this Christmas What do twitter a smart phone and a Christmas tree have in common? They’re all part of the incredibly accessible and interactive Christmas lights experience offered in Sydney during December. In the age of technology you can send a text message or
Travel writer and Paralympian Marayke Jonkers visits Brisbane, investigating accessibility features and finding the top free activities for visitors to the River city. Article published April edition of link magazine. Additional information including, is provided on this blog as a bonus for readers: How to use public transport with a