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Title: What traveling is like for a blind person
Have you ever wondered how somebody could without vision navigate airports, train stations, hotels, etc.? Tommy Edison, who is blind since birth and has a popular YouTube channel, has published an excellent video sharing part of his traveling experiences.
Tommy Edison is a radio professional and a blind film critic. On his YouTube channel he shares how life is for a blind person. He is candid, smart and has a great sense of humor. Watching Tommy is always fun! No wonder his YouTube channel has over 500,000 subscribers!
It has been a while since we have hosted his videos in our blog, but we promise to bring them back. Since we have recently talked about improvements on airport kiosks accessibility, it seems fit to share Tommy's video "How Blind People Travel (Airplane, Train, Hotel, Sightseeing)." Enjoy it!