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Traveler Tuesday – Cory of Curb Free with Cory Lee

Traveler-Tuesday-on-Misadventures-with-AndiMore travelers to meet! Travel bloggers just by their very nature are a diverse group of people and I love discovery new people and hearing their unique stories.

Today we have Cory Lee of Curb Free with Cory Lee. You think traveling can get complicated? Try doing it from a wheelchair. I have seen first hand in cities like Paris how awful it is to navigate if you are disabled in any way, shape or form. Yet, that doesn't stop Cory from going just about anywhere! He seems to be everywhere.

Let's meet Cory!

Traveler Tuesday – Cory of Curb Free with Cory Lee

[1] When and how did you become a traveler?

I've been a traveler at heart my whole life, taking a few trips every year. My mom and I were constantly on the go when I was younger and our early travels sparked a passion in me to see the world. That passion has never gone away.

[2] What is travel to you in 10 words or less?

Travel is the chance to learn and interact with others.

[3] What is your favorite mode of transportation and why?

I probably like flying the best because it can get you anywhere much faster than a car or ship. As a wheelchair user, flying can be a bit of a hassle, but once I reach the destination it's all worth it. Honestly though, I enjoy every mode of transportation. As long as I'm going somewhere, I'm happy.

Traveler Tuesday – Cory of Curb Free with Cory Lee

[4] What do you typically do while traveling by plane?

I wish that I was one of those people that can sleep throughout the entire flight, but unfortunately it's impossible for me. Earlier this year I flew from Atlanta to Sydney and I tried my hardest to sleep during that very very very long flight, but I ended up just watching movies and reading.

[5] What is your favorite travel memory involving food?

The one that sticks out in my mind the most was eating kangaroo in Australia. I knew before I went that I wanted to try it while I was there, but bringing myself to eat it was an interesting process. We had just left a zoo where we got to interact with some sweet kangaroos and that was all I could think about as I attempted to eat it. I ate about two or three bites, but that was it. Poor kangas…

Traveler Tuesday – Cory of Curb Free with Cory Lee

[6] What is one blogging tip or lesson that you have learned along the way that you can share with my readers?

Blogging is a LOT more work than I thought it was going to be. Traveling is my greatest passion though so writing about it comes pretty easy to me. Be 100% sure that what you are wanting to blog about is your strongest passion before you begin this journey. If it is, then enjoy the ride.

[7] Where to next?

I have a few trips planned around the Southeastern USA in the next couple months that I'm excited about. I live in Georgia so exploring places that are (kind of) near me that I haven't been to yet should be fun. I'm hoping to go on an international trip soon as well, but I'm not sure where to yet. Any suggestions for me?

Thanks Cory!

Keep up with Cory's travels at Curb Free with Cory Lee and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

So what do you think? Have any suggestions for Cory on where to go next?

(I think Croatia looks amazing!)

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  1. laurie damrose says:

    I am so glad to see Cory enjoying his travels.

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Laurie, me too, very inspiring!

  2. Love Corey’s blog!
    He’s a fellow TripleSpot(ter) which is how I came to know of his work.
    As for places he should go – I thought Ireland was such a fun place to visit – so much good cheese and the Guinness Storehouse was well worth the trip alone!

    1. Andi Fisher says:

      @Murissa, I myself haven’t been to Ireland but would love to, between your posts and Kristin Luna’s….looks fantastic!

  3. I’m glad to see him being able to travel-its amazing what we take for granted. My suggestion-Puerto Rico