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Another brilliant holiday in Levanto, Liguria – Cinque Terre, Italy. First part of it was spent celebrating the wedding of our cousin Blythe to the amazing Cody, both bringing troops all the way over from the US. Levanto has just about recovered!
On the way we stopped off to visit my dad and family, all on good form and enjoyed visits to Lake Geneva and catching up.
When we got to Italy it was straight into celebration mode, it was quite a wedding celebration with almost a weeks worth of excursions and events, great to meet both sides of the family and bask in the warmth radiated.
We were again accommodated at the fantastic and luxurious A Durmi , the wonderful family business and perfect hosts; Chiara, Elisa, Gianni and Graziella.
All of us Nabarro children apart from Josephine were together for a couple of days when Lucas and David arrived which was a treat.
Then afterwards we were joined by family friends the Churcher Clarkes for the remainder of the holiday which is when I started getting in the sea. One of the beaches had a specialist wheelchair for getting in the water so with help of friends we managed to get in and out floating on my back and front and being dragged around the water. On one of the subsequent days I was taken on a paddle board (which people use to stand on a little bit like a punt) in an ingenious manner strapped to a low fold up canvas chair and we paddled out to an idyllic cove in a group. Then I had a go at snorkelling with a fullface mask which was a great success and was pulled along by the feet. It was great to be looking under the water again for a prolonged period, it’s been a long while. On the last day we had a real treat and were taken on a boat out along the coast stopping at various places of interest, I was lifted in on a manual chair to sit under the canvas shade over the boat and along the way lifted into the water off the side of the boat by a great team of well-organised “Levantese”. Afterwards they lifted me back in out of the water in an extremely impressive and well-organised manner, led by the captain Marco.
This will be remembered for a long time, it was a special experience and great to get back to the water. I am so grateful to the team who enabled me and encourage me to do it including Alejandro, Ivano, Didi, Rudy, Alessio, Marco, Gabbo (by proxy) and of course Chiara. https://www.facebook.com/www.deepinsidesurfshop.it
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Bound for Switzerland then Italy for Blythe & Cody’s wedding! Then out to Ibiza 15-19 July and back to #PaleoFestival
Feeling bit shattered but was so great to hangout with friends @ Lucy’s housewarming and catchup & celebrate @ Guy & Anna’s wedding. what a lovely couple.
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Thoroughly enjoyed the Fleetwood Mac experience last Sunday, performance was absolutely phenomenal, “living” the music with drums bass and guitar playing as one. brilliant vocals and synth/keys from Caroline and sullen, magical stage presence and voice from the one and only Stevie Nix. Makes me proud to be related. Also enjoyed a bit of a rave with @SandyRivera on the #FunctionOne sound system and a good nostalgic performance from @Ash.
Party, wedding and then Switzerland/Italy trip coming up at the end of the week, can’t wait. warm wishes to all.
Off to Brighton for a hopefully sunny time on the beach, then looking forward to June and time in Italy with family and friends for a spectacular wedding of our much loved cousins from across the pond. July will involve partying in Ibiza and a festival in Switzerland (PALEO)! How lucky we are
After attempting to apply for a charity bike ride in Cuba to raise money for the Regain sports charity I was notified that it wouldn’t be possible as
it would be too “difficult” for me. Edit: it has been communicated to me that the reason was in fact due to overcapacity rather than “difficulty” which is of course a different matter.
I am keen to encourage tetraplegics to push boundaries and participate in events that push the boundaries of what’s physically possible, it challenges damaging attitudes which set and encourage low expectations of those with disabilities, this needs to be changed as it sets a limit on what people strive to achieve themselves.
@SkettyProductions watched an insightful play about the pressures young footballers go through to try to get a football contract called Result @PleasanceTheatre last week.
Spent the weekend in Scotland revitalising the father-in-law’s house, brilliant views of @SweetheartAbbey in Dumfries. #WestMaryfieldHolidays
So disappointed to find out @HiddenOrchestra playing upstairs At the O2 in Oxford. completely wheelchair in-accessible venue. So when are the O2 going to sort this out?
Manu Delago blew my mind at Bush Hall tonight. Stunning sound from @MartinAudioLtd again.
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I was at Naidex on Tuesday giving some comments to the BBC World Service “outside source” program on the new “Gyroset” head motion control system that can be used to control a wheelchair and computer mouse among other things.
I’m really excited about it as a way to control my environment and wheelchair. It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally an intuitive, proportional control system that I hope will enable a more smooth and natural way of driving.
So you can listen to the program here.
The interview with now technologies and my comments are around 9 minutes in.
Whereas previous attempts at this kind of thing have been disappointing in terms of software reliability and performance, these guys seem to have got it right and have a fully functional, well performing polished device. The problem now is to get the wheelchair manufacturers on board @PermobilUK are you listening?
Well done Jenny Lee for raising 4k for @backuptrust in the #LondonMarathon. #Champion
went to the Calexico gig at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, really enjoyed the support act @BarBrothers with stunning guitar play and mesmerising drumming. we actually thought we would come to see Jose Gonzales but someone got the dates a month out (wasn’t me)!
Should be being interviewed on BBC World Service 2pm on Tuesday about a new gyroscopic head control for a powered wheelchair.
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Ministry of Sound on Friday was epic, after watching @JonHopkins @o2AcademyBrixton, @claptone showed silky blending skills before @HenrySasiz absolutely smashed it long into morning! what a sound system from @MartinAudioLtd in “the box” room, has to be heard to be believed, crisp high fidelity with good spectral power distribution. @MinistryOfSound is the most wheelchair accessible club I’ve been to in London and the best organised as well, much admiration for those involved.
Pictures with brother Lucas, @EmiliaClarke and @SamClaflin on the set of #MeBeforeYou with the wonderful cast and crew. Thanks for the lovely experience and look forward to the film.