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  • Phnom Penh

    Tuk Tuk are a great way to experience Phnom Penh. You can move around the city safely protected inside them.
  • Mui Né Beach, safe out of Saigon

    Vietnam is not an easy country for visually impaired. Especially the cities. They are very crowded and the traffic is mad.
  • Negev Desert

  • Kilimanjaro

    Summit 🙂
    A post shared by @bennyri on Aug 11, 2017 at 12:04pm PDT
  • Móði and Magni

    Móði and Magni are the sons of Thor. Their names mean “Brave” and “Strong,” respectively.
    The two youngest craters in Iceland.
  • Anche a Dio Piace Giallo

  • Lago di Monate

    This platform on the water is very visually impaired friendly. And offering an amazing view #yellowtheworld
  • New York

    The subways are quite hard to navigate. Sometimes with audio announcements, other times with no indicators of sort. Steps are hardly painted #yellow.
  • University of Iceland: litterally #YellowTheWorld

    Today on October 13th Ungblind the youth committee of Blindrafélagið, organization for the blind and visually impaired in Iceland, yellowed the University of Iceland.
  • Atlas Mountains

    Walking at the top off the mountains. Is like walking on the top of the world.