Travelling is one of these great things that always leave you with a desire to see more, but with ankylosing spondylitis it can be a bit of a challenge. However, you just have to be a little bit clever about planning your travels, and figuring out what works for you. I am fortunate enough to have travelled a lot since being diagnosed. I am certainly not an authority, but I will share some tips and tricks that I have learnt along the way.read more
I recently headed off backpacking around Europe with my friend. You can see our route on the picture above. I was a bit apprehensive. It’s the first time I’ve travelled so far, I’d be travelling across 6 different countries, and the first time I’ve backpacked.read more
After looking at maps for hours, I developed a desire to go out there, explore and discover. So, in 2009 I decided to cycle from Switzerland to China. Since then I’ve cycled more than 40,000km, crossed 28 countries, exchanged thousands of smiles and fulfilled many incredible dreams!
However, my world was shaken last year. I discovered a new companion in my life called ankylosing spondylitis.
Welcome to part two of our guide. We’re not going to tell you here to eat regularly, practice safe sex and use sunscreen. We will focus largely on technicalities, you can figure out the rest by yourself. At least we hope.read more
Welcome to Your Summer Festival Guide! It’s not ‘ours’ it’s definitely ‘yours’, as we asked the ASone community to share their tips and advice on going to festivals. We had such a great response we thought we’d publish it in two parts.read more
Are you planning a gap year? Going for a trip of a self-discovery? Crazy weekend in Magaluf? Eat, pray, love? Or just a classic holiday with your family? Check those top 10 tips on travelling with ankylosing spondylitis.read more