Just seen your photos in Willemstad. Great. The ones with the dolphin are wonderful, lucky you. Love you lots, mum. xxx
May 22nd, 2014 at 7:36 pm
“Hi, hello. I miss you.” Yeah, you were right, I do miss you already. I write better than I speak because I can concentrate better.
How are you in Sighisoara? I hope you’re having a good time. I forgot to ask you so many questions, but more, how did you and Tatiana meet? Rebeca is fine, said hi too and that you’re amazing.
So, the joke I told you that I think I didn’t make myself very clear goes like this: What do you call a fish with no eye? Fsh. Because, you know “eye” is like “i”. It’s funny anyway.
I really hope you’re doing well and no more bad people to meet. Take care of yourself, you are inspiring so many people because you are so funny, happy and awesome. Good luck with your amazing, crazy and dangerous adventure. Answer whenever you can and I’m looking forward to reading your book. Oh, and, indeed, my dreamcatcher did catch you. Goodbye, tedy bear with beard (urs de plus).
May 22nd, 2014 at 6:47 pm
Hey Tony.I am Rebeca, Andrea’s friend. Even though I don’t know you really well, I know you are a great person, with lot of ambition. Sometimes I wonder how people that have problems can be so happy, more than normal and healthy people.You know, not all people can smile and make a person happy, but you can and I admire you for that!
Have fun traveling in Romania! :)
Hope we could talk again soon! :)
P.S: I hope that what I wrote is correct, but if I have mistakes please forgive me..:))
January 11th, 2014 at 10:40 am
Hello Tony. I have just spent a sleepless night reading your book. The stuff you have done and how you have accomplished it reminds me very much about how I my self has travelled various parts of the world as a blind person. It is so very rewarding being able to travel even when you are disabled, because it gives you courage and tools to do so many other things here in life, in other words independent travelling skills as a blind person means independents.
Keep on travelling, you are not alone and I really love your book keep travelling and keep writing to show the rest of the disabled as well as the none disabled community what blind and partially sighted people are capable of!
Best regards, Jesper
Tony! Whatta say?! A man who sees the world his way…you believe it when you meet Tony. He’s not an ordinary blind man! He does much more than what without any disability can do. Bungee jumping, sky diving,and he visits national parks and museums!! He is so intelligent and well educated. I showed him around Mombasa town, Fort Jesus, the tusks and Bombolulu cultural center. We went the beach together and he rode a camel….
He’s a wonderful guy. Wish you safe travels, Tony!
He was here in Kigoma from 22 to 24. he was in my care, I’m happy, he was gone safely.
wish him safe way
October 15th, 2013 at 12:40 pm
We just met in Iringa town. Wish we could have shown you around! So pleased to have met you & really admire your courage. Wishing you the very best on the rest of your travels. May God be with you and give you peace.
I just stumbled across your website. Just wanted to say hi from all the gang at The Sleeping Camel in Bamako, Mali. I went for a boat trip on the Niger River with Phil the other day and he was smiling remembering his trip on the river with you. Anyway, I hope your still travelling.
Kind Regards, Matt and The Sleeping Camel’s
October 26th, 2012 at 11:44 am
My name is Maria (the colombian girl that lives in Germany). We met in Prague in front of the Saint George chapel. We just talked for a few minutes but you touched my life and remined me that there is nothing you can not do. Thanks.
About your travel to San Gil… I know your going to have so much fun. There is tons of things you can do there. But I will recomend you to visit the Chicamocha Canyon. It is my favorite place in the world. Why is this place so beautiful? I love the peace that this place has. Please let me know if you would like some more recommendations for your trip.
I wish lots of fun in Colombia.
Maybee we´ll meet againg somewhere in the world. I also love to travel.