Westmeath was the first stop on his journey.
A teenager is travelling the country to find how how accessible it is for people with disabilities.
James Casserly has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair.
Westmeath was the first stop on his journey, and he's since visited Clare, Antrim and Galway on his mission to see how easy or otherwise it is to use public transport and disability services.
The 16 year old's mother Vicki says James' love of travel has inspired the trip: