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Photo of Kamil in an airport in Belgium. He is posing in front of a statue of the chief of the Smurfs made of chocolate. He is wearing a dark blue sweater and black pants with white sneakers.
Kamil Goungor lives in Athens, Greece and is the author of the Trawheeler, an accessible travel blog which he created in 2017. Kamil is an accessible travel blogger, but also a disability activist and he works for two very important organizations based in Brussels: for ENIL, the European Network for Independent Living where he works...
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Giulia posing on her wheelchair and leaning on the marble
Making the world more inclusive one step at the time: PromoTurismoFVG, the regional board of tourism of the Italian region Friuli Venezia Giulia, with the strategic support of Destination Everywhere, launched an inclusive tourism campaign featuring accessible travel blogger Giulia Lamarca. Giulia visited the region for three days, to experience the accessible experiences and adapted...
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a group of surfers with mixed abilities powing at the beach with surf boards on the back
Home » wheelchair The surf school Special Surf 78 is a consolidated surf school, well known and respected in Peniche, Portugal, for the high quality of their work and for their adaptive surf experience.  The school was created and is managed by the two brothers Edgar and Nuno, local surfers born and raised in Peniche. They are Phisical Education teachers...
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Home » wheelchair Munich is a city of which the locals are very, very proud. Whether you speak to those who were born here, or the many who have been “adopted” by the rich capital of Bavaria, it is a general chorus of all-wonderful things about the quality of life, and also the quality of...
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Home » wheelchair Sailing is one of the best adaptive activities you can imagine, and for those who practice it already it is usually a real passion – or an obsession, you but a great one! Such a strong passion that the need to share it is… explosive! Meet the people who make it possible for...
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