Gábor Kopecsni, Present and Future of Baranta in Hungary

August 23, 2016 § Leave a comment

I am pleased to share our latest feature from my series on Martial Arts of the World and living masters. In this case, we meet Gábor Kopecsni, founder of the Baranta Association in Upper Hungary. Check the reportage here and learn more about this martial art, unknown for many. 

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Me complace invitaros a ver el último reportaje de mi serie de trabajos sobre Artes Marciales del Mundo, y sus maestros. En este caso, conocemos a Gábor Kopecsni, fundador de la Asociación de Baranta Norte de Hungría. Puedes ver el reportaje aquí y conoce más de este arte marcial, desconocido para muchos. 

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Condé Nast Traveler + Nano Calvo

January 18, 2016 § Leave a comment

Condé Nast Traveler Spain publishes one of my images to illustrate Rovaniemi, in Finland, as one of the top destinations for snowmobiles. Feel invited to check our Lapland Adventure at Inusualia, for more experiences such as ice climbing, husky sledding and swimming in frozen waters.

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Condé Nast Traveler España publica una de mis fotos para ilustrar Rovaniemi, en Finlandia, como uno de los mejores destinos para motos de nieve. Aprovecho para invitarte a saber más de nuestra Aventura en Laponia, en Inusualia, con experiencias tales como escalada en hielo, trineos de huskies y nadar en aguas heladas.

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Winter Swimming World Championships

September 26, 2015 § 1 Comment

Ever heard about the Winter Swimming World Championships? Learn more about this hard discipline, and the courageous athletes that fight against hypothermia to get a place in the podium, in our new article on Inusualia:

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Te imaginas un Campeonato del Mundo de Natación en Aguas Heladas? Aunque parezca mentira, existe, y en este reportaje de Inusualia​ te lo mostramos y te presentamos a los valientes atletas que combaten la hipotermia para hacerse un hueco en el podium.

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The Mind is Everything

August 11, 2015 § 1 Comment

“The mind is everything. What you think you become”
~ Buddha

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Learn more about Sri Lanka and Yoga:

           

Spring in the Sea of Cortez

August 5, 2015 § 2 Comments

Jacques Cousteau, the most famous undersea explorer of the 20th century, called the Sea of Cortez the Aquarium of the World for a reason. Located between the Baja Peninsula and mainland Mexico, the Sea of Cortez is home to 31 species of marine mammals, 500 species of fish, 4,848 known species of marine macro-invertebrates and 626 forms of macro-algae.”

For more about my adventure in this unique area of Baja California, read the full reportage recently published on Inusualia – Spanish version is also available here -. Hope you enjoy and share!

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Spring in the Sea of Cortez / Primavera en el Mar de Cortés
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Any unauthorized use of this images is prohibited.

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Robbie Maddison´s “Pipe Dream”

August 3, 2015 § Leave a comment

I can´t finish the day without sharing a unique video of a stunt biker making history by surfing his motorbike in Tahiti. The “crazy” guy is called Robbie Maddison, and you can also check him in Dial Triple Zero or The Ultimate Ride.

Guru Karunapala, Living Legend of Angampora in Sri Lanka

December 9, 2014 § Leave a comment

ENG/ “Finally, a little later than agreed, we manage to arrive at the place where great master Guru Karunapala lives and gives meaning to “Mirihana Angam Maduwa”, the school which aims to preserve the richness of the discipline and transfer the valuable lessons learned, during more than five decades, to a select group of students…”

Read full reportage at Inusualia.

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ESP/ “Finalmente, un poco más tarde de lo acordado, llegamos al hogar donde el gran maestro Guru Karunapala reside y da sentido a “Mirihana Angam Maduwa“, la escuela con la que pretende conservar la riqueza de esta disciplina y transmitir lo aprendido, durante más de cinco décadas, a un selecto grupo de estudiantes…”

Leer el reportaje completo en Inusualia.

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