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Maybe it’s time for the people of Lika to organize a study trip for us? The

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first_imgChallenge the potential and offer of Lika as a tourist destination (or any other region) only because we do not know enough about it and at the same time share our personal opinion, attitude or inclination as misinformation, thus degrading the destination only because we do not like it or do not know it enough, it does not harm only that destination or location, but the overall offer of Croatian tourist products, especially because it is and can be very diverse and rich, and thus even more attractive to all future guests. Ako otvorimo stranicu turističke zajednice regije Lika, pronaći ćemo ne mali broj trasiranih biciklističkih staza, koje prolaze što kroz naselja, što kroz šumske puteve, seoske ceste pa čak i zahtjevnije, “divlje”staze. Ljubitelji adrenalina imaju priliku isprobati zipline koji je među najdužima u Europi ili se pak proljuljati na divovskoj ljuljački, koja se nalazi tek 10-15 minuta vožnje udaljena od rodne kuće jednog od najvećih genija u povijest čovječanstva – Nikole Tesle. We rarely talk about the responsibility that tourism professionals have (or should have) when informing about destinations. The recent situation that happened within an FB group, when a colleague who introduced himself as a tourist worker with 20 years of experience, almost made fun of the future guest of the city of Gospić, arguing that there is nothing to “be” or “do”, prompted me to think and commenting on just this topic. ‬It is already known that tourist trends suggest that “being” and “working” as a tourist in a city no longer means only the sun and the sea, large resorts and / or cities. We took Lika as an example, so let’s move on to her. In this part of Lijepa naša there are three national parks, one of which (Plitvice Lakes) is under the protection of UNESCO, just like the beech forests of Northern Velebit and Paklenica, which are included in the same list as the original beech forests of the Carpathians and other regions of Europe. . Velebit, our longest mountain, which is also a nature park, is adorned with beautiful hiking and mountaineering trails. Hiking enthusiasts certainly know about the “Premužić trail”, and in addition, the locations on the network of trails “Via Dinarica” ​​are marked. Barać’s caves, Grabovača Cave Park, Cerovac Caves will surely be found in the itinerary of all those who are interested in the mystical world of the underground and karst. Author: Martina Ljuština, Experiences.hr Over 20 cheese dairies and family farms are located in this region and offer their products and tourist story to visitors, in accordance with the popularly known openness and cordiality of Lika hosts, abundant portions and the culture of brandy toasting. Isn’t this an experience that authentically tells the story of tradition, culture and gastronomy? Aren’t these the expectations of today’s tourists? This is not all that Lika can and offers, this is not all that hardworking tourism workers create, this is not all that Lika visitors can experience here. ‬ Maybe it’s time for the people of Lika to organize a study trip for us? Thelast_img read more

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Graeme Souness slams James Maddison after Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles is shown red card

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first_imgMaitland-Niles was not impressed with Maddison (Picture: Getty Images)Maddison and Maitland-Niles are teammates for England under-21s and held a conversation after the latter saw red, which seemed surprisingly friendly.The Leicester man went down grasping his ankle after the challenge, which Souness believed was unnecessary and influenced referee Michael Oliver.‘Where’s he hurt him there? He goes down holding what? Where’s the contact there to warrant that sort of reaction?’ Souness continued.‘The referee was right on it. The players go down with a scream as well and that’s affected the referee who’s very close to the incident. There’ll be players all around him shouting “foul” but for me that’s not a yellow card.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal are looking to move back into the top four in the Premier League with a point or more at Leicester, at least until Chelsea play Manchester United at Old Trafford later on Sunday afternoon.A point would be enough to see them leapfrog Chelsea, but defeat would leave them languishing outside of the Champions League spots with two games to play.MORE: Mesut Ozil misses Arsenal’s clash against Leicester City through injuryMORE: Watch Neymar shove fan as PSG suffer penalty shootout loss to Rennes in Coupe de France final Ainsley Maitland-Niles was shown a second yellow card for a foul on James Maddison  (Picture: Getty Images)Ainsley Maitland-Niles was unlucky to be sent off for Arsenal against Leicester and has James Maddison to blame, according to Graeme Souness.The 21-year-old was booked twice in the first half at the King Power Stadium, the first for knocking over Ben Chilwell and the second coming for a lunge on Maddison.It is the first red card of Maitland-Niles’ young career and Souness believes he should count himself unfortunate for the second yellow card, if not the first.‘This is a booking, he obstructs him, doesn’t want to get in a race with him [Chilwell] and it’s a yellow card,’ Souness told Sky Sports.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘The second one no, I think very unlucky, Maddison’s not helped his mate here. He [Maitland-Niles] slips, briefly, there’s a lunge but there’s not a lot of contact and I think that’s really harsh on the young man.’ Graeme Souness slams James Maddison after Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles is shown red card Phil HaighSunday 28 Apr 2019 1:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link85Shares Advertisement Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

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Machine Creole and Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company scheduled to perform at Volume 3 of Friday Dwivé tomorrow

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first_img Share Machine Creole out of Castle Bruce and forty year old Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company are set to thrill the crowd, when volume three of the World Creole Music Festival’s Friday Dwivé gets underway at the Krazy Kokonuts tomorrow afternoon.Friday Dwivé is being hosted by the Dominica Festivals Committee on a weekly basis to heighten the excitement and set the stage for the 15th Annual World Creole Music Festival scheduled for the 28th, 29th and 30th of October at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium.Patrons of the World Creole Music Festival will be given the opportunity to win tickets and prizes complement Digicel and the Dominica Festivals Commission.Marketing Executive of the Dominica Festivals Commission, Leroy “Wadico” Charles will also invite patrons to tastings with Dewar’s Whiskey, the Official Whiskey for the Festival, Kubuli Beer promotion and Heineken Beer Promotion.The event commences from 5pm with music by DJ – Mr. Smoove and will be streamed live via the internet on Vibesradio.dm, Nu music Zone, Comesee TV, and WCMF’s website. Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share EntertainmentLocalNews Machine Creole and Waitukubuli Dance Theatre Company scheduled to perform at Volume 3 of Friday Dwivé tomorrow by: – October 6, 2011center_img 45 Views   no discussions Tweet Sharelast_img read more

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NSSF Elects Joseph as President

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first_imgA new chapter has been opened in the history of Nigerian Schools Sports Federation (NSSF) as a new executive to be presided over by Mrs. Olabisi Joseph has been elected to serve for another four-year term.At the AGM/Election held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium thursday, Joseph, a former Secretary General of the federation was unanimously elected as the new president that will take over from Malam Ibrahim Muhammed who has been paddling the canoe of the federation since 2008.Austin Jonah is now the new scribe while Funsho Oba will assist him. The treasurer is Dickson Monday, while Emmanuel Ebong and Mrs. Anthonia Nwaneri are Vice Presidents 1 and 2 respectively. Fowolu Robinson Olasida is the Financial Secretary, while Marcus Amabu is Vice President 4 while Abdullah Charanche and Affos Musa Emmanuel are auditor 1 and 2 respectively. Former President, Malam Ibrahim Muhammad is the an ex-officio.In her acceptance speech, Joseph lauded the delegates for electing her as president, while promising to improve the fortune of the federation.“I want to sincerely express my deepest appreciation to the entire NSSF family for the confidence repose in me and my executive to paddle the canoe of this great body in the new dispensation.“It is such an honour to be elected as the President and I am humbled that you would place your faith and trust in this new executive. This is a responsibility that we will not take lightly, and I with my team, we will endeavour to continue where our predecessor stopped with the utmost effort to improve on the lots of NSSF.”Most importantly, I thumb up to NSSF family and friends for their unending support. My gratitude goes to those who believe in us that having been part of this great body, we can together work hard to better the lots of Nigerian students through sporting activities,” she said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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