The first show of the ninth season of “Travel Man” is entirely dedicated to Dubrovnik and its surroundings

first_imgThe TV report, ie the promotion, comes at a great time, precisely in order to promote the winter program in Dubrovnik in Great Britain, the market from which Dubrovnik has the largest tourist traffic. Famous British actor and TV presenter Richard Ayoade and comedian Stephen Merchant will premiere cultural and entertainment events, a wide range of eno-gastronomic experiences, active holidays and sights of Dubrovnik and its surroundings.  Screening of the ninth season of the show “Travel Man”, which is watched by more than two million viewers in the UK and has a multimillion echo in the US, Canada, Australia and India, is on the program tonight, October 21st u 20:30 p.m.  “Channel 4, which is the most watched British TV channel along with the BBC, will present the beauties of our country to its multi-million viewers. The broadcast of this show will contribute to the further recognition of Croatia in the important British market, from which we are gaining increased interest from year to year, which confirms the growth of tourist traffic of four percent in the current part of the tourist year., said the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board, Kristjan Stanicic.  The director of the production company North One TV, Nicola Silk, pointed out that the choice of Dubrovnik in the first show is proof of the incredible demand for this destination in the British market. “Dubrovnik contains an ideal combination of history, culture and sunny weather, making it a great choice for the premiere of the show’s ninth season. The people of Dubrovnik completely delighted us with their hospitality and knowledge of the destination, and we will definitely return to Croatia and continue to discover other places and cities.”, Silk pointed out. On the British Channel 4, the first episode of the ninth season of the highly watched show “Travel Man” dedicated to inspiring destinations around the world will be broadcast from Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik region.  “Travel Man” shows the world’s most attractive destinations such as Barcelona, ​​Vienna, Istanbul, and the episode about Dubrovnik will highlight this popular Croatian destination as a year-round city break destination for the British.  DUBROVNIK PRESENTS MEASURE TO ENCOURAGE CATERERS TO WORK THROUGHOUT WINTER As part of the first episode, Richard Ayoade and Stephen Merchant tour locations from the Game of Thrones series, taste Ston oysters, explore the slopes of Srđ Hill, go in search of a tie inspired by the country’s historical symbol, join peacocks on Lokrum Island, visit cult hotels and interact. with the local population discover Dubrovnik as an authentic destination with a diverse tourist offer. LINK NEWS: WINTER PROGRAM PRESENTED IN DUBROVNIK last_img read more

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The UNWTO has launched an initiative to draft an international code aimed at protecting tourists in the first place

first_imgRecommendations to help international tourists in emergency situations Establishing a set of minimum standards of consumer protection for tourists will help people feel safer on international travel, the UNWTO said, adding that the recommendations are addressed to countries and are designed to ensure that responsibility for tourists in emergencies is shared fairly throughout the value chain of tourism. 5 Addressing the effective repatriation of tourists. (repatriation means the return of the passenger to the place of departure or to another place agreed by the contracting parties) Restoring trust and security is a key priority of the tourism sector, and one of them is certainly the legal protection of tourists, so that tourists can “carefree” plan a trip. The International Code for the Protection of Tourists, which the UNWTO is working on with the support of almost 100 member states, will make support for tourists affected by emergencies clearer and more consistent globally. At its first meeting, the Committee for the Development of an International Code for the Protection of Tourists actively participated in 92 UNWTO member states. As they point out from the UNWTO, they jointly adopted a concrete action plan to restore the trust of tourists through a common and harmonized framework. In the coming weeks, international organizations, the European Commission, as well as private stakeholders, will be invited to join this initiative to achieve a fairer and more balanced share of responsibility among all tourism stakeholders in the world after COVID-19. 2 Providing real-time information for tourists. Tourists as consumers should be provided with greater legal protection, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) concluded. To this end, the UNWTO has launched an initiative for an international code aimed at the legal protection of tourists. 4 Encourage close cooperation between governments and travel and accommodation providers. UNWTO Secretary General Zurab Pololikashvili he said insecurity and a lack of confidence in travel are among the biggest challenges they face with the goal of relaunching global tourism. “The International Code for the Protection of Tourists will be an important step towards resolving this problem. Establishing a standard minimum standard of consumer protection for tourists will help people feel safer on international travel. It will also ensure that the responsibility for managing the crisis situation caused by this pandemic is shared fairly throughout our sector”, Concluded Pololikashvili. On the eve of today’s meeting, the UNWTO announced Recommendations for assistance to international tourists in emergency situations, laying the groundwork for the International Code for the Protection of Tourists. 3 Addressing cross-border cooperation between governments and tourism service providers. 1. Prevention of possible disruptions in travel in the context of developing concrete plans, ie coordination protocols and training of tourism stakeholders to help tourists in emergency situations. The report on the development of the International Code for the Protection of Tourists is expected to be presented at the next UNWTO General Assembly (end of 2021 in Marrakesh, Morocco) for approval by all member states.last_img read more

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No justification for personal attack ads

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion I’m a lifelong resident of Niskayuna and also a social studies teacher at Schenectady High school who teaches civics. A basic lesson in all classes is that during a campaign, you attack policy positions, not people. The recent Democratic committee flyer I received for Niskayuna Town Board is disgraceful. Supervisor Joe Landry owes us an explanation.I’m a registered Democrat, but in my job, I work with an ideologically diverse group of colleagues. Politics is an area that is often debated, respectfully. My Republican colleagues and I get passionate; it’s part of our job. We never devolve into name calling and hateful rhetoric. We challenge policy; we don’t attack each other personally. Then we go get a cup of coffee or lunch together, and we always remain friends.For the Niskayuna Democratic Committee to mail an attack ad that likens the Republican candidates to hate mongers like Bannon and Limbaugh is shameful and dishonest. Candidates should run on, and win, elections based on their record or positions. This is especially true for incumbents like Joe Landry. To date, Supervisor Landry has been silent on this issue. It’s deafening.National politics has devolved into name calling, demagoguery and Twitter attacks, Niskayuna can do better.Chris OgnibeneNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesNiskayuna girls’ cross country wins over BethlehemEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsPuccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfectlast_img read more

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MWB in talks to buy Five Ways leisure scheme

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Baker Lorenz snapped up by Hercules in £5.75m deal

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Delancey bets on Midtown rent rises

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Beckwith to build Reading tower

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Brothers in arms

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PREMIUMLife without spice: Skyrocketing chili prices hit traders, food lovers, restaurants

first_imgChili chili-price FoodSupply restaurant BPS Log in with your social account Forgot Password ? Facebook Google LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Linkedin Topics : Spicy food-loving Mahatma Narendra, 23, was shocked to see the small portion of sambal he received with his favorite Manadonese meal, smoked skipjack tuna, at a restaurant in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta.He had noticed that the restaurant had recently begun serving smaller and smaller servings of sambal. Beyond the restaurant, the intern at a private company said he had also received less sambal from his favorite fried catfish vendor.“Usually they are very generous with the sambal but many places have started to cut back. It’s too bad because I love spicy food and less sambal means less flavor for me,” he said.His complaint reflects the impact skyrocketing chili prices are having on food lovers around Jakarta. Chili is one of the main ingredients of many traditional Indonesian meals, and spicy foods have been particularly trendy of lateThe price of…last_img read more

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N. Ireland set for first same-sex marriage

first_imgBritish MPs in London passed legislation last July, while Northern Ireland’s devolved government was suspended, to allow gay marriages and same-sex civil partnerships.The move, which brought the province into line with the rest of the UK, was opposed by a group of local lawmakers but they failed in a last-minute bid in October to block its implementation.London spent the intervening months drawing up new regulations to apply to the marriages and partnerships — with the first permitted to happen this week.In the meantime, Northern Ireland’s political parties also agreed to restart power sharing in Belfast.Activists, British MPs including Northern Ireland Secretary of State Julian Smith, and others will celebrate the occasion at a parliamentary event in London later on Tuesday. Sara Canning, the partner of journalist Lyra McKee who was killed by dissident republicans in the Northern Irish city of Londonderry last year, helped to campaign for the change.”Of course, this historic moment is a little bitter-sweet. It had been our dream too. Lyra and I should have been an engaged couple now, planning our own wedding day,” she said in the statement. A Belfast couple were on Tuesday set to become the first same-sex couple to get married in Northern Ireland after a change in the law.Robyn Peoples, 26, and Sharni Edwards, 27, were due to wed at 2:00 pm (1400 GMT) in Carrickfergus, near Belfast, after the new legislation came into effect on Monday.It followed campaigning by Amnesty International and partner organizations in the “Love Equality” campaign, which hailed the occasion “a landmark moment for equality in Northern Ireland”. “We didn’t set out to make history — we just fell in love,” Edwards said ahead of the nuptials in a statement released by the campaign.”We are so grateful to the thousands of people who marched for our freedoms, to the Love Equality campaign who led the way, and the politicians who voted to change the law.”Without you, our wedding wouldn’t have been possible. We will be forever thankful.”Her soon-to-be wife Peoples added: “While this campaign ends with Sharni and I saying ‘I do’, it started with people saying ‘no’ to inequality. By standing together, we’ve made history.”center_img Topics :last_img read more

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