Meet Jelena and how the story is told in tourism. As Jelena Holenko points out in the introduction, her terrain is not a stage, but a forest path where she takes on alter ego – foxes. A fox who takes you into her home and a crazy adventure. Being a tourist guide is a great honor, but also a responsibility, because by definition, tourist guides are ambassadors of Croatian tourism. If you want to meet our green heart of Croatia, if you want your guests to be delighted, then I definitely recommend that you introduce Gorski kotar to the soul and ambassador of Gorski kotar – Jelena Holenko aka Lynx and Fox. Travel guides tell stories about destinations, they are the good spirit of the destination who know and tell local stories that are not in the tourist brochures. They are storytellers, selling emotions and experiences. See the story… Last week, the tenth edition of TEDxZagreb was held in Zagreb, this time with the thematic title TWISTER. And exactly one of the lecturers was Jelena Holenko, one of our best tourist ambassadors and a tourist guide or storyteller, who tells the story of Gorski Kotar. Whether you are a travel agency, group or individual and if you are planning to wander around the Green Heart of Croatia – you need Jelena in the team. Experience and story are guaranteed, and Jelena is one of the best examples of how tourism is people and how stories are told in tourism.
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Does this property look familiar? It starred on a television show and is now listed for sale.SPLASHES of colour, eccentric wallpaper, trendy textures and luxury fittings have been expertly blended at this Broadbeach Waters house, creating the ultimate summer haven.The Palm Springs-inspired oasis is bright, beautiful and epitomises Gold Coast waterfront living. Each room is packed with personality and you’ll want to entertain at every chance you get to show off the quirky, yet luxurious home. MORE NEWS: How to sell for the highest priceMORE NEWS: Luxury mansion redesigned: see the before and afters The property even makes a statement from the water.Topping off the offering is the backyard with a beach vibe. The pool is surrounded by whitewashed timber decking and glass fencing to make sure the canal views are on full display. The covered entertainment area has lights, a ceiling fan and a barbecue and nearby steps lead to the private sandy beach. At 9 Summerland Key, the property lives up to its street’s name. The four-bedroom house is on the market with a $1.325 million price tag through Danny Stanley and Jamie Harrison of Kollosche. The four-bedroom house at 9 Summerland Key, Broadbeach Waters, is on the market with a $1.325 million price tag. The home is a tropical oasis. The main bedroom and its open ensuite is a highlight of the property.The property is immediately enticing thanks to a stylish gate with a intricately detailed wooden entry door and a sun-splashed sitting area in the enclosed frontyard. Even the entry hallway makes a statement with two feature walls and a funky pendant light. The main bedroom is zoned at the front of the home and features a double walk-in wardrobe and an open ensuite. The ensuite is a real highlight of the property with a vibrant feature wall, brass gold fixtures, a freestanding bath, a floating timber vanity and luminous oval mirrors. The rear of the floorplan is open and light filled. Even the kitchen has its own unique features.The home’s floorplan then opens out to the main living hub where the kitchen, dining and living areas all effortlessly connect with the tropical backyard. The cooking zone has an aqua feature wall, a window splashback, high-end appliances, a door that leads to the alfresco area and a servery window. Polished concrete, timber and wallpapered walls are featured across the living and dining area and bi-fold doors open out to the backyard. There’s also a cosy rumpus room with a loft in this zone, as well as a family-sized laundry. The remaining three bedrooms share the main bathroom, which has a wet room design with a freestanding bath. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa10 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoWant an entrance! firstname.lastname@example.org Aaron and Daniella Winter had their home transformed on House Rules in 2017. Picture: Tertius PickardOwners Aaron and Daniella Winter, the winners of Channel 7’s House Rules in 2017, had their home completely transformed on the show. A two-week renovation on the small screen is to thank for the product today, with the couple also adding some of their own touches after production wrapped. “We have added more features to the house and added our personal touch to every space,” Ms Winter said. “The front facade has changed, plus we have made the backyard a real entertainers’ dream by adding an outdoor kitchen and a fire pit. “It’s a bright, colourful, happy home. “We have a lot of memories (and) our kids love our home as much as we do. 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Neumann Contractors has once again been engaged by the Gold Coast City Council to undertake the dredging of Currumbin Creek for 2017. These works are part of a 4-6 year contract with the Gold Coast City Council for dredging and beach nourishment works at both Tallebudgera and Currumbin Creek.Neumann Contractors has undertaken the dredging works in Currumbin Creek for many years now, and the works are an integral part of the Gold Coast City Council’s program to maintain and replenish the sand on Gold Coast beaches.This year, over 33.000m³ of clean sand was dredged from the Currumbin Creek to replenish the sand on Palm Beach.The sand is pumped overland and released on Palm Beach.The Nu Enterprise, a 300mm cutter suction dredger, a land based booster pump and up to 1.2km of pipeline were used to complete the works.[mappress mapid=”24643″]
New Renown docked at 300,000-ton crude oil terminal of Sinopec Zhongke Refinery Port. Image Courtesy: Sinopec The 338,371 cbm tanker was welcomed at the new 300,000-tonne crude oil terminal of Sinopec Zhongke Refinery Port, which forms part of the company’s “front terminal, rear plant” production model. Housed 1,100 metres from Sinopec’s refinery plant, the petrochemical port features eight terminals including a 300,000-tonne crude oil berth, 100,000-tonne oil berth and supporting facilities — providing a total capacity of 34 million tonnes per year. Sinopec Corp., China’s energy and chemical company, has put the country’s largest petrochemical port into operation with the successful docking and unloading of the New Renown, a very large crude oil carrier (VLCC) from the Middle East. To date, the 100,000-tonne berth is the largest domestic refined oil terminal with a loading and unloading capacity of 5.61 million tonnes per year. The terminal provides convenient access to refined oil and chemical products for Sinopec’s core domestic market, while also offering direct opportunities for global exports. Situated on the east coast of Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, the Sinopec Zhongke Refinery Port is part of Zhanjiang Integrated Refinery and Petrochemical Complex — the biggest project of its kind under construction by Sinopec Corp, and a key component of the Guangdong Province’s 13th Five-Year Plan. Additional output is intended to aid the development of the downstream industrial chain of the refining and chemical industry while injecting new momentum for the economic development of the Greater Bay Area. The total investment of the first phase of the project totals more than ¥40 billion ($5.65 billion) and will add over 10 million tonnes of refined crude oil capacity and 800,000 tonnes of ethylene units per year, in addition to auxiliary supporting facilities. Following its completion, it’s estimated that the output of the refinery will exceed ¥60 billion. At present, there are more than 18,000 builders currently working on-site as part of the project, and 28 of the 30 major production facilities have been delivered. The final project is expected to be fully completed and put into production by the end of July, according to Sinopec.
According to the project’s Notice to Mariners, the activities related to the jacket foundation will begin today, 24 August. DEME Group is about to begin offshore substation foundation works at the Saint-Nazaire offshore wind project in France. Saint-Nazaire, also known as Parc du Banc de Guérande, will comprise 80 GE Haliade 150-6MW turbines located between 12 and 20km off the coast of the Guérande peninsula. In June last year, a consortium of Atlantique Offshore Energy, GE Grid Solutions and Société de Dragage International (SDI), part of DEME Group, won a contract to design, manufacture, and install the electrical offshore substation. The 480 MW project is scheduled to be operational in the summer of 2022 when it will become the first commercial-scale wind farm installed in French waters.
EducationHealthLifestyleTertiary DSC to host pinning ceremony for nursing graduates by: – June 28, 2018 Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 634 Views no discussions (file photo)Nine (9) students will participate in a pinning ceremony to mark the rite of passage from nursing students to graduate nurse on Friday 29 June 2018. This, as the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Dominica State College (DSC) hosts its 7th Pinning Ceremony from 4:00PM at its Upper Campus under the theme “Pursuing Global Standards with Integrity and Excellence”.“This event will be historic in that the first group of students to pursue the generic Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing at DSC will participate in this rite of passage from nursing students to graduate nurse,” a press release from the school states. DSC President, Donald C. Peters; Coordinator of the HIV/AIDS Response Unit, Nurse Lester Guye and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Mrs. Chandler Hyacinth are among officials expected to address the ceremony. Share
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Nigeria’s Victor Osimhen has been aspiring to play against Juventus star, Cristiano Ronaldo in his maiden Serie A campaign. After a scintillating debut season for Lille, where he scored 13 goals in 27 Ligue games, the Super Eagles striker is ready to have another experience against “one of the greatest players on earth”. Osimhen’s Napoli visit Gervinho’s Parma for their opening league outing on Sunday but the 21-year-old also has his sights set on the trip to Allianz Stadium on October 4. “I’m really looking forward to a new career here in Serie A. Playing against the likes of Christian Ronaldo is something one can eagerly wait,” Osimhen told the Caf website. “While at Lille, I had the opportunity of playing against some of the best players in the world like Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and it would definitely be a whole great experience to play against Ronaldo, who is one of the greatest players on earth. So, I’m looking forward to facing him soon.” The Lagos-born star moved to Naples for a reported African record transfer fee which could rise to €80 million. Despite the buzz around his switch, he said he is not feeling any pressure to perform. “There is no pressure on me since I came here rather, I just need to work and do what I loved doing” he added.Advertisement Promoted Content9 Movie Scenes That Got Re-Shot Because Viewers Didn’t Like ThemSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better27 Breathtakingly Beautiful Albino AnimalsTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch TodayEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You “I just need to do my work on the pitch and give my all like I have always been doing and getting the goals for both my club and country. This is the most important thing for me and there is no pressure at all. I just want to do my thing in my own way.” During Napoli’s pre-season training camp in Castel di Sangro, Osimhen scored two hat-tricks in the two friendly matches Gattuso’s side played. He first scored an eight-minute hat-trick against L’Aquila in an encounter that ended 11-0 and then scored another hat-trick against Serie C outfit Teramo a week later. read also:Osimhen benched for Napoli opener Ahead of his maiden Serie A campaign, he disclosed he has no personal goal target but he is focused on helping the Stadio San Paolo outfit win silverware. “I am happy for the goals I scored pre-season,” the Nigeria forward said. “I’m not the kind of players that set a number of goals I’m going to score for my team because I’m a team player; I don’t set personal target before that of the team. “I just want to score as much as I can for my team, help them doing well and winning trophies. So, there is no personal targets for me; I just want to do well and get the goals for my team.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Mrs. Kathryn B. (Robertson) Hoskins, age 99, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on May 5, 1921 in Carrollton, Kentucky. She was the daughter of the late William Ernest and Vera (King) Robertson. Kathryn was better known as “Katie B.” She graduated from Carrollton High School in 1940. Kathryn married Elisha B. Hoskins on July 16, 1940 in Carrollton, Kentucky. She and Elisha were members of Bedford United Methodist Church in Bedford, Kentucky. Kathryn and Elisha moved from Bedford, Kentucky in 1955 to a farm on Hwy 56 in Vevay, Indiana. Katie B. was a member of the Bennington Order of Eastern Star Chapter No. 407 and Order of Eastern Star Carroll Chapter No. 442. She did volunteer work first at the Lord’s Cupboard in Vevay and in Rising Sun for many years. She enjoyed quilting and needle work, caring for her grandchildren, gardening and canning her harvest. Katie B. always had room at her dinner table; she spent many years in the kitchen making home cooked meals for neighbors, farm hands and seasonal hunters. Katie B. passed away at 5:48 a.m., Sunday, June 21, 2020, at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison, Indiana.Kathryn will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Clarica Mathews and her husband, Paul of Cross Plains, Indiana; her daughter Marjorie Hoskins of Vevay, Indiana; her son Billy Hoskins and his wife Tammy of Vevay, Indiana; seven grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren, and seven great-great- grandchildren.Kathryn was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; her brother, James King Robertson and her great-grandchild, Little McKinley Carver Pennington.Due to COVID-19, ALL attendees MUST wear a mask and social distance. Friends may call 10 – 11 a.m., Friday, June 26, 2020 at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Due to COVID-19, ALL attendees MUST wear a mask and social distance. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 26, 2020 at 11 a.m., by Rev. Mike Jones, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Angela Hunger Hoskins Memorial Fund c/o CFSCI. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com