U rujnu, točnije, 23.rujna iz Nedelišća ispred Nacionalnog gimnastičkog centra Aton će startati nekoliko stotina biciklista na premijernom izdanju Panamure i zaputit se kroz šume, vinograde, polja i preko cesta do Mađerkinog brega. Radi se o Panamura Adventure Race, odnosno #Panamura je brdsko-biciklistička (MTB) utrka kroz Međimurje podjednako namijenjena za rekreativce i profesionalce.Panamura Adventure Race organizira Međimurski biciklistički klub Mura uz Turističku zajednicu Međimurja. “On over 76 kilometers of trails, we have placed two official refreshment zones, several unofficial ones, a mountain finish, a passing sprint finish along the Mura, but also several demanding and interesting, hitherto unexplored, paths and trails.. From the most famous hill of Međimurje we descend the Mura, and along the sandbanks of this untamed river towards Mursko Središće. From the northernmost Croatian city we run back to Nedelišće through vineyards and forests and come to the cycling festival in Aton and in Mesap. ” ističu organizatori.Panamura is not only a race but also an investment in the future and tourism.For years, Međimurje has been known as the county and location with the most investment in cycling tourism, from the development of hotel accommodation, private and apartment, all the way to tracing and development of trails, roads and bicycle roads. By investing in cycling tourism, Međimurje is placed on the map as an interesting destination for transit tourists to the Adriatic, and at the same time attracts new guests and provides new content. Bike races, cycling marathons, trails and events are just a part of the infrastructure and content that every cyclist is looking for.e-bike race as a special attraction Uz klasičan MTB maraton koji dozvoljava nastup sa MTB biciklima veličine kotača 26″, 28″ ili 29″, Panamura uvodi i novost. Paralelno s biciklistima natjecat će se i e-Bike biciklisti na biciklima tipa “pedalec” koji potpomažu vozaču, naravno u vlastitoj kategoriji. E-Bike tipovi bicikala, kao i turizam orijentiran na takav tip vozila na mala vrata ulazi na turističko tržište europe, ali zasigurno će biti važan faktor u odabiru destinacije budućih cikloturista.From Nedelišće to Štrigova, along the Mura from Sv. Martin to Mursko Središće, through vineyards and forests, the Panamura Marathon invites amateur cyclists, recreational cyclists, professionals to pedal and experience this professionally organized marathon and see for themselves what their limits are. But it is more important than the competition to show the direction of development when we talk about cycling tourism and how tourism can be developed on the continent throughout the year.
South Sudan has officially joined East Africa’s One Network Area scheme.The system is a joint agreement between Uganda, Kenya, and Rwanda to slash international roaming charges for calls.South Sudanese mobile subscribers will now pay less for calls within those countries by an average of 60%. At only around 20% penetration, one of the lowest in Africa, the country’s mobile market remains untapped.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvprNEGjl_I
O Donnell Fuels in Crolly have completed the mannequin challenge, staring both staff and customers.Local characters such as Hughie Beag Devenney, Paul McCool from Tg4s CU burn and many others from the local area who happened tobe in the shop on Friday took part.The video has over 16,000 views since it was uploaded last week! Well done folks!DDTV: O’Donnell Fuels’ mannequin challenge reaches 16,000 views! was last modified: December 4th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CrollyDDTVmanequin challengeo donnell fuels
“I feel sad,” he said. “But I am happy they are with God.” Oscar Miranda, 80, of Whittier, asked Begg if he could have two flags for the graves of his brothers. The Navy veteran was at the cemetery to visit his wife’s grave, but saw what the Santamaria-Konos were doing and wanted flags for the graves of two brothers, who had served in World War II, and were buried nearby. “I don’t want anyone to forget them, and I don’t want anyone to forget me,” he said. “It brings me to tears that they are gone.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2110160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2The parents of the young Scouts, Alvaro and Suzanne Santamaria-Kono, also placed flags on graves. Their youngest child, Patrice, 2, wore Begg’s floppy Scout leader hat and ran around the cemetery trying to keep up with the others. “It is really important to respect our veterans and for us to show our kids that you need to do a little service and give back a little,” Suzanne Santamaria-Kono said. “We get so involved in our own lives that we don’t come out for the little things.” The 500 flags were donated by the cemetery. The elder Alvaro Santamaria-Kono pounded a tiny stake into the ground to make a hole for the flags and the kids placed the flags in the dirt. The La Puente family hoped to have the job done within two hours and then attend a neighbor’s birthday party. Steven Santamaria-Kono said he was grateful to the veterans. ROWLAND HEIGHTS – What started off Sunday as a Scouting project turned into a family affair. It wasn’t meant to be that way. But when some of the volunteers that Scoutmaster Nancy Begg was expecting from Boy Scout Troop 791 failed to show up to help put flags on graves at Queen of Heaven Cemetery and Mortuary in Rowland Heights, Begg went ahead with the handful that did: the Santamaria-Kono family. The Santamaria-Konos have three children in Scouts: Tasha, 7, is a Brownie, and Steven, 9, and Alvaro, 10 are in Cub Scout Pack 791 in La Puente. They had also been invited by Begg to help place flags at various gravesites. “I want the Scouts to learn the meaning of Memorial Day,” said Begg, 56, whose father served in World War II.