From the opening until September 18.9.2017, XNUMX. the camps accomplished 18.286.462 overnight stays, ie an increase in the number of overnight stays compared to last year of 8,5%, while only in September (from September 1.9 to September 18.9), unfortunately due to daily rains, the number of arrivals and overnight stays decreased by -4%.By countries of origin, all year round: Germany + 14,4%, the Netherlands + 6,7%, Austria + 6,4%, Slovenia -0,9% and Italy – 2,3%. Of the other countries, we especially point out the increase in Denmark, + 14,2% – and interestingly, it is one of the few countries with a plus in the 9th month (as much as + 33,4%).At the annual level, 85 million realized overnight staysFrom January to August, foreign tourists accounted for 13.3 million arrivals (+14 percent) and 75.3 million overnight stays (+13 percent), while domestic tourists also recorded increases of 9 percent in arrivals and 13 percent in overnight stays. In the period from January to August, the highest number of overnight stays was recorded in Istria (23.4 million overnight stays), Kvarner (15.8 million overnight stays) and the Split-Dalmatia County (15.7 million overnight stays). They are followed by Zadar County with 11.6 million overnight stays, Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 6.7 million overnight stays, Šibenik-Knin County with 6 million overnight stays, Lika-Senj County with 2.8 million overnight stays and Zagreb with 1.5 million overnight stays. 1.4 million overnight stays were realized on the continent (+18 percent), and the highest number of overnight stays was realized in Karlovac County (470 thousand overnight stays), Krapina-Zagorje County (221 thousand overnight stays) and Osijek-Baranja County (118 thousand overnight stays).During the first eight months, most overnight stays were realized by tourists from Germany (16.6 million overnight stays), Slovenia (8.9 million overnight stays), Austria (6.2 million overnight stays), Poland (5.6 million overnight stays) and Italy (4.7 million overnight stays). overnight stays are Rovinj, Dubrovnik, Poreč, Medulin, Umag, Split, Mali Lošinj, Crikvenica, Pula and Novalja. Out of the total number of overnight stays, most of them were realized in household facilities (10 million overnight stays), hotels (31 million overnight stays) and camps (19 million overnight stays), while 16.3 million overnight stays (+2.4 percent) were realized in nautical charter.UNWTO: In Europe, the growth in the number of tourists of 8 percent By the way, according to the UNWTO (World Tourism Organization), in the first half of 2017 there were almost 600 million tourists in the world, which is 6 percent more than in the same period last year. The UNWTO announced its half-yearly results in world tourism in a new tourism barometer, noting that a 6 percent increase in foreign tourists means that nearly 40 million more have traveled the world than in the past six months, the strongest increase since 2010. years.In all regions of the world in the first part of this year there was an increase in foreign tourist arrivals, and the largest, by 9 percent, in the Middle East, while in Europe and Africa the number of tourists increased by 8 percent, in Asia, the Pacific 6 percent and the Americas 3 percent. They also point out the growth in North Africa, which was visited by 16 percent more foreign tourists, and in the Middle East, 9 percent more
It was a typical North African derby. The match started with high intensity with both sides chasing an early goal, but it was the Desert Warriors who threatened first.After taking the game to the Carthage Eagles, Algeria received a set piece, but Yacine Brahimi saw his effort tipped over the crossbar by Aymen Mathlouthi inside the first five minutes.Mathlouthi became the busier of the two goalkeepers when he was called to keep Adlene Guedioura’s powerful shot away from the d-line in the 11th minute.In the 20th minute, Henryk Kasperczak’s men received a corner, but Youssef Msakni’s touch was not enough to put the ball in across the face of the goal, while Ahmed Akaichi arrived late on the far post.A few minutes later, Riyad Mahrez was also put through in the box, but the Leicester City man saw his effort punched away from danger by Mathlouthi.Despite dishing out good football, both sides went to the tunnel deadlocked at 0-0.With just five minutes played of the second half, a wonderful run by Msakni into the box saw skipper Mandi conceding an own goal to give Tunisia the lead.Some 14 minutes later, Tunisia were given a penalty when Faouzi Ghoulam fouled Wahbi Khazri in the box and Sliti converted from the spot, doubling their lead to 2-0.Despite getting a number of chances to break the deadlock, it was substitute Hanni who pulled one back for the Fennecs in injury time.In the end, Tunisia managed to protect the lead and walked away with the full three points.George Leekens’s men are now bottom of the standings with one point and will hope to win against the Lions of Teranga on Monday, January 23.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram AFCON 2017Tunisia bounced back in Group B when they beat Algeria 2-1 in their 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations tie at Stade de Franceville yesterday evening.Two goals courtesy of a penalty by Naim Sliti and an own goal from Tunisian skipper Naim Mandii handed the Carthage Eagles the deserved win.On the other hand, the Desert Warriors managed to bag a consolation strike through substitute Sofianne Hanni when he finished neatly in the box in injury time.The victory elevates the Tunisians to the second spot in the group with three points after their 2-0 loss to Senegal in their opener.
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Colin crushed it in Week 7, going 4-1 and moving to a healthy 21-13-1 on the year. This week he looks to keep stacking winners as we approach the halfway point of the NFL season. Stand back boys and girls, Uncle Colin’s on a heater and he loves his picks this week.Here are Colin’s Week 8 Blazin’ 5 plays:Jets at Bears (-7) – Colin usually avoids laying big points like the plague, but he likes Khalil Mack and the Bears laying 7 at home against the Fighting Sam Darnold’s. The Bears defense that ranks 2nd in the NFL with 17 takeaways and will face a massively depleted Jets offense that’s given it away 16 times (t-3rd most) so far this season.The Chicago D was miles ahead of the offense to start the year, but Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky has been sneaky good in his last three games, averaging 334.3 YPG, with 11 TD’s, 3 INT’s, and a passer rating of 115.9. Too much Bears at home. Chicago covers the 7 convincingly, 30-20. Advertisement 4. Niners (-2) at Cardinals – Colin usually likes taking angry teams coming off embarrassing losses, but Arizona is so bad he’s taking the Niners laying 2.5 on the road. Arizona is in a free fall thanks to an incompetent offense that ranks last in Total YPG (220.7), Rush YPG (64.6), 3rd Down Conversion % (23.1) Big Plays – 20+ Yards – (26).The Niners may be missing Jimmy G, but their 2nd ranked ground attack (137.0 YPG) should be able to run at will against an Arizona defense that ranks last in Rush YPG Allowed (148.0). With two unwatchable teams, give Colin the better coach and organization. Take the Niners, lay the 2. 26-23, San Fran. 5. Packers (+9.5) at Rams – The Rams are the best team in the NFL, but Colin can’t pass up Aaron Rodgers getting 9.5, coming off a bye. Mike McCarthy has been getting crushed this season, but he’s 9-3 off a bye weeks, and Rodgers and the offense have been moving the ball recently.Since Week 5, Green Bay ranks 1st in Total YPG (521.0) and Pass YPG (414.0), and 3rd in YDS/Play (7.1). The Rams have been dominant this year, but 3 of their last 4 have been decided by 7 points or less (3rd highest). The Rams are the better team, but the Packers cover getting 9.5. 30-27, Rams. 3. Bucs at Bengals (-4.5) – Colin is swallowing more points with the Bengals getting -4.5 at home against the Bucs. Tampa got a last second overtime win against the Browns at home last week, but their defense still ranks dead last in PPG Allowed (32.7), and has been getting routinely shredded by opposing QB’s to the tune of 327.5 Passing YPG (Most allowed), 18 Passing TD’s Allowed (Most allowed), and a passer rating of 125.8 (Highest allowed). Andy Dalton should carve them up. Throw in that Jameis Winston has thrown at least 2 picks in his last three starts and it adds up to a Cincy cover at home. 32-24, Bengals. 2. Seahawks (+3) at Lions – Colin loves Russell Wilson and the recently surging Seahawks getting a field goal on the road in Detroit. The Pete Carroll era looked like it was on the brink of collapse after an 0-2 start where Seattle only averaged 20 PPG offensively and gave up 25.5 PPG with a 0 turnover differential, but Carroll has turned around by coaching up his defense. The Seahawks are 3-1 in their last 4, and only allowing 16.5 PPG, scoring 25 PPG, and have the best turnover differential in the NFL since Week 3 (+7).The Legion of Boom days may be history, but Pete’s newest edition ranks third in scoring defense (19.5 PPG allowed) and pass defense (206.0 pass YPG allowed) this season. Defense travels. Seattle covers and wins this one outright. 27-23.