“Galicia, the Celtic” penetrates travelers in legendary places

The project “Galicia, the Celtic”, which sells exclusively Viaxes InterRías, will allow participants to tour legendary places and sites in Galicia for five days and six nights. This is a project conceived in parallel with the audiovisual project “Galicia, the Celtic motherland”, presented two months ago publicly in Sanxenxo by a team led by Marcos Redondo.

Despite the difficult situation facing the tourism sector at the moment, the Galician tour operator has decided to start betting on this project in the midst of a pandemic, given that it is a product for very small groups, an issue that the firm considers “ideal to match the measures of control derived from the coronavirus ”. For five days and six nights, participants will tour some of the most ancestral and emblematic places and sites in legendary Galicia, such as Monte Pindo, Castro Baroña and Monte do Facho.


The covid reinvents Galician tourism

The pandemic has forced tour operators to reinvent themselves. The design of products with a place in the heat of the coronavirus wave requires a special touch, with companies in full recession and the sector almost paralyzed. Signature InterRías Travel, one of the leading players in the sector in Spain, based in Sanxenxo, presented this Tuesday a original idea With which he intends that small groups can continue to enjoy the best of Galicia. Starting this week, InterRías will exclusively market the trip designed in parallel to the audiovisual project Galicia, the celtic motherland, presented two months ago publicly in Sanxenxo by a work team led by Marcos Redondo.

Despite the difficult situation facing the tourism sector at this time, the Galician tour operator has decided to start betting on this project in the midst of a pandemic, given that it is a product for very small groups, ideal to make it compatible with the control measures derived from the coronavirus.

For five days and six nights, participants will tour some of the most ancient and emblematic places and sites of legendary Galicia, such as Monte Pindo, Castro Baroña, Monte do Facho, Axeitos Dolmen, Torres do Oeste, Toxa Waterfall, Stone and Water Route and Monte do Castro de Ribadumia, in addition to visits to the Manolo Paz Foundation or the Monastery of the Armenteira.

The tour will be specially set to meet and enter the Celtic Galicia or in the castreña culture, and will include activities such as sailing on Drakkar, meditation, representation of votive offerings, Celtic baptism, etc. The entire program revolves around the greenest Galicia and aims to achieve an intimate bond between travelers and nature.

The accommodation During four of the six nights of the tour it will be at the Gran Talaso Hotel Sanxenxo, where traditional dinners will be held at the Tavern and where tourists can enjoy its hot springs, steam baths, aromatherapy and spa. The gastronomy It will be a fundamental element in the entire itinerary.

This commitment by Viajes InterRías aims to help accelerate the reactivation of a sector particularly affected by the health crisis. The leading tour operator in Spain in circuits and groups, which resumed its operations in June but obviously in very low proportions, has been working for months on the design and implementation of high-quality travel alternatives that are fully compatible with the current situation.


Johnson and Von der Leyen agree to “redouble efforts” toward a post-Brexit deal

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the president of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, they agreed ‘Redouble efforts’ towards a post-Brexit deal in a telephone conversation held this Saturday, a British government spokesman said.

The source noted that during the call, planned to Taking stock of the negotiationsJohnson noted that, while progress has been made, “significant differences persist in several areas” of common concern, including competition and fisheries.

The two leaders agreed that their respective teams will continue negotiations next Monday in London in order to “Redouble efforts to reach an agreement”, which would enter into force at the end, on December 31, of the post-Brexit transition period, which was formally executed on January 31.

For their part, Johnson and Von der Leyen “will remain in contact,” the spokesman said. If they fail to negotiate a bilateral pact, as of January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) will start trading based on the generic, less beneficial regulations of the World Trade Organization (WTO).


▷ Meghan Markle’s vote in the US elections

Meghan Markle’s vote in the US elections.


In these last American electionss  Meghan Markle has been encouraged to vote in its public comments. ‘Page Six’ has been confirmed by sources close to the Sussex that the Duchess voted days before by post, and they go further by adding that she would also have exercised her right as an American citizen if she continued to live in the United Kingdom.


The Government hopes to start distributing the COVID vaccine after Christmas but warns that immunization will take several months

The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, expects that in just under two months the COVID vaccine will begin to be distributed in Spain but it will be necessary to wait up to another five months until there is a significant percentage of the vaccinated population that allows the pandemic to be attacked with new effective tools. As he explained to the media during a visit to the pharmaceutical laboratories that the Zendal Group has in Galicia, Spain has already closed contracts with a delivery date with three laboratories. Everything happens now because the drug authorities give the green light to the remedy. According to Illa, “If they have not passed the clinical tests, they will not be administered. It is not enough that the vaccine is safe, it must be effective.”

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During her visit to Galicia and accompanying her Galician counterpart, Illa stated: “I think that at the beginning of next year we could start to administer it and we would need another three, four or five months until there is a sufficient percentage of vaccinated population and we can start to consider going to a different combat stage against COVID “.

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, also mentioned this Thursday the horizons posed by the arrival of vaccines to conclude that he hopes that after the six-month period set for the state of alarm, in the month of May, “they may develop the vaccination campaigns with the new vaccines that could be ready by that time “.

The arguments of both members of the Government agree that the arrival of the remedy against COVID will not suppose an immediate solution, since it would not arrive until there is a significant number of immunized citizens. Thus, the Government places in the next spring or early summer the moment in which the critical point of the pandemic can be crossed.

As Illa explained, there are already three closed contracts: “With the AstraZeneca company – which develops the vaccine together with the University of Oxford – with the Sanofi company and with the Johnson & Johnson company”. The first of these contracts has, according to the Government, “specific delivery dates of doses” of which a first shipment would correspond to Spain just over three million units.


▷ The new virtual BlizzCon will be free for everyone: Blizzard says goodbye to the classic ticket in this edition

BlizzConline will be the event to learn more about Overwatch 2, Diablo 4, and other games.

Blizzard It has been holding a face-to-face event for 15 years where it announces news for its video games, and where fans can meet to participate in all kinds of activities related to their favorite titles. As we already knew, the 2020 pandemic has caused this BlizzCon to become “BlizzConline“an exclusively digital edition destined to maintain tradition from a safer perspective. And with this new format, they also arrive monetization changes.

In a video reviewing Blizzard-related news, products and services, President J. Allen Brack announces that BlizzConline, dated to February 19 and 20, will be free for all viewers. This is, in part, a first for the event: although the opening ceremony has always been free to watch, the rest of the tournaments, contests and collectibles were part of a virtual ticket of 40 dollars / euros.

In spite of everything, a good part of the activities which WoW parents are accustomed to, including competitions, cosplay contests or the fun march of the murlocs, where fans interpret these tribal fish with greater or lesser visual fidelity. Of course, we will also have ads.

In this edition, we will have to closely track Overwatch 2 Y Diablo IV, among other novelties. The former will add campaign heroes and PvE content to Blizzard’s cooperative shooter, while the latter will take a more sinister and traditional approach to the loot progression-based RPG series. Neither has a release date for now.

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Flanders wields a 1666 treaty to fish in British waters even if Brexit fails

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Charles II of England had a hectic life. A woman he married in two separate ceremonies, no legitimate children, but a minimum of 12 with his lovers, a beheaded father, and himself spending nine years in exile before taking the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland after the Cromwell’s death. He spent three of his years in exile in the Flemish city of Bruges and, grateful for their hospitality, in 1666 he awarded them the Privilegie der Visscherie, the privilege of fishermen who gave 50 boats from that city rights …

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▷ Pregnant? Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have a secret kept for “confidential reason”


October 30 2020, 11:28 am

Royal families do not usually have few members, so Meghan Markle and the prince harry They could be gearing up for the announcement of the arrival of a new royal baby.

According to British media reports, the Duchess of Sussex; who won a motion to delay the court battle with the British tabloid for a “confidential” reason, is pregnant and will confirm soon.

According to the report, the judge Mark Warby granted the delay after Meghan’s team gave a “confidential reason” for doing so.

With information from El Farandi

Shortly after the judge’s comments, royal fans began speculating about Meghan Markle’s pregnancy; as he won the bid for a confidential reason that was shared by his legal team in court.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry became parents to their first child Archie Harrison in May 2019. It has never been confirmed whether the couple will attempt to have children again. But nevertheless; The former ‘Suits’ star is speculated to be pregnant and will confirm soon.

The tabloid, citing a source, stated: “It seems certain that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join your family.”

Meghan would surely be delighted when she emerged victorious in her bid to have a privacy action against a tabloid newspaper postponed for about nine months until next fall.

The trial was to begin in London in January 2021.

Prince Harry’s wife is suing Associated Newspapers by articles in the Mail on Sunday which included parts of a handwritten letter he had sent to his father, Thomas Markle, in August 2018. “My conclusion is that the correct decision in all circumstances is to grant the request”, said the judge. “That means that the test date of January 11, 2021 will become vacant and the test will be rescheduled for a new date in the fall.”


Why is it getting harder and harder for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to spend Christmas in England?


October 29 2020, 2:02 pm

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It will soon be a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left for the United States never to return. They announced it on January 18 after spending more than a month on vacation in Los Angeles, where they spent Christmas with Meghan’s mother instead of with the Royal Family, as had been tradition.

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Of course, before formally abandoning their life as royals, the Sussexes returned to the UK in March to say goodbye and finalize the deals for their long-awaited freedom, which was finally granted by Queen Elizabeth II in April. And since then, they have never seen each other again in person.

That is why all the British people were anxious to know how the next Christmas would go when Harry and Meghan had to return yes or yes to England. Although not for pleasure, but because on January 11 the trial that the dukes are holding against Associated Newspaper, which owns several tabloids, is scheduled to be held in London, which they accuse of publishing false information about them.

A legal battle that demands that the couple be present in the courtroom, something that in order to comply with it forces them to travel to England two weeks before the date of the trial to keep the corresponding quarantine that the British government requires of those who enter the country from United States.

But according to what has just been learned, finally that Christmas return could not take place. Well, the judge in charge of the case accepted the formal request that Harry and Meghan’s lawyers have sent to delay this meeting in court for several months.

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This Thursday will leave electrical storms in Galicia

Thunderstorms will be more widespread in the afternoon.
Marta Clavero

Galicia will continue this Thursday under the influence of low pressures and winds from the south, so the skies will be partially covered, with local thunderstorms that will be more widespread in the afternoon.

The skies will be cloudy in the west and south at dawn, with scattered showers in the estuaries and in Ourense occasionally accompanied by a storm, with cloudiness and rainfall spreading to the rest of the region during the morning.

The minimum temperatures, Meteogalicia predicts, will fall slightly, while the maximum will not experience significant changes.

The wind will blow moderately from the southern component, with strong intervals in the morning on the Atlantic coast.

Minimum and maximum temperatures expected

A Coruña 14º 18º

Ferrol 13º 17º

Lugo 6º 17º

Ourense 8º 19º

Pontevedra 13º 20º

Santiago 11º 16º

Vigo 13º 20º