Several players have been called and dropped during the sessions and the Cranes who won the regional tournament at home, will name a strong squad next week.Sledejovic has cautioned all players to keep working hard because as he embarks on the defence of the crown.However, he is not decided on whether to include players plying their trade outside the local league having in mind that only domestic boys will represent the country in the CHAN competitions next year in South Africa.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, November 12- Defending champions Uganda Cranes are set to start residential training at Namboole Stadium on Wednesday ahead of their friendly against Rwanda at the same venue on Saturday.Cranes coach, Micho Sledejovic, has had a several training sessions during the past weekends with all the Super League Players at Lugogo KCC FC Ground as a build up for the Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup later this month in Nairobi.
Friday, August 26, 2016 Share << Previous PostNext Post >> TORONTO — Cathy Fertser of Twin Travel in British Columbia has been named the winner of the Visit Myrtle Beach tic tac toe contest that ran on Travelweek.ca earlier this year. Fertser has won two return airline tickets from Toronto to Myrtle Beach and a four-night stay for two at the Hampton Inn & Suites Oceanfront Resort Myrtle Beach, courtesy of sponsors WestJet and WestJet Vacations. She has also won admission tickets for two to Ripley’s Aquarium, the Sky Wheel and Brookgreen Gardens, theatre tickets for two to the Legends in Concert and The Carolina Opry live entertainment shows, and dinner for two at Tupelo Honey Café.Travelweek would like to thank Visit Myrtle Beach and all the sponsors of the contest. For more information about Myrtle Beach, go to visitmyrtlebeach.com. For more travel agent contests, go to travelweek.ca/contests. Posted by Travelweek Group Tags: Contests, Myrtle Beach Travelweek’s Myrtle Beach contest winner announced
Tags: Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Hawaii Posted by Tuesday, October 25, 2016 The Fairmont Kea Lani has much to boast about, after earning the distinction of ‘2015 Hotel of the Year’ for the Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Americas region. The all-suite and villa luxury resort was recognized by the brand for achieving best overall operating performance along with outstanding guest satisfaction.Each year Fairmont Hotels & Resorts selects the winner of the Hotel of the Year distinction by combining guest experiences scores with financial performance. Fairmont Kea Lani earned its first place title with exceptional performance scores in each category. The Maui resort was also recognized for launching a guest problem resolution initiative aimed at empowering colleagues to minimize the steps involved in resolving guest issues. This initiative was subsequently adopted by all hotels as a best practice.“We are extremely proud to earn the distinguished recognition of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts 2015 Hotel of the Year,” said Charles Head, general manager, Fairmont Kea Lani on Maui. “It is rewarding to see the resort meet success in each of our brand pillars following the completion of our $70 million renovation and considerable investments in the areas of sustainability and guest experience. Our colleagues are passionate about providing the highest level of service as well as sharing the traditions and culture of Hawaii with our guests.”Guest can discover the essence of Maui at Fairmont Kea Lani, Hawaii’s only all-suite and villa luxury resort. Nestled on the pristine white sands of Wailea’s Polo Beach, this award-winning oceanfront resort features an island inspired spa, culinary and cultural experiences. For more information, visit Fairmont.com/KeaLani. Travelweek Group Share Fairmont Kea Lani earns Hotel of the Year distinction << Previous PostNext Post >>
The importance of travel insurance highlighted after Vegas attack leaves costly wake for uninsured Canadian victims Share Tags: Insurance By: Ian BickisSource: The Canadian Press CALGARY — Hudson Mack says he doesn’t know the cost of his Victoria-based son’s intensive medical care after being shot Sunday at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas, only that he’s sure it’s already “catastrophic.”Like many who make a short trip to the United States, his 21-year-old son Sheldon didn’t buy travel health insurance before crossing the border and is now facing the potential of a staggering medical bill after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history left him with gunshot wounds that required major surgery.“It’s a lesson to Canadians to not cross the border without coverage,” said Mack.Thanks to a patchwork of funds for victims of violent crime, however, Mack says at least they might not have to worry about the hospital bills, on top of the emotional toll the family is facing.“Emotionally, it’s been hellish,” Mack said. “We didn’t know what we were going to find when we got down here. So this has been terrible for Sheldon, a horrible thing for him, and a very difficult thing for us.”He said he’s been told Nevada has a fund for victims of violent crime who don’t have insurance, while the FBI’s mass casualty unit may help him get Sheldon home, which he’s hoping will happen as soon as this weekend.The Canadian consulate is also helping, with the potential to tap into a government program that provides financial assistance for Canadians victimized abroad, though the program is capped at $10,000 and doesn’t cover lost wages.More news: Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at seaFriends have also set up an online crowdfunding page at GoFundMe to help with Sheldon’s recovery, as have friends of several other Canadians injured in the attack.Mack said he’s not sure he would have set up the account on his own, but that it’s good to see people want to help.“There’ll be a need for that money down the road because there’s going to be counselling and ongoing emotional support that Sheldon and the others are going to need after this.”Money is also being raised online for Ryan Sarrazin of Camrose, Alta., who, according to a GoFundMe page started by Tamara Johnson, was “seriously injured” after being shot at the concert.“This fund is to assist medical and travel expenses for Ryan and his family,” she said on the funding page, which has already surpassed the original goal of $50,000 and is nearing the $75,000 mark.In a statement posted on the page, Sarrazin’s family thanked those who have supported them, while asking for privacy going forward.“The Sarrazin and Moore families would like to extend our sincere gratitude and deep appreciation for all the contributions to the GoFundMe page as well as all the prayers and well wishes we have received.”More news: Honolulu authorities investigate arsons at 3 Waikiki hotels; no injuries reportedBraden Matejka from Lake Country, B.C., has also started a GoFundMe campaign with a goal of $25,000, saying on the page that the money will help cover his required time off work and other recovery costs after being shot in the back of the head.Victims may also find help from a general GoFundMe campaign started by Las Vegas’s county, which has already raised more than US$9 million, though it does not specify how much, if any, will go to Canadians.Canadian travel health insurance policies generally have at least a million dollars of coverage, said Will McAleer, president of Canada’s Travel Health Insurance Association.Once contacted, insurance companies will contact next of kin, coordinate with doctors and hospitals and manage care and flights home, so it’s important to have insurance, and your insurance card ready.However, Canadians shouldn’t expect much support from their provincial coverage, where the daily coverage ranges from between $50 and $400 depending on the province, McAleer added.“The amounts that you’d be paid for under a provincial medical plan are certainly insignificant, they’re almost non-existent.”He said intensive medical care for an emergency such as a critical gunshot wound can cost upwards of $10,000 an hour as teams of specialists go into action.“For significant emergencies, it’s not even a fraction of the coverage.” << Previous PostNext Post >> Friday, October 6, 2017
Tags: Disney, Theme Parks & Attractions Share << Previous PostNext Post >> Thursday, March 15, 2018 Travelweek Group Posted by Disney World to start charging parking fees for resort guests ORLANDO — Walt Disney World hotel guests will soon be charged a fee to park their cars overnight.The fee, which has been confirmed by Walt Disney World, starts with reservations made after March 21. According to the company, “standard overnight self-parking is available to registered guests for a fee that will be applied to their hotel folio upon checkout.”The new standard parking fees (which include tax) are as follows:Disney Value Resorts: US$13 per nightDisney Moderate Resorts: $19 per nightDisney Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts: $24 per nightDisney Deluxe Resorts Valet Parking: $33 per nightThere are a few who will be exempt from the fees: Disney Vacation Club Members, guests at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, guests dining or just visiting the resorts for the day, Disney cast members, as well as guests with disabilities.Guests who make a resort reservation before March 21 will not be charged for overnight parking.More news: TRAVELSAVERS welcomes Julie Virgilio to the teamFree parking will still be available to Disney hotel guests at Walt Disney World theme parks.
<< Previous PostNext Post >> 毎日死刑囚のラストミール（最後の晩餐）を食べている。今日はジェームスポールジェニーガンの。強盗殺人の罪で薬物注射の刑。盗みに入った家の住人がそのタイミングで帰ってきてしまい、突発的に殺害して有罪。死刑にあたり自分の死体を献体する。1800の部位に切り分けられたにんげんレストラン pic.twitter.com/g1JvjyqvpC— 手塚マキ (@smappatekka) October 17, 2018 Thursday, November 1, 2018 Posted by Tags: Creepy, Japan Japanese restaurant served the last meals of death row inmates TOKYO — What do you feel like for dinner? Morbid, with a side of Disturbing perhaps?The Ningen Restaurant in Tokyo raised a few eyebrows this month when it launched a pop-up dining experience during which guests ordered dishes inspired by the last meals of Death Row inmates in the U.S.During the two weeks it was open (it closed on Oct. 28 leading up to Halloween), the pop-up offered meals that included broccoli, asparagus, strawberries, tomatoes and hot tea (the last meal of the Florida ‘Black Widow’ in 1998), and a hamburger, baked potato, hard-boiled egg and three shots of Jack Daniels, which were enjoyed by murderer Gary Mark Gilmore prior to his execution.The morbid concept was the brainchild of art collective Chim↑Pom, and also included a gallery of artwork by Yasuyuki Nishio and Mermann Nitsch.And if the idea of eating criminals’ last meals wasn’t spooky enough, Ningen Restaurant (which also means The ‘Human’ Restaurant) was also housed in the Kabukicho Book Center, a squalid place scheduled for demolition this fall.More news: Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at seaWith such disturbing details, we bet diners rushed through their meals. Check, please!甘い香りが漂う店内で、巨大なチョコレートの塊を舐め続ける女のコを見ながら、ハンバーガーにかぶりつき、バーボンを嗜んできました。#にんげんレストラン pic.twitter.com/CHzYxA6Zk4— sequi@ya (@se_qui_ay) October 22, 2018 Travelweek Group 「1人で行きづらい店に同行してほしい」という依頼で「にんげんレストラン」へ。1人で行きづらさ溢れる店構え。写真2枚目はお通しのサプリメント。3枚目は店内にいた「おにぎりを解体する人」4枚目はジョン・ゲイシーという死刑囚（ITのモデル）が最後に食べた料理です。28日で閉店するのでお早めに pic.twitter.com/KXe9Y89XPQ— レンタルなんもしない人 (@morimotoshoji) October 25, 2018 Share