Mundo Celta por José Antonio Sierra

Business over Tapas September 7 2017 Nº 223

07 Septiembre 2017 279 votos

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We are careful not to say – rather, to write – the wrong thing. Oh, someone on Facebook will set up a hue and cry because we didn’t ‘like’ the doggy picture, or we failed to support some post about alternative medicine or tattoos. We could be ostracised – which in Facebook terms means we are ‘unfollowed’. It’s a bit like being ‘Sent to Coventry’.

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Following on from the recent terror attack, Barcelona was host on Saturday to 500,000 people who had come to show their feelings against terrorism; the King of Spain and Mariano Rajoy were among them. But, anything to do with Catalonia means politics, and there are items aplenty to suit every position.

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The horrid events in Barcelona last week appear to have reached their conclusion, with the shooting of the homicidal van driver by the Catalonian police, the Mossos d'Esquadra. There is some political and social fallout still to come, no doubt (including a squabble over who should be present in the solemn ‘no tinc por – we aren’t afraid’ Barcelona march on Saturday), but the greatest effect on all of this may be on tourism.

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The British government is to trigger the infamous Article 50 on Wednesday 29th of this month. This is the mechanism to begin the UK’s departure from the EU. It should apparently take two years to achieve. Maybe.

Irelanda and Spain: Literary links

17 Agosto 2017 294 votos

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IT IS a commonplace that the Irish-Spanish connections is venerable and persistent, although one suspects that it barely surfaces in the consciousness of the Irish tourists who for the last quarter-century have been descending on the Costa Brava and the Costa del Sol.  In this century alone the literature links are of surprising profusion and I propose for a month or two to consider some of them.

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Following on from last week’s editorial on ‘turismofobia’, we look at the difference between short term tourism and long term residence. Where the average tourist is in Spain for five days, where his holiday spend is largely retained by his tour-operator in his country of origin and where his loyalty towards Spain is low. By contrast, we who live in Spain as foreigners know full well that we are here for the long term, that we are more valuable to the economy and, as well, far more loyal to our locality than the tourists.

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Tourism brings untold wealth and a huge number of jobs to Spain – yet there are now some voices raised against this summer onslaught.

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Two weeks holiday in Portugal has made a pleasurable break from Paradise. Spain is a wonderful place to live, but a short time away can help put things in better perspective.

2017 Dublin Horse Show Launched

02 Agosto 2017 352 votos

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Ticket Sales, Competitor Entries and Corporate Hospitality all bode well for 2017 Show

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FIDDLER’S GREEN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

 

 

Sunday 23rd – Sunday 30th July 2017

 

 

 

“Putting the Fiddler into Fiddler’s Green”

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O Festival de Gannat leva 44 edicións traballando no campo das culturas tradicionais.  Convencidos da importancia do papel da cultura na comprensión entre os pobos, sempre envolto en accións que crean pontes entre o patrimonio cultural mundial, a fin de reforzar o diálogo intercultural factor de apertura construtiva e loita contra a discriminación. Este festival ten lugar na segunda metade de xullo en Gannat abríndose ao mundo: 15 grupos, 450 artistas de 5 continentes, 500 voluntarios e preto de 65.000 visitantes, unha alquimia que fai de Gannat lugar único de encontros e intercambios entre os pobos. Este Festival está clasificado entre os catro eventos máis importantes da rexión de Auvernia Ródano-Alpes e conta co mecenazgo da comisión nacional de Francia para a UNESCO.

 

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We are often guilty of putting ourselves in the imaginary position of the dogs and the cats here, or even the bulls. So many pious remarks about how they are mistreated, or tied up, or end up facing a matador in his suit of lights. It’s a rare community that doesn’t have an animal protection society staffed by volunteers and we even have an animalist political party, the PACMA, which currently enjoys the support of around 300,000 voters. Animals are without a voice and perhaps they need more protection, and a champion to defend them. Especially those poor superannuated hunting greyhounds.

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