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Albanian (Albania) - Te dua
Arabic (Arab) - Ana behibak (to male)
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Armenian (Armenia) - Yes kez sirumem


Bambara (Afrika Barat) - M'bi fe
Bengali (India) - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)
Belarusian (Azerbaijan) - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya (Borneo) - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgaria - Obicham te
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Catalan (Catalonia, Valencia) - T'estimo
Cherokee (Carolina Utara) - Tsi ge yu i
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Chichewa (Singapura) - Ndimakukonda
Chinese (Kanton) - Ngo oiy ney a
Chinese (Mandarin) - Wo ai ni
Comanche (Mexico) - U kamakutu nu (pronounced oo----ka-ma-koo-too-----nu)
Corsican (Pulau Corsica di Laut Mediterania)- Ti tengu caru (to male)
Cree (Canada utara) - Kisakihitin
Creole (Lousiana) - Mi aime jou
Croatian (Kroasia) - Volim te
Czech (Chechnya) - Miluji te
Danish (Denmark) - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch (Belanda) - Ik hou van jou
Elvish (Stockholm) - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Esperanto (Amerika selatan) - Mi amas vin
Estonian (Estonia) - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian (Ethiopia) - Afgreki'
Faroese (Pulau Faroese) - Eg elski teg
Farsi (Persia) - Doset daram
Filipino (Filipina) - Mahal kita
Finnish (Finlandia) - Mina rakastan sinua
French (Perancis) - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Frisian (Skandinavia) - Ik hald fan dy
Gaelic (Skotlandia) - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian (Georgia) - Mikvarhar
German (Jerman) - Ich liebe dich
Greek (Yunani) - S'agapo
Gujarati (Gujarat) - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon (Pulau Panay Timur, Filipina) - Palangga ko ikaw, Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hawaiian (Hawaii) - Aloha Au Ia`oe
Hebrew (Eropa timur)
To female - "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female)
To male - "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)
Hindi (India) - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong (group di China) - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi (Arizona) - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian (Hungaria) - Szeretlek
Icelandic (Jerman utara) - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo (Pulau Pannay) - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian (Indonesia) - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit (Eskimo) - Negligevapse
Irish (Irlandia) - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian (Italia) - Ti amo
Japanese (Jepang) - Aishiteru or Anata ga daisuki desu
Kannada (Canada) - Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan (Kota Capampangan, Filipina) - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili (Swahili) - Nakupenda
Konkani (kota Goa, India) - Tu magel moga cho
Korean (Korea) - Sarang Heyo or Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida
Latin - Te amo
Latvian (Latvia) - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese (Lebanon) - Bahibak
Lithuanian (Lithuania) - Tave myliu
Luxembourgeois (Luxemburg) - Ech hun dech gaer
Macedonian (Makedonia) - Te Sakam
Malay (Malaysia) - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam (India selatan) - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Maltese (Malta) - Inhobbok
Marathi (India Barat) - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk(Ontario) - Kanbhik
Moroccan (Maroko) - Ana moajaba bik


          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
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The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Europe Extravaganza      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear friendsWell here we go again. In exactly six months from right this minute Noel and I will be on board the Norwegian Pearl in Venice harbour waiting to sail for our 11 night cruise to Croatia Montenegro Greece Greek Islands and Italy. Our crui
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The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Focus on Bayern Munich ahead of return leg against Liverpool      Cache   Translate Page      
Liverpool face Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 encounter with the tie goalless from their meeting at Anfield.Here, Press Association Sport looks at the Bundesliga champions.FormFantastic game @FCBayern Lets do it just like this on Wednesday #fr7 #miasanmia #INSHAALLAH pic.twitter.com/pXknNjrakr Franck Ribry (@FranckRibery) March 9, 2019Since the turn of the year Bayern have won eight games, drawn one at Anfield and lost just one. Saturdays 6-0 win over seventh-placed Wolfsburg was Bayerns biggest win since beating Borussia Dortmund by the same scoreline almost a year ago. They have scored 11 goals and conceded just one in their last two league games, allowing them to move ahead of Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga on goal difference. They have lost just once at home in all competitions this season, winning 10 and drawing four.European history#UCL mood #MiaSanMia #FCBLFC pic.twitter.com/Pvg2lf8f66 FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) March 11, 2019The five-time European champions have won their last four home matches against Premier League opposition and their last five two-legged ties against English teams, while they have not lost at this stage of the competition since an away-goals defeat at the hands of Inter Milan in 2010-11. Bayern have won all but two of the 23 European ties in which they drew the first leg away from home. One of the two exceptions, though, came against Liverpool in 1981 the only tie Bayern have lost when the first game finished goalless.Key playersAnother brace that puts him first place in the top scorers' race means @lewy_official pulls away and is here to stay as our Man of the Matchday! pic.twitter.com/qV6UbTZJpz Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) March 12, 2019Striker Robert Lewandowski has scored 29 goals in 34 club appearances this season, along the way setting a new Bundesliga record of 196 goals by a foreign player. He has scored four in his last two matches after three in his previous 10. Arjen Robben returned to training last week having not played since November because of a thigh problem. France international Kingsley Coman trained this week after missing the last two matches with a hamstring injury.ManagerNiko Kovac, centre, addresses his squad (Nick Potts/PA)Nico Kovac has seemingly been under pressure for most of the season, although the clubs return to the top of the Bundesliga this weekend may have lifted some of the scrutiny. The former Croatia international began coaching after retirement as a player and after spells with Salzburg and Croatias youth teams, he became senior national team boss in October 2013, guiding them to the 2014 World Cup via the play-offs. Sacked in September 2015, he got a second chance in club football at Eintracht Frankfurt the following March. After guiding the club to eighth in the Bundesliga and winning their first trophy since 1988, the German Cup, he was appointed Bayern manager at the end of last season.(function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){ (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) })(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga'); ga('create', 'UA-72310761-1', 'auto', {'name': 'pacontentapi'}); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'referrer', location.origin); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension1', 'By Carl Markham, Press Association Sport, Munich'); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension2', '5cf2d23f-4e45-4c6e-8291-46650da207f7'); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension3', 'paservice:sport,paservice:sport:club-news,paservice:sport:football'); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension6', 'story'); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension7', 'composite'); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension8', null); ga('pacontentapi.set', 'dimension9', 'sport:football'); ga('pacontentapi.send', 'pageview', { 'location': location.href, 'page': (location.pathname + location.search + location.hash), 'title': 'Focus on Bayern Munich ahead of return leg against Liverpool'});
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          Media will not pick a side before elections, but they will try to levy topics      Cache   Translate Page      

The leading Croatian media will not express their support to certain political options before the upcoming parliamentary elections, but some of them will not hide their stand, which will show their political preferences.

Even though choosing sides before elections is not a provocative question, because it is very common in the West, Tportal’s Editor in Chief Đurđica Klancir stated that they will report all subjects independently, a decision that was supported at the editorial staff meeting by the Chairman of the Board of Croatian Telecom, Davor Tomašković.


          Should I Say Or Should I Go? The Opinions Differ      Cache   Translate Page      

The sequel to last year’s panel on the same subject has brought an even more dynamic discussion in which the opposing sides were quite clear from the very start. Predrag Grubić, Corporate Communications Director at Adris Grupa, together with Korado Korlević, a Professor of Polytechnics, has been firm on his stand that the government is to blame for young people leaving Croatia, and that this problem cannot be solved without a change of conscience and the political elite.


          (Hrvatski) Budite znatiželjni i specijalizirajte se      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Напредва проектът за хърватски LNG терминал      Cache   Translate Page      
Той ще бъде на остров Крък. Окончателното инвестиционно решение за изграждането на проекта бе прието възоснова на резултатите от задължителната процедура за открит сезон, се казва в изявление на LNG Croatia.
          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Predstavljen novi krovni komunikacijski koncept hrvatskog turizma      Cache   Translate Page      

Direktor Hrvatske turističke zajednice Ratomir Ivičić predstavio je na panelu „Mediteran kakav (ne) bi trebao biti“ novi krovni komunikacijski koncept hrvatskog turizma. Više stotina posjetitelja u dvorani Vikend moglo je vidjeti prve vizuale nove kampanje, kao i film kojim je objašnjeno kako se došlo do novog koncepta izraženog sloganom „Croatia, Full of Life“.


          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Aska – Halo, halo      Cache   Translate Page      
Yugoslavia > Song Information Music: Aleksandar Ilić Lyrics: Miro Zec Conductor: Zvonimir Skerl Eurovision Song Contest 1982 Position: 14th Points: 21pts Other versions Serbo-Croatian English \n Serbo-Croatian Jedna, dovoljna je jedna reč Sreća, vratiće ti oku sjaj Oh… oh… glavu gore i ne misli na kraj Jedna, dovoljna je jedna reč (Šubidua) Sve bi opet […]
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          Kovacic free to join Chelsea in the summer      Cache   Translate Page      

Chelsea have been told they are free to sign Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic on a permanent basis in the summer. The midfielder arrived at Stamford Bridge on a season-long loan deal in the summer after struggling to earn enough regular first-team football with Los Blancos. The Croatian has got more game time with the … Continued

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          Animafest Zagreb Reveals Int’l, Croatian & Student Short Selections      Cache   Translate Page      
After sorting through more than 1,800 film submissions from 86 countries around the globe, the World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb has announced the official selections for the Grand Competition – Short Films, Croatian Film Competition and Student Film Competition. This year’s festival is taking place June 3-8. GRAND COMPETITION – SHORT FILM […]
          The US Open mixed doubles table to sign Xu 璠 partner Kui Lei played what-cad2012序列号和密钥      Cache   Translate Page      
The US Open Mixed Doubles Draw: Xu Fan partner Kui Lei what played in the 2016 us open mixed doubles table to sign the first round of the second round of the third round of the 14 semi-finals finals (1) Mirza (India) Dotig (Croatia) Tang Ende (USA) plug Donald young (United States) Kelaiji Kurkovva (Czech) […]
          SUTIVAN - Kuća - 1,200,000 EUR (Prodavatelj: Von Poll Croatia)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
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          Rights group: EU complicit in violence against migrants      Cache   Translate Page      
A leading rights group has accused European Union states of complacency in the "systematic, unlawful and frequently violent pushbacks" by Croatian border guards of thousands of asylum-seekers to squalid and unsafe refugee camps in Bosnia.
          Amnesty: EU 'Complicit' In Croatian Police Violence, Abuse Against Migrants      Cache   Translate Page      
Amnesty has accused the European Union of being "complicit" in the “systematic, unlawful, and frequently violent pushbacks and collective expulsions” by Croatian police of thousands of asylum seekers to neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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Futuristic vision of bipedal law enforcement in Croatian police markings. The Wiesel 2 was cut and rest is scratch built around it, with Spz Marder cannon for light targets and some german cannon for water cannon.
          Rights group: EU complicit in violence against migrants      Cache   Translate Page      

BIHAC, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — A leading rights group has accused European Union states of complacency in the “systematic, unlawful and frequently violent pushbacks” by Croatian border guards of thousands of asylum-seekers to squalid and unsafe refugee camps in Bosnia. Amnesty International said in a report released Wednesday that “European governments are not just turning a ...

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          Shopping on your Croatia holiday      Cache   Translate Page      

Is there anything to buy in Croatia?: Croatia is not a shopping destination, however that doesn’t mean that there’s nothing to buy here.  There is a long tradition of handicraft here so one can buy original handmade craftwork such as lace, hand-painted ceramics or jewelry. What to Buy? Embroidery is a typical craft that is […]

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          Rights group: EU complicit in violence against migrants      Cache   Translate Page      

BIHAC, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — A leading rights group has accused European Union states of complacency in the “systematic, unlawful and frequently violent pushbacks” by Croatian border guards of thousands of asylum-seekers to squalid and unsafe refugee camps in Bosnia. Amnesty International said in a report released Wednesday that “European governments are not just turning a […]
          Liverpool’s visit is career highlight for Bayern boss Kovac      Cache   Translate Page      
The former Croatia international is excited to face the Reds.
          Secretary's Remarks: Keynote Address at CERAWeek      Cache   Translate Page      
Remarks
Michael R. Pompeo
Secretary of State
Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel
Houston, Texas
March 12, 2019


SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all for joining me. I see you standing in the back. It’s like church, there’s empty pews in the front if you want to come up and grab a seat. I do think – is there anyone from the Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association here? I’m pretty sure I’m the only former member to ever serve as Secretary of State, so you should put that right on the front of your web page. I think that’s legal.

Good evening, everyone, and thanks to you all for being here. I heard CERAWeek has been just spectacular. It’s quite a crowd. I’ve seen many of you here. I’ve had the chance to get to know many of you as well. People call Washington “the swamp,” and they call Houston “the bayou.” Now, I will tell you that they’re both the same in August in a suit and a tie, but there is – there’s one really big difference. One of the two works desperately to seek rents from its citizens, and the other works desperately to create wealth for the people who live there. I will leave to you which is which, but suffice to say, I’m glad to be in Houston.

It’s great to join so many foreign dignitaries and business leaders as well that operate all around the world. I’ll certainly spend a great deal of time tonight focused on the United States and the things I’m doing as America’s most senior diplomat, but it’s wonderful to see folks from all around the world who are involved in this important endeavor. Dan, thanks for your kind remarks. I’ve read Dan’s work for an awfully long time. You all are familiar with The Prize, but your ideas have informed me more broadly than that, more than just about energy. I’ll talk about The Commanding Heights. That’s a book that was written now 20-odd years ago, which I read in hardback. I paid full price, Dan.

MR YERGIN: Thank you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: But I think it’s important for what it is that I’m doing as Secretary of State. As Dan said, I spent a fair amount of time in the oil and gas industry. I ran a small company; it was called Sentry International. We made and sold mud pumps and swivels and hook blocks and downhole equipment, and we distributed sucker rod, so I know the industry well, the whole nine yards in oil and gas. I spent a lot of time in Midland, Odessa, Longview, and all kinds of – Oklahoma and Canada. Is there anybody from Lufkin here tonight? So my partners and I swore that we would listen to the quarterly conference call for Lufkin every quarter until they mentioned Sentry as destroying their business. We were small enough it never happened, but we continued to live in hope that we could compete and grow and prosper in the way that so many of you have.

My time as Secretary of State isn’t that far from – removed from what I did running that small company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas. The reason why is something you know; it’s obvious for all of you in the audience. Because we are now in the new age of discovery that history will remember as society changing in scale, and global changing. Instead of sailing off to new lands the way it was done old-school by Columbus and Magellan, we’re making discoveries right here in the United States of America right under our feet. And you all know that here in America we have the free enterprise system to thank for this modern-day miracle. And I want to talk about why that matters. Things like horizontal drilling and fracturing, the Shale Revolution, the oil derricks that dot the landscape all throughout the Permian Basin matters. New drilling technology and greater energy output are transforming American life and lives all around the world in the same way that the changes did when Spindletop first took place back in 1901. It was a game-changer, and what this industry is doing today is game-changing as well.

I travel the world some, and when I do and meet with my foreign minister counterparts or presidents or prime ministers, they’ll ask me how did America come to do this. How did you literally blow out American energy production to go from a place of scarcity to a place of massive exports. And I tell them that they should simply look at places like Midland, Texas, people that are willing to work their tails off, often without a college education, earn six-figure salaries and they run businesses themselves that have ‘Now Hiring’ signs hanging on their front doorstep. Look at places, too, like Kaktovik, Alaska, the polar bear capital of the United States of America. Their small native community is now working diligently to tap into the resources that they have under their feet. And you see this – you see this in towns like Wichita, Kansas, all across America, that the economic struggles, the lack of jobs that took place for a decade no longer have to be. We can continue to be the engine – and the energy – and as we can continue to be the engine that succeeds in building out the United States of America.

Now, recent history should remind us all that we’re not just producing energy for Americans. It’s never truly been the case, but less so now than ever before. Today, you all know we’re exporting crude oil at levels that were previously unimaginable. It took two partners to achieve that. It took our shale producers and risk-takers, and it took Congress lifting the oil export ban in 2015, which I voted for. You should all see me as I walk out and say thanks. (Laughter and applause.)

In August of last year, the United States surpassed Russia as the world’s top producer. When it comes to global supply, U.S. oil production rose at the fastest pace in history, the largest one-year increase in oil production that the world has ever seen. That’s awesome and it’s important.

After all, only about a decade ago, we did live in a world where we imported 60 percent of our oil, and now we’ve shrugged off that oak of energy dependence, not just thanks to oil, but we’re doing the same in natural gas today as well, and I know there’s more and even a brighter future there. We shouldn’t forget, too, about the incredible growth in renewable energy. I’m confident that the American system – leaving the commanding heights in the hands of private risk-takers – will allow that industry to continue to grow and export as well.

I had the chance to meet with Secretary Kissinger about two months ago, and I was asking about a handful of things, and he, 45 years ago, brought foreign ministers to his office to figure out how the world was going to deal with energy scarcity. A couple weeks back, I brought Dan into my office to talk about how the heck we were going to make sure we could get it from the American interior to the coast so that we could deliver this to foreign partners who are demanding this.

And there, I want to turn to the real focus, the main topic, what our newfound energy abundance means for American foreign policy, what you all can help me and President Trump deliver to the world.

It’s really – it’s very simple: Our plentiful oil supplies allow us to help our friends secure diversity for their energy resources. We don’t want our European allies hooked on Russian gas through the NordStream II project any more than we ourselves want to depend on Venezuela for our oil supplies.

This need, this desperate need for diversification is why we exported more crude oil last year to countries all across the globe. Places as diverse as India, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, Italy, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates. The list is long. It’s why, shortly before the United States made its first LNG shipment to Europe, it made it to a place that people don’t think about, the country of Portugal that now has access to American energy resources.

You should all know – and I hope you have seen this. I’ve been doing this now all of 11 months, so I’ve got it all figured out. I hope you all have seen that my team at the State Department is working hard to expand these relationships. Last April, we formalized a commitment to bolster Vietnam’s energy security. In October, the State Department hosted its first dialogue with Australia on energy security. And these operations, these opportunities will just be the beginning.

But truth is, here’s my point: We’re not just exporting American energy, we’re exporting our commercial value system to our friends and to our partners. The more we can spread the United States model of free enterprise, of the rule of law, of diversity and stability, of transparency and transactions, the more successful the United States will be and the more successful and secure the American people will be.

Our model matters now, frankly, more than ever in an era of great power rivalry and competition where some nations are using their energy for malign ends, and not to promote prosperity in the way we do here in the West. They don’t have the values of freedom and liberty, of the rule of law that we do, and they’re using their energy to destroy ours.

Take China, just for starters. China’s illegal island-building in international waterways isn’t simply a security matter.

By blocking development in the South China Sea through coercive means, China prevents ASEAN members from accessing more than $2.5 trillion in recoverable energy reserves. To contrast, the United States Government promotes energy security for those Southeast Asian nations. We want countries in the region to have access to their own energy. We want to help them. We want to create partnerships. We want transparent transactions, not debt traps. We explore responsibly.

China doesn’t play by that same set of rules. Its values are simply different. You see that in places as diverse as Africa, where they often ship in their own labor, creating jobs for Chinese workers rather than for those in the local economy. It’s using the debt trap which I referred to just a moment ago to put these countries in a place where it isn’t a commercial transaction, it’s a political transaction designed to bring harm and political influence in the country in which they’re operating.

Many of you may not know this: China’s largest creditor today – excuse me, Latin America’s largest creditor today is China.

And we all know the story in Russia. It invaded Ukraine to gain access to oil and gas reserves. It in turn deprived Ukraine of the possibility of developing those resources for itself and using its pipelines and its networks to bring energy to its own people. Rather, it uses those pipelines to put pressure – political pressure – on the people of Ukraine.

The story isn’t too terribly different in Syria. Assad covets the oil fields to the east of the Euphrates River in the eastern part of the country. He wants those resources, he wants those wealth to continue to impoverish the people of Syria, and use those resources for himself and the cronies who are around him.

Perhaps there’s no clearer example than in Iran. Iran uses its energy exports to exert undue influence all across the Middle East, most particularly today on Iraq. While the United States is working to develop an independent, sovereign Iraq, Iran is using its energy to create a vassal state. We have worked hard over the past months to reduce the flow of Iranian crude oil around the world, to convince the Iranian leadership to protect its citizens and deliver to its citizens what it is they’re asking for, and to reduce the risk of terror and instability throughout the Middle East.

There could not be more of a contrast about how America uses its energy resources than how the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran use their.

And finally, as we see in the headlines today, Cuba props up Venezuela’s Maduro regime. That’s because Venezuela ships 50,000-some-odd barrels of oil today at a subsidized price to Cuba, providing roughly 30 percent of its overall energy needs.

You all, the wealth that you’re creating here in the United States, can change that. Look, this is the world we live in. The good news is that we know how our model is superior. And as Daniel Yergin wrote in that book back in 1998, it is markets, not governments, that have proven more adept from the commanding heights. But our way of life, our business model, and our future aren’t things that we can take for granted. There is no certainty that this model will continue.

The Trump administration is working strongly, based on its firmly held conviction that we must further America’s interests by widening the tools we have available to our diplomats, especially the tool of American energy abundance. You all know this: It’s a complex, interconnected world. You have partnerships with companies all across the globe, and the United States has to compete. We have to create energy security for those all around the world. And we can do this. We can do this by partnership, by American diplomats working to ensure that markets are open for American businesses all around the world.

There are three ways. First, we can do this through facilitating investment. We do that by creating the engine for capital formation here in the United States. Foreign firms have invested more than 100 billion in the U.S. shale sector just since 2008. Twenty percent of these investments were joint investments between foreign companies and American companies. We can continue to promote that.

You won’t see this in many other places, but there are places. In Southeast Asia, the United States is the single largest source of cumulative foreign investment. And the State Department has played an important role in helping investors make good decisions and getting access. An example is our program about the Indo-Pacific being open. We call it the Asia Edge Initiative. It helps Indo-Pacific partners import, produce, and deploy their own energy resources.

The second way, other than investment, is we can promote energy security by encouraging countries to partner with the United States all around the world. And I’ve seen this at work. We’re reminding them that we’re simply better to do business with than Russia, China, or Iran. Our deals come with no hidden strings attached, our contracts are clear, our motives unambiguous.

On recent trips, my State Department colleagues and I have been touting the high standards of transparency, responsible financing, and adherence to the rule of law that American companies bring along with them. It’s what you all are known for, what American businesses are known for.

I’ll give you a good example. I was in Warsaw now – oh, goodness, it must have been three or four weeks ago. I was with Foreign Minister Czaputowicz. He and I were discussing how we can diversify the Polish energy supply, not only with energy but with routes and with the types of fuels that we can deliver to them. We’re making progress. We’re accomplishing parts of that mission. We’re doing it with the help of countries[1] like Sempra Energy, like Cheniere and Venture Global LNG. They’re helping destroy the Russian monopoly on Polish energy.

And although it’s certainly the case that our firms will benefit financially, this isn’t just about dollars and cents for American companies. It’s about America’s national security. It’s about Russian influence peddling and the need to stop it. We must bring this to an end, and you all can be an important part of that.

It was Winston Churchill who once said when it comes to energy security, quote, “safety and certainty … lie in variety and in variety alone.”

That may not be quite true, but it’s certainly an important thing for each of us to think about and American diplomats to help you deliver on. We commend countries like Croatia for what they’re doing with the LNG terminal on Krk Island, as well as Lithuania for taking similar steps to diversify and acquire energy away from the Russian footprint.

That brings me to the third and final way that the State Department can help achieve this national security through energy abundance. We’re pushing bad actors – those who use their energy towards malign ends – off the target.

I talked about Iran. You know its role in global energy markets. We know that role is diminishing. Its exports have tanked due to our pressure campaign, and we have every intention of driving Iranian oil exports to zero just as quickly as we can.

We’ll continue with sanctions until Iran behaves in the way normal nations do, without threatening assassination campaigns in Europe, conducting terror campaigns throughout Syria and Iraq, without underwriting Hizballah. These are the ways that energy can keep Americans, Europeans, and Western countries all more secure.

And we’re committed to doing this. We’re committed to using all of the economic tools at our disposal in Venezuela, where our sanctions to date on Venezuela kicked in back in January. We are hoping and working towards a good outcome there.

We need to continue to build our energy security in the ways I’ve described. We need to roll up our sleeves and compete by facilitating investment all across the world and encouraging partners to buy from us and by punishing bad actors.

The State Department wants to work with each and every one in this room tonight, American companies and foreign companies alike. We want to achieve these goals because we think we have the model that will make not only America but the world more secure.

In the days ahead, you should know, America will continue to be asked to meet the world’s energy demand, especially in places like the Indo-Pacific. Our private partners are essential to that. The private sector will be absolutely instrumental. It certainly can’t be done if the commanding heights are handed to the government. But neither private enterprise nor the federal government can do it alone. We need each other. It is American producers, working in tandem with American diplomats, who can create this stability and prosperity all around the world.

As I close and prepare to take questions from Dan, I want to encourage the rest of the world to get on board with this project. Come follow America’s energy blueprint, which is to innovate, not subjugate; to contribute, not to coerce; to allow markets to command the heights.

At least for the rest of my lifetime, the world will need oil and gas and petrochemicals to produce gasoline, to produce jet fuel, fertilizers, and pharmaceuticals.

We should consider ourselves pretty darn lucky here in the United States. We’ve worked hard. But in the age of the new discovery, our shared ability to provide these things is now greater than at any other point of history, and we need to keep it that way. I know that you’ll work alongside, as you should know that America’s State Department will continue to work alongside you.

Thank you for being here. May God bless you and may God bless the United States of America. (Applause.)

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. That was great.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you.

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary (inaudible) heights. (Laughter.)

SECRETARY POMPEO: Available in the lobby.

MR YERGIN: Or online.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Or online, yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes. As – you described this massive growth in abundance, and I guess when you met Secretary Kissinger, your predecessor, he must’ve been a little envious of the position, given what --

SECRETARY POMPEO: Yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes.

SECRETARY POMPEO: I think so.

MR YERGIN: Yeah. So you’ve described the objectives. How is this abundance affecting the role of the State Department itself?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So this has always been – I mean, the State Department has 1,700-plus economic officers whose mission it is around the world – we’re in 180-plus embassies – whose mission is to ensure that American companies get a fair shake, a real opportunity. Our task now is to make sure we understand what it is you do, that we have the context for what it is you’re trying to achieve. These diplomats haven’t, for the most part, lived their life in the energy sector, so these are fields with which they may well not be familiar. But we’re determined, and President Trump and I have both made clear that one of our missions is to make sure that our team knows that, that our team is on the field, that we’re in every corner of the world working to make sure that American companies have access without tariffs, without non-tariff barriers, all the things that you see in the news. And you should, if you haven’t – if you operate in a country and you haven’t reached out to your embassy, America’s embassy, you must do that. If you’re in Washington, stop in, meet with Assistant Secretary Fannon and our team. We’re determined to work alongside to understand and be able to help you all deliver the energy security that I described in my remarks.

MR YERGIN: This evening you’ve mentioned, and in other important speeches, the Indo-Pacific concept. And how do you see the role of the U.S. position itself in terms of the overall growing competition in the region?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the challenge that’s presented to America and to the world by China is different than one that we’ve confronted before. Our National Security Strategy defines how we think about China in the Trump administration. There are many differences, but one of the most fundamental is we’ve never had another country of the scale of China, with the military of the scale of China’s, that has now expanded into space and property that they do not have a lawful claim to, but with which America has such a deep, intertwined economic and commercial set of relationships. It was often the case, as it is with certain countries today, that we don’t have those commercial relationships, so we move away and try and drive them out of the marketplace. China is more complicated and more difficult, but no less challenging to ensuring that America’s wealth creation engine is around 10 and 20 and 30 years from now.

In the Indo-Pacific proper, I don’t travel to any country in Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia where energy isn’t a topic. I will be honest; where – depending on where I am, they mention it either in public or in private. Many of them don’t have the capacity on their own to stand up to the coercive behavior of China, where China moves in and attempts to use its economic clout to influence and control their government. They all welcome companies from the United States. They welcome American capacity for the rule of law. They may not always say this, they may not always speak their mind publicly, but know that I have literally not met a single one of those countries or leaders from one of those countries that didn’t want a more American opportunity, more American resources, more American technology and innovation as part of the mix.

MR YERGIN: You spoke about the Middle East. And of course, the Middle East is always a central question, but your Middle East Strategic Alliance is a unique approach. How does energy fit into that and how do you see the Middle East Strategic Alliance working with the other organizations in the group, like the Gulf Cooperation Council?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the Middle East Strategic Alliance is still in its very formative stages. There’s still a lot of work to do. We have multiple pillars that we’re trying to build an alliance around – the Gulf states, Egypt, Jordan – to create a stability in the Middle East that has been something that the world has longed for for decades, you might argue centuries; for an awfully long time. A set of countries that are largely likeminded; we all know they have their challenges and their conflicts, they think about parts of their portfolio differently, but there’s an enormous amount of overlap as well.

And so one of the pillars is the economic pillar, where they’ll compete, right. They’ll sell their product, their gas from Qatar, the oil from Saudi Arabia. Wherever it may be, they’ll go compete. But there are lots of places where they can work together. And so if you combine economic understandings, diplomatic understandings, military understandings, each of these pillars, we think there’s a way to build an alliance that we have not seen there before. It’ll take us a bit, it won’t be straightforward, it’ll be bumpy. But we think there are a set of common threats that are different than at any time in recent history that provides an opportunity to get these folks to come together.

It will work alongside other institutions in the Gulf – OPEC, the GCC, all of these other institutions that exist and predate what we’re trying to do with MESA. We don’t think this drives them out, but we think it provides another forum, another place for these countries to work together, most importantly on pure national security issues.

MR YERGIN: Right, so this is something that will evolve over the next months or --

SECRETARY POMPEO: So we – fits and starts along the different pillars, but we do hope over the next several months we make a big step and get pieces of this reduced to paper, where countries can provide their input, respond, and we can be thoughtful about how to approach it so that perhaps by the end of the year, we’ve made substantial progress.

MR YERGIN: Well, you do bring unique perspective to energy questions having been in the industry, and at the same time now, where you sit in your responsibilities. And if you think broadly about the role of private sector, government working together, each of them contributing to energy security, prosperity, how do you see that balance?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Tell me what you’re thinking, Dan. What do you mean?

MR YERGIN: Well, the role of each, what do you expect from the private sector in terms of – and the nature of the cooperation.

SECRETARY POMPEO: So for those of you out there that need a lathe operator, I’m the first Secretary of State that can actually run a lathe, so if this whole diplomatic thing falls through, I’m ready to get back at it. The truth of the matter is the most stable places in the world are ones that have deep economic relationships with the United States of America. What – my expectation for you is that you will go out and try and crush it every day, and create wealth for your shareholders, great opportunities for your employees, that you’ll go build your business successfully not only here in the United States, but you’ll do it all across the world as well. Our task is here, domestically, not my portfolio, but to create a set of rules for capital formation, and a regulatory environment in which you can grow and prosper. And then my task is to make sure you’ve got every opportunity to go compete.

I – of all the challenges – I laid out half a dozen maybe there, Dan, in the remarks. I could have gone on to another half a dozen pretty readily. I don’t think anyone should ever bet against the United States of America. I am convinced that if diplomatically and through using the American force for good in the world, if we get you out there and get you a chance to compete, you’ll do fantastic, you’ll excel. I remind my team – and this is a bit of a discourse, but I think it’s – when I remind my team all the time, our presence matters. People not only see what we’re doing diplomatically, the things we’re asking of these countries to do, sometimes for themselves, sometimes for our mutual interests, but they watch how we behave. We treat each other with respect. We understand the rule of law. We have court systems that are functional and work. We work hard; we tell the truth. These fundamental things that happen when American companies show up, other countries see. And so whatever the value proposition that they’re evaluating, you should know that the fact that this traditional set of liberty, freedom, and a willingness to work hard matters in a lot of these places as well, and I think America will benefit from that a long time. And so if I were betting, I’d bet on us.

MR YERGIN: Right. Well, Mr. Secretary, your message is not only to the Americans in the audience but there are about 75 other countries here, and I think it’s an important message to both sets of people about the nature of the partnership and the division that you’ve outlined. So we thank you very much for coming to join us this evening and sharing this view of energy and U.S. foreign policy and what’s ahead. So thank you very much.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all very much. Thank you. (Applause.)


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          This map shows all the countries to ban the Boeing 737 Max 8, and where airlines have grounded their fleets, after Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • A growing number of countries are banning the Boeing 737 Max 8 from their airspaces and airlines are grounding their planes.
  • The model has been involved in two fatal crashes in five months, the most recent over Ethiopia.
  • The US has not banned the plane. Many other countries have.

This map shows all the countries that have banned the Boeing 737 Max 8, and where airlines have taken their own action.

The mass grounding comes after the plane model was involved in two fatal crashes within five months. The latest, over Ethiopia, killed 157 people on Sunday.

The countries shown above in red are those where government agencies have banned the plane from its airports, and, in some cases, from its airspace altogether.

Orange countries are those where at least one of its airlines has decided to ground the planes voluntarily.

Read more: Germany, the UK, China, and other countries have grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8 after its 2 deadly crashes — here's who's taken action so far

Many other countries around the world do not have any Boeing 737 Max 8 aircrafts in its fleets or that fly into the country, including Kenya, which had the largest number of victims in the Ethiopian Airlines crash.

Here are the red countries, which have enforced some kind of ban:

  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Kuwait
  • Bermuda
  • Malaysia
  • Mongolia
  • Oman
  • Egypt
  • Singapore
  • Mongolia 
  • South Korea 
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Vietnam
  • Australia
  • Fiji
  • New Zealand

And the European Union, which is made up of:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czechia
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

These countries have airlines that grounded the plane model:

  • Mexico - AeroMexico
  • Cayman Islands - Cayman Airways
  • Ethiopia -  Ethiopian Airlines
  • Norway - Norwegian Air
  • South Africa - Comair
  • Morocco - Royal Air Maroc
  • Russia - S7
  • Argentina - Aerolineas Argentinas
  • Iceland - Icelandair
  • Brazil - Gol
  • Canada - Sunwing

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Our Peugeot was fairly hootin along the German highway, the roads were the best we had seen and you gotta move quick to keep up with the other lunatics. Even when you're going 170km per hour the Audi's are doing high 200's and literally fly past you in a blink.

We weren't stopping for nothing, well maybe fuel, but our mission was clear. We were heading to my (Chris Beric) most anticipated location in the whole world for this year and in fact for my entire life. For my very time I was going to the place where it all started for the Beric family. Croatia and Bosnia, The Land of the Beric's!


My Grandfather (a.k.a Dida) was born in the country that is now known as Bosnia. He was the eldest of 11 Children and came to Australia some 50 years ago seeking to make a better life for his family. I am very grateful and proud for the sacrifices that he made. I am also glad that he chose Australia over his other option which was the USA. So I now have large amounts of family living in both Bosnia and Croatia. This is my Legendary Dida, apart from my father he is the best man I know:


 



Now I'm no Engineer or Historian, but just a bit of background info for you all, Croatia and Bosnia where both formerly known as Yugoslavia. It is my understanding that Croatia and Bosnia formed after the independence war between 1991 and 1995. This war was with the oppressive Serb controlled forces. Bonsia, Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia where all part of 7 provinces that made Yugoslavia. 'Bosnia' is still actually called 'Bosnia and Herzegovina' as Herzegovina is located within the South of Bosnia.

There is alot of crazy history which I won't go into but essentially Croatia achieved the two main goals that they declared at the beginning of the war, which were independence and the preservation of its borders. The impact of the war was devastating, there were many people killed and the damage was immeasurable.

Now nearly 20 years later, Croatia and Bosnia are back on their feet! The countries have many unique natural beauties and the tourism industry has flourished in the last decade. The Adriatic coastline along the south of Croatia features what many people consider to be some of the best beaches in the entire world. Croatia was also the top pick tourist destination in 2005 from the Lonely Planet Guide.


Sibenik - Croatia

Our first stop in Croatia was the coastal town of Sibenik. We were greeted by my amazing cousin Lucija!



There were lots of village festivals happening for Saint Mary's day. Lucija took us to an evening festival that was off the hook..



This is my Dida's brother, Tomislav. He literally built this entire house with his own bare hands.




Tomislav is stockpiling mass amounts of wine, beer, grapes and meat.. You gotta stock pile stuff.


Tomislavs wife Matija was the Master Chef of Sibenik!



This is Lucija's crazy boyfriend Josip. However, he is a mere sane person relative to the complete nutbag on the left hand side.


This guy used to have a drug addiction and hangs out in Lucija's cafe alot. He does a wacked out impersonation of Yoda from Starwars. Claims to have seen aliens, has a pet cockroach and became very paranoid when I tried to film him for the movie.


We had it all in Sibenik, we spent alot of time at the beaches. Three 'retired' Engineers, completely ignorant to our working lives back at home!





This is my cousin Mirko the man!



My awesome cousin's Iva, Ivica, Gabriela and llija were visiting from Switzerland, it was great to meet them!



Ivica is also know as HERCULES, us two boys need alot of muscle to push all the women off us you see..





Goliveno (Busko Jezero) - Bosnia

If you go to Croatia I recommend you visit in August as it is Summer, the weather is perfect and everybody is on holidays. But who works these days anyway?

Escaping Amsterdam and arriving in August was also part of my grand master plan concocted over a year ago. This was because on the 15th of August every year most of my family has a reunion BBQ to celebrate Saint Mary's day at Goliveno. The BBQ is at my uncles Cottage in Goliveno behind the lake (Busko Jezero) in Bosnia where my Dida grew up. This is the lake house that features at the start of the video below and is only an hour and half from the Bosnia border crossing North of split.


This is the house where my Dida grew up and you can see unfortunately it is just an unstable shell now. This damage was actually caused when the lake was damned and decided to flood. 





The Beric family has a number of other cottages further up the hill behind the lake. At these cottages we Beric's are stockpiling vast amounts of fruit trees, bee's and vegetables gardens. When we arrived at BBQ I was greeted by my Dida's two Brothers, Ante and Pere. This was a very special day for me which I will never forget. 








Livno - Bosnia

Next we went to Livno and stayed with Ante and Unka.


 We were lucky enough to have my little 11 year old cousin Marina as our personal tour guide. 


Marina showed the three of us around all of Livno and took us to a museum.








Marina is a Monkey and is some sort of genius child that has been teaching herself Enlgish. She is practically fluent and was literally performing as our translator alot of the time during our visit. This was useful as many of the older generations in Croatia do not speak English that well. All of the younger punk ass hooligans learn it in Highschool though so it makes travelling easy.

Marina is aspiring to be a judge one day and be as cool as my Brother Andrew. We owed Marina for all the translating so we scared the crap out of her by taking her on an adventure across a highly unstable wood plank above a river. There was potential rock climbing to be developed on the other side of the water you see..


Marina took us to gather water from a mysterious pipe coming out of a wall in the middle of a field. We figured it couldn't be any worse than the airport bathroom water nomad has been drinking at all the major cities we have  been to this year.



Marina's dog tried to kill Steve and then turned on Nomad.


More of my lovely family was visiting from Switzerland, we literally bumped into them in the street..



I got done by another hot photos bomber, I don't know why this keeps happening to me :S



Tomislavgrad

After Livno we went to stay with my Cousin's Mario, Ivana and Ivan in Tomislavgrad. This was where the madness began!












Ivana and Mario led us on all sorts of wacked out adventures. Mario was not the best at English but he tried, of Course he speaks way better English than I do Croatian. Mario added the word spadge to his limited English vocabulary repertoire..

"Spadge.. we go to Cafe bar to meet girls.."

This is how alot of our adventures began. They all involved some vague meeting arrangement at a Cafe bar co-ordinated by Mario. He didn't actually know what he was saying or planning half the time and often answered yes to critical questions if he didn't understand them...

Beric: Mario what time are we meeting your friends?

Mario: Yees

Beric: "Mario, is this the right highway we are driving on? where is this cafe?"

Mario: <no comprehension> "yes.... spadge.."

30 minutes later

Ivana: WHY DID YOU LISTEN TO MARIO, THIS IS NOT THE WAY!!!

Mario: NO, NO, YOU NO LISTEN TO MY SISTER, YOU LISTEN TO ME < followed by large amusing amounts of sibling bickering in Croatian >

Ivan didn't have much to say but when you did something right he would give a quick approving nod. Steve and I worked hard to get that nod.


Mario is only 15, but you can drink and go clubbing from whatever age you want in Tomislavgrad. Tomislavgrad is a very small village town with lots of other even smaller villages nearby. On weekends people come from all over the countryside and squash into the several 'Cafe bars' or clubs as we call them in Australia. 




Mario's favourite place to take us was a Disco Tech club called 'Bubbles' and 'Rock Cafe'. In Bubbles some 300 crazy teenagers squash into the building, there's lasers flying everywhere, the music is pumping extremely loud at like 150db (NO JOKE) and everyone is smoking cigarettes. You can't move, hear anything, talk to one another or breath normally given all the smoke. There's no dance floor really, just a bunch of people going deaf and smiling at each other. It was a bizarre social event but we did meet alot of Rad people and Rafiki became uber famous in the village.






Ivana is one of the most amusing people Steve and I have ever met. We discovered quickly that Ivana's sense of humour has tipping point. If you do something funny enough that pushes her over this point she becomes completely out of control! It is hysterical. Her body goes completely limp in an instant. she literally collapses on the ground giggling and can longer speak. We had to be careful near windows and tables with sharp corners.






I taught Ivana to drive during our visit :) She picked it up very well except for hill starts. I had her trying over and over to do a hill start for about 10 minutes. I didn't realise but she was trying to do the hill start in 3rd gear the whole time. So that explained everything. Sorry, my mistake Ivana! When she changed into 1st to do the hill start she was so used to revving the crap out of the car that we did a burn out all the way up the hill and nearly crashed off the road. Good times!


Speaking of cars, Ivana's father is the king 4wd of Bosnia. He scared the crap out of me driving his beast up an insanely loose and steep dirt track.


We also went exploring for new rock With Mario, Ivana and Ivan. We trekked into some glorious remote Bosnian jungle. 




There was a waterfall and a dense amount of stinging trees in one spot. 


Steve and I had to take it like men and get stung all over our legs while carrying Ivan and Ivana on our backs. This is something I can imagine Lee and Sam doing. Nothing stops us Aussie's when we are looking for cliffs..

Ivana's mother Maria and her father treated us to a glorious grill (BBQ) in the woods!











Kastela

Next we drove to Kastela near Split to stay with my Dida's other brother Kresimir. The road he lives on is very long and there were no house numbers displayed so we spent a good half hour driving up and down the street trying to find his house. Then Steve and I both looked at each other and said at the same time "HOLY CRAP, I SWEAR THAT WAS DIDA WAS STANDING ON THE SIDE ROAD BACK THERE". We stopped immediately, of course it was his very close look alike, Kresimir!


 


As with our stays with all my relatives, Kresimir and his wife Mira took great care of us! We were feed copious amounts of good food also, more food than you can ever imagine!


His son Kristijan took us on drinking mission in the park, similar arrangement to Dean Street. My smaller camera broke a few days before this so unfortunety I have no shots.


We also met Boris's new beautiful baby and wife! By the way, it turns out all of you have been calling me the wrong name for the last 24 years, I was reminded on a number of occasions by my family that Beric is actually pronounced with a CH i.e. BeriCH.

Near Kresimirs we did some climbing at Markezina.


Hvar Island

At Markezina we met two cool climbers named Jadran and Branko, the Croart Hoolagans.


These guys were nutbags and organised for us to go to Hvar Island with them for the weekend and do some climbing and deep water soloing. they rang some contacts with a 4wd and a boat on the island. Hvar Island is just off the coast of Split so we caught the ferry to the island. When we arrived a shifty character picked us up and took us for a drive along the coast of the Island on an extremely high and narrow dirt road. We encountered a couple of cars we had to get past and this was uber dodgy given the steep drop off. The view was specky though!






While we were there we met two kick ass Hungarian girls called Zofia and Zsuzsanna..







This is the semi cave semi house majangie we stayed in for the night.







The rock climbing on the Island was world class, the DWS isn't that well developed yet but there's tonnes of potential.






To get back to the mainland the next day Jadran's crazy friend picked up in a fancy boat. We stopped in one of the beautiful bays and had watermelon, cheese and beer for dinner.


Jadran liked hanging off the boat, he didn't give crap that we were going 40 miles an hour in the dark.. Hooligan!

Soline

Next we stayed with Dida's brother Pere in Soline. Below is Pere, his son Josip and myself.




 
Ante and Unka have a house next door and came to stay, they brought Marina, Mario and Ivana to stay also.  All us cousins had a great time, we went bowling and to the movies to see Harry Potter 3D. My brother Andy and I will marry Harmione one day..


We got the cousins climbing at Marjan.






Josip was first up.


Then Mario the 'Italian man'

Followed by Ivana. She was a natural climber. She was the first one to make it to the top of the cliff much to Mario's disgust.. she cruised up with no trouble.



After overdosing on cheese in France, we drove north to Belgium. We climbed for a few hours at Freyr in Belgium..

 

After climbing we then went to rendezvous with the beautiful Belgium beauty queens we met on Mallorca Island. It was Soline's birthday and she was having a big party at her house. It was quite the reunion! 




You people need to know what went down. Nomad is a berko nutbag. We can't take him anywhere anymore. He completely spooked all of our new friends. He went spookeye and disappeared early on in the evening. Soline (the birthday girl) found him up stairs in her bedroom with the lights off holding a pair of sissors. He had wandered through the house and found his way through her closed door.

This obviously concerned everybody and it was hard for us to explain to them that he is not a suicidal serial killer, especially since we were rather confused ourselves about this Nomad behaviour. Later on we noticed Nomads hair was a little shorter at the back. So there was nothing to worry about, Nomad just likes to cut his hair in peoples bedrooms, according to him a completely normal activity apparently.

 

Further on in the evening the Nomad disappeared a second time and didn't come back. All the girls were very concerned and Steve and we just assumed he was sleeping in a paddock inside his big wall bivvy. Wrong. Nomad striked again. The next morning he wandered out of Soline's parents room. He had found his way through another closed door in the house, luckily her parents were away on Holiday.

 

 We had a lovely breakfast with the girls:

 
  

Then Ameile took showed us around Brussels.


It is a lovely town and the town icon is Manneken Pis. This statue of a child urinating is far more impressive than Eiffel tower of Paris. For the record, Belgium girls are all extremely wonderful and beautiful..
 

That evening we drove to Holland to stay with Beric's family for the next week. Beric's Oma (grandmother) is originally from Holland and Chris had never met any of his family there before, so this was special for him. We stayed with Ro and Corrie. They were lovely people and very hospitable. In Holland you are nobody unless you have a kick ass moustache like Ro..


 

 


 
Beric's great Uncle Yahn has it all! Has a good job in oil and gas, has like 5 houses in different countries, a gorgeous wife and children.. Maaan, we used to have it all,  but now look at us.. Nomads washed up, Steve's a bum and Beric hasn't washed his hair in weeks..


Most of Holland is actually well below sea level which can be quite a problem with flooding. Some of the towns have big 15 foot mounds and lock gates for use in the event of floods, madness..


Overall Holland is very beautiful and has lots of windmills.



This is Beric's Great Great Aunty a.k.a the "General".. You don't want to mess with the General..


A few days later Nomad vanished again. This time he disappeared good and proper, all the way to Norway to meet the mysterious Norwegien girl/future Rosemary daughter in law.

We didn't mind, Holland is the flatest country in the world and there are no cliff to climb.. However, at the top of Holland they do have the biggest man made climbing wall in the world to make up for it. So we drove straight there, Nomad was missing out! This thing is called the excalibur, is super overhanging and 37m long.



To warm up we lead climbed the back of the tower which is an uba cheese grating Nomad slab.  Next we both successfully climbed the overhang with out falling.. this was actually a real battle.. it still had nothing on El cap though.


When you lower off from the top you land about 10m out from the wall..



The gym next to the Excalibur was also amazing and probably the best climbing gym we have ever seen in the world. You can even climb on the walls of the outside of the gym..

 

 
 

Half of our week in Holland was actually spent in Belgium... you see we are some sort of driving nutbags and it seemed easy to just drive the 300km to another country for some reason. The first trip involved Ameile's Birthday party complete with an Australian style BBQ, an offer we couldn't refuse.


 


 Mmm goon in a park..


We also got to see Liege and go to a concert with Beric's lovely friend Stephanie <3

Gorgeous Stephanie!
 


Our timing wasn't the best to visit Amsterdam, turns out it was gay pride week, which featured the biggest gay parade in the world. This was slightly intimidating but we couldn't miss Amsterdam so we went anyway. We went straight to red light district, where we stayed for the next 5 hours. The adventure started with a cafe and space brownies which then led us into shifty hooker alleyways.

 
 

It was a mega tourist attraction, girls in windows trying to lure you into the open doors. Its just like window shopping. For the record, it's only 50 euro for a "f*ck and s*ck", Bargain! They had them to suit all fetishes too, all I remember is a scary alleyway full of highly voluptuous African-American women.

At one point we got trapped in a gay parade event. We thought it was a humorous scenario so we took a photo. Some gay guys overheard us laughing:

(gay guy) Hey he's making fun of us!
(gay guy 2) No he's not, he's clearly gay..
(Beric) You hear that Steve, they think you're gay.
(Steve) What, you're the one with the camera, they're talking about you!


We briefly wandered out of the red light district to Maccas, it was like being a vampire emerging from the shadows, the light burnt our eyes and we quickly retreated back to the red light district.


We found a line of people entering a shifty building so we decided to follow. Inside we witnessed several bizarre sex acts and the whole time staff were escorting random people from the crowd to unknown areas. This triggered all sorts of crazy paranoia. We eventually escaped to the street where it became clear that nothing was as it seems...

The grocery stores weren't really grocery stores. In one newsagent a customer ordered three chocolate croissants and left. We didn't see any baked goods being exchanged. Everyone had an agenda and pimps were pacing around on cell phones at each corner. Our scariest experience is when a black pimp in a trenchcoat followed us for like ten minutes. We lost him down an alleyway full of hookers. The pimps will bash you and take your camera if you take any photos in the red light district, so other than a few sneak shots that were shown above, this is all we have:


..you will have to use your imagination for the rest..

The next day we made a third trip to Belgium to see Stephanie and her sister Alex. We took Steph climbing and cooked dinner for her and Alex. We´re the perfect catch you see.


 



Stephanie has a beautiful house with a crazy basement, can`t wait to see you again soon Stephanie!!

 

Nomad returned to Holland and the three of us started driving to Croatia to stay meet more of Beric's family. Along the way we stopped fot two nights in Frankenjura, Germany.

 
The climbers here are old school and it was cold for us even in Summer. You´re nobody here unless you can do campus moves between one finger pockets. This climb was the first 9a (35) in the world, climbed by Wolfgang Gullich back in 1991, he was way ahead of his time!

Action Direct (9a)


          Monkeys Run with the Bulls in Spain!      Cache   Translate Page      

Lets just start by saying Spaniards are completely insane. Even more wacko than Bloomy...


Now I know Steve and I put up a blog last night but I (Beric) had nothing better to do than right another blog and make a movie on the 9 hour road trip from Croatia to Arco in Italy. So here it is. 

An update on the Nomad status, he has completely disappeared again. Steve and I saw him in Croatia a few weeks ago. Rumor has it he was in Morocco and may now in Portugal? But we really have no idea.

Anyways. After Nomad and I dropped Steve off at Barcelona airport, we made our way to San Sebastian. Basque Country!

We stayed here with 2 kick ass couch surfing dudes names Paulo and Jokin.


San Sebastian is amazing and is conveniently located 1 hour away from Pamplona. It was no coincidence that we were there in San Sebastian.  From the 6th until th 14th of July Every year the San Fermin is held in Pamplona a.k.a running with the bulls.

San Sebastian was to be our less crowded base point for the duration of the festival. Yes, for some silly reason Nomad and I had planned many months ago to participate in the madness and lunacy of actually Running with the  bulls.

Here are some shots around San Sebastian:



They like to swim in pools at the beach in Spain. All most as logical as Bloomy..


There is an average climbing area near San Sebastion. Nomad and I went and climbed here in the afternoon straight after we ran with the bulls. We did this to celebrate our survival.




Paulo making me proud:


Jokin after a good send:

The classic Euro Belay. Seen as common practice throughout Spain.




And this is a crazy cow.

 

 

NOW. So what's this running with the bulls all about? Well essentially for 7 days straight the Spaniards party like animals in the streets. Please note that onwards from here I have used some other peoples photos so that this blog is more interesting. As always, you will see my name (C.Beric) water marked in the bottom right hand corner on any of the photos that are mine and aren't stolen..



And each morning those who are stupid enough run through a narrow street with 12 600kg angry bulls. Usually the bulls are released in two separate groups of 6. These bulls have very sharp horns, trample many people and occasionally even gore them to death. Most people pay the price at one particular tight bend in the track known as `dead mans corner'. The bulls don's see this corner coming and usually run straight into it crushing whatever is in their way:


 



Another thing to know is that the masses of crazy people running are just as dangerous as the bulls themselves. Fearing for their lives the people in the crowd are just as likely to trample you as they shove and claw their way to safety. If you fall down or trip its game over!



You can choose where you start along the track. Most people start at the Town Hall Clock.


The bull run finishes at a bottle neck into a big Coliseum.


If you start from Town Hall you will not beat the first bulls into the Coliseum as they run extremely fast. You do not want to beat the bulls into the Coliseum as this is seen as extremely cowardly and the huge crowd inside the coleseum will boo and throw beer bottles at you. Seriously.

If you start to close to the beginning of the track where the bulls are released you won't make it into the Coliseum though. The bulls are too fast to keep up with and they shut the doors to the Coliseum after the 2nd group of bulls enters.

The important thing is not to get stuck between the bulls or in a human pile up at dead mans corner!



Nomad and I came to an agreement that We would both run with the bulls the next morning. Waking up that morning wasn't as easy for Nomad as it was for me..



I put on my San Fermin outfit. White pants, white shirt, red scarf around the waist and neck. With out these you stand out like dog balls in the crowd and I highly recommend you buy the outfit if you plan on going to the San Fermin.

Nomad and I strategically decided to start the run just in front of the clock. To signal that the bulls have been released into the street and loud fire work goes off at 8am sharp. Word had it that the biggest bull running on our day was 700kg!


No problem for an Aussie. Although, an Australian man was seriously gored the day before and put in intensive care according to the news. Never mind that.

The crowd was very unsettled and anxious. I was on edge and ready to spring into action. Nomad was ready to go 'spook-eye'. Everyone was intensely listening for the firework. Fuk*n BANG!! There was a loud crack and everything broke into complete mayhem.


People were frantically climbing walls and fighting to get into the larger doorsteps for protection. Nomad and I were relieved to make it safely past dead mans corner. The crowd in the balconies above came alive and we knew the bulls where close behind. Suddenly vibrations started to rattle up through my whole body. I pushed my way through the sea of white and red lunatics. In amidst a  cacophony of screams, galloping hooves and sounding horns, everything was a complete blur of madness.


Bulls started flashing past my left side. Nomad and I managed to keep up with them for 3o seconds or so. We didn't stop running though as the next 6 bulls were still behind us and you can never be sure if there is a stray that isn't keeping up with the group. I was elbowing, shoving and literally jumping over people to make my way through the less fit crowd as fast as possible. My adrenalin was pumping and I could see a scraggy deranged nomad to my side who was just as aggressive, shoving his way through the crowd like a lunatic! Somehow we managed to keep together for the whole run.

We made it into the Coliseum which was absolutely mind blowing. The crowd was going ballistic! 


The last 6 bulls blasted through behind us and  then they shut the Coliseum doors. This was where the fun began.

People started to gather around a closed door and lay on the ground. Intruiged Nomad and I went closer to have a look. WHOOOSH! The doors flung open and a raging bull came charging out and lanuched itself over the people laying on the ground.

One by one they released 'baby bulls' with corks on their horns through this door. Sounds nice and safe right? WRONG. These 'baby' bulls weighed like 300kg, were extremely fast and aggravated. I assume they jabbed them with some sort of drug before hand. They basically run around through the crowd smashing people in the air like bowling pins.





It was hilarious for the crowd and scary as hell for me when a bull came my way. Nomad had a few close encounters and we both managed to slap one of the bulls on the ass! This was my one and only goal for San Fermin in fact, aside from surviving.

The bull I slapped on the ass actually ran straight at me and I had to jump the bull ring barrier to escape it. Only seconds later, no word of a lie, the same fired up bull managed to jump the barrier into the crowd about 10 m's away from me! All hell broke loose and I had to fight to get back into the bull ring which was now the "safe" area to be. This happens from time to time apparently:





We celebrated surviving the bull run by going rock climbing as I talked about before. Which is a far safer activity right??

In the evening each day after the bull race they kill the bulls in a bull fight. Nomad and I went to one Bull fight. Bull fighting isn't exactly humane, but it is very traditional for the Spanish people and the atmosphere is like nothing else I have ever seen.

 




Nomad and I befriended all the Spanish people around us who kindly shared with us large amounts of food and sangria which they were stockpiling in eskies. 




I have put together a short movie of the whole event which is below.

The footage of the bull race itself and the corked bulls in the bull ring smashing people came from YouTube. I was unalbe to film this part. I was not carrying my camera during the race or corked bull dodging as this was no media event. I was in lunatic mode and needed both hands for elbowing and evading death etc.. The run footage is from the actual race on day 4 in 2011 except for one small part where someone gets smashed at death corner. This was from a 2007 race. It was a 'bullzeye' shot.. ah.. ah.. ah.. ah..

PLEASE NOTE that the bull fights are gory and violent so you may not actually want to watch this.

Monkeys Run with the Bulls in Spain! from 3 Lost Monkeys on Vimeo.

Now that Nomad and I have run with the bulls, thankfully we will never have to it again. It's ticked from the list!

But in all seriousness, you must go to the San Fermin if you ever get the chance. No bull..


          Rodellar is NOT Rodellar!      Cache   Translate Page      

After a total absence from any input to the blog whatsoever, Nomad has decided to contribute to the absolute nonsense with a few paragraphs. We still haven't managed to get him to help with the making of the movies, editing of the photos and blog upload process yet. Which we must say is an extremely tedious and painful process that drives us to the point of insanity sometimes. We are done with computers and ready to go outside and live our lives.
Anyway, this is what the Nomad had to say:

"After flying from Mallorca, Steve and Chris picked up a brand new car courtesy of a French Government arrangment with auto manufacturers which afforded us a shiny Peugeot Tepee with only 5km on the clock. Very cheap too. We have planned to drive this around all of europe for the next three months. It is considerably smaller than the Van we had in the USA, but this is necessary to navigate the ancient streets and parking spaces here.


The two intended on navigating to Rodellar in Northern Spain but actually navigated to another town called Rodellar, far from the rich land of limestone. This was due to incorrect research and the simple fact that I wasn't there. After 9 hours on the road they finally found the place which was the real Rodellar.


For those who aren't familiar, Rodellar is a small gorge filled with limestone features. Its no where near the amount we have seen elsewhere, but still enough to keep you amused for a month or two. We stayed at a great place called Kalandraka, a climber-orientated Refuge right at the edge of the gorge complete with a 'kitchen' (really just a food storage room with a sink), a restaurant (comes recommended from The Beric) and coin-operated showers.


Whilst we were there we met a nice American couple from Tuscon who were climbing at Rodellar and climbing hard! Meghan and Luis were very friendly and we ended up spending the majority of our time with them. They have been around the world climbing and have done everything from cragging to Big Wall first ascents so they had some experience!

Crimping Champion Meghan :)

King Luis (the VIII)

One of the highlights at Rodellar is El Delphin, an arch and open cave structure that would make any Sport bunny go hopping mad. Fixed Draws!! Chalked holds!! Lower-offs!! Obnoxious children knocking rocks into the gorge! Massive cheering crowds of European climbing teams!! What more could a certain individual ask for?

On the third day Steve rested, so Chris and I accompanied Meghan and Luis to El Dephin. Spectacular! We tried our luck on the arch a pedestrian (for locals) 7c+ (grade 29 in Australia). It was a great photo route in an amazing position with some good moves. We spent a good two days in this area and it comes highly recommended.

Beric Cranking the glorious Arch




Nomad on the Arete of the Arch (6c)


Steve killing the Arch



Rodellar also includes numerous caves which we spent the majority of our time in. We also met a kick ass American guy called Jason who provided us beta and a few belays. Some good times were had! The rock was super solid and not overly polished so get on out there!"




Thanks Nomad.. Now, lets get some things straight. Firstly Rodellar certainly wasn't Rodellar. According to Google maps there is one Rodellar, and According to our GPS there is another one 100km north of the real one. Unfortunetly these are separated by 3 hours worth of switchback mountainess road. And foolishly we trusted our GPS.. Rookie error.

And another thing, Nomad claims that we got lost due to "the simple fact that he wasn't there to help". But let me tell you, Nomad not being there had nothing to do with us going to the wrong Rodellar. To put things nicely poor old Nomad contributes very little to the navigation planning and accommodation booking so his presence would have been of no use. 

Speaking of which, Nomads presence was absent for the start of the Rodellar trip due to him still being on Mallorca island with the mysterious Norwegian girl. Unfortunetly he missed his plane flight as he was doing his duties at the Palma Hospital. Actually, we have lost Nomad again at this very moment. He went spookeye and dissapeared a few days ago with the mysterious Norway girl again. We think they went to Italy and we will possibly rendezvous with the Nomad in Greece in a few weeks. But you can never be sure.

We found one town that we were certain was Rodellar, Steve pulled over on the narrow mountain road for Beric to take a photo of it as we were so excited. Still wasn't Rodellar.

 Not Rodellar

 Not Rodellar

 Not Rodellar


The Real Rodellar:









One highlight we must add about Rodellar is the discovery of the Italian Men. There were these Italian men that were far superior to any other we have encountered.  I'm telling you, these men were machines:


This is the Alpha Italian man, MARIO:




This one is Nomad in 5 years:
He was highly skeptical of us:



This one was in his 70's and still had better abs than us and was climbing way harder. He sent this overhanging 7b project of Steves. And spent like 25 minutes hanging on the route resting out on crap holds. He had some sort of OLD MAN endurance. We had heard rumour's about OLD MAN endurance from Lee. It seriously exists. Something for us to look forward to!



We have decided that we shall now dedicated the rest of our lives to becoming more like these Italian men. As soon as we get away from all the glorious food that Beric's family is feeding us in Croatia we will become Italian men. It is hard right now as we are living like kings with consistent divine 3 course meals everyday. You see to be an Italian man, you need to have absolutely no body fat whatsoever. Beric befriendedall of the Italian men. Especially the Alpha Italian man, Mario. and after much time and trust Mario told Beric the secret to being an Italian man. 

" ....errr.. Coffee... and.. Cigarettes.. thats all "






Turns out Beric has an awesome cousin in Bosnia called Mario also. And Mario is already an Italian man at the age of 16!!







For the record, on paper Beric is actually an Italian man. He comes complete with Dual Italian and Australian Citezenship thanks to his Nonno. Any extremly attractive girls that can rock climb hard and are looking for a husband please keep in mind that a European passport is veeeerry handy. Wink wink. Nudge nudge. Cuts out all that visa crap if you want live or work in Europe.

Which one is Steve??!


Enough with all the words, lets let a Movie do the rest of the talking:


Rodellar Climbing minus the Fluff from 3 Lost Monkeys on Vimeo.


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After England we all met up again on Mallorca Island Spain. This place is the deep water soloing (DWS) capital of the world. It's where DWS was first invented! In the photo above is the famous Es Pontas Arch. It features the worlds hardest DWS climb which was put up by Chris Sharma and goes at grade 9b.

Deep water soling is when you climb cliff faces that overhang water. You don't need a rope, you just climb it free and when you fall you land safely in the water... Sometimes.. Nakedness is an option and you have to dodge rocks in the water occasionally. It always fun when you are upside down in a cave 10m from the water surface and you have to land on your feet like a cat. Rough water smashing into the base of the cliff adds some fun into the mix also..


 

Speaking of nakedness.. this crazy naked lady was running a joyous cocktail at Cala Barques. You can see her in the background below.. Beric is joining in.


If you go to Mallorca ilsand Cala Barques is definetly worth visiting for DWS and swimming.

We lost Nomad again straight away that first hour in Mallorca. Turns out he had organised some strange rendezvous with a girl he met for one night in Peru, a Norwegian girl in fact named Marte.  She came to spend the week with Nomad so they were staying together somewhere away from us.

Actually, right at this point in time nomad has completely vanished again. Went spookeye good a proper. We are in Holland but nomad disappeared on a plane to Norway for the week. Highly suspicious. This is the third Nomad rendezvous with the Norwegian girl and there is another one to come in Croatia we believe.

Nomads is all washed up, his goose is cooked and he's off the market. Our odds just went up by 33% so we don't mind. Still, it makes us sick!!!


Anyway, Steve and I were staying for the first few days  with a German girl named Simone we met through Couch surfing. Simone lived right in the centre of Palma. Germany has claimed Mallorca Island we noticed. There is a huge German population there, many shops with German signs and a crazy beer drinking stripper bar. We didn't go in of course.




The old EURO park trick, gets ya everytime...


After two days we relocated to stay with a crazy cat lady lesbian in Arenal. Her name was Helana and she had 4 cats and like 10 dogs! Very impressive.





 We made good friends with an Argentinian guy called Mad dog (a.k.a Mariano)..



We also lived in a cave for a litte while, ahhhh must get shelter and a fire!!!




Following this we also stayed at a house with 6 Belgian beauty queens. It was the coolest thing that has ever happened to us, and it'll neeveeer happen again!!!




We met the girls at the beach and they invited us to their Island dream holiday cottage for a BBQ. We like BBQ's. The cottage had a kickass webber and swimming pool.

 

 



 

The Belgian Beauty Queens did the salad and dessert while we handled the meat cooking. We think we did Australia proud with our exceptional BBQ cooking skills. The Belgian Beauty Queens had bought some exoctic food too, on the menu:

octopus
prawns
ribs
chicken skewers
fish
and steak


 

We were highly impressed with their shopping selections! The Belgian girls also had a yummy stock pile of cheese and wine..

We decided that day that we were going to Belgium, to visit it first and then live there for ever. We did visit for a few days in fact this week, more on this in a future blog!  

Below is a short video of our deep water soling (DWS). Please think of this video while you are all at work like suckers. 

Mallorca Deep Water Soloing from 3 Lost Monkeys on Vimeo.

Let that be a lesson.. girls will ruin your climbing adventures every time!! There would have been far more exciting footage of DWS but the planned filming day was brought to a stop early on when the mysterious Norwegian girl required a helicopter rescue (???). She had a concussion from face planting it in the water when her and Nomad jumped off some rocks together. This resulted in us swimming her to safety for a few hundred meters on a blow up sofa, not an easy job in the surf. They did some tests at the hospital and thankfully she was all ok.

Current score, Belgium 2, Norway 0. The whole day ended up being blown out of proportion we think. If it was one of us we think the medical advice to one another would have been:

"Here's your pack, go on, get out of here, march up that track to the car, I'll meet you there when I am finished climbing". Our meat head Brothers (god bless their cotton little socks) and their cronie friends get concused in football games all the time, its standard behaviour in Australia.  

Here is a link to the DWS we did in Vietnam in 2009. We love DWS and will be doing much more of it this year in Croatia and Thailand. Please note credit goes to Lee Cujes for putting the Vietnam video together. The media for the video was a group effort between us (the Three Awesome Monkeys), Lee and Sam Cujes and the J-man (Jason Piper).

Peace Out.

VietBLAM! from 3 Lost Monkeys on Vimeo.





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Udruga teniskih profesionalaca (ATP) objavila je u srijedu kalendar turnira za 2020. godinu, u kojem je jedini hrvatski ATP turnir, umaški Plava Laguna Croatia Open, smješten u 29. tjedan i njegov se završni vikend preklapa s početkom olimpijskog turnira u Tokiju. Sezona će započeti 3. siječnja novoutemeljenim momčadskim natjecanjem ATP Cupom u Australiji.
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Guitarist Anders Osborne talks about his fight back to sobriety and how he’s now helping others.

Anders Osborne has been to the brink, stared the devil in the face, and come back sober and stronger than ever. Known for his stunning guitar work as well as his deft songwriter's touch and soulful voice, Osborne comes to the Broadberry for a solo acoustic evening that showcases his profound body of work. Life is good, but it wasn't always this way.

The Swedish-born Osborne came to America at 19.

"I had a friend in Slidell that I met in Dubrovnik [Croatia]. We had traveled together for a while. I ended up staying in New Orleans and decided immediately that I belonged in that city. Later found out I have family here. I love it as much today as I did back in '85."

Osborne's fret skills were informed by a broad spectrum of influences.

"I started out playing along to Ry Cooder, Al Di Meola, Carlos Santana, Robert Johnson and Billy Gibbons. Later it was Neil Young, Jerry Garcia, John Coltrane and Miles Davis. My songwriting was influenced by Bob Dylan and Neil, Cat Stevens and Van Morrison."

Osborne has had a remarkable career, performing with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Phil Lesh, Keb Mo', and Tab Benoit and the Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars. His songs have been covered by a diverse group of artists, including Tim McGraw who had a No. 1 hit on the country charts with "Watch the Wind Blow By."

In spite of all the acclaim, addiction nearly derailed his prodigious talent.

"Alcohol was the grandfather of all this," he says before rattling off a list of drugs that is startling in its expanse. "But underneath it all was alcohol. I'd be running late and show up three days later." He ended up sleeping on couches and park benches. He lost instruments and saw addiction impair his live performances. It took an intervention to get him into rehab.

While on tour things grew so bleak his manager and a roadie reserved a bed for him at a facility. It was time, as Osborne says, "to choose to make the walk back, or jump."

Making that choice proved fruitful, as Osborne now has a thriving career, a stable family life and a new sense of purpose.

Osborne realized that he couldn't leave behind his life as a musician when he embraced sobriety. While the life of a performing artist is dangerous ground to travel for anyone wanting to maintain a sober life, Osborne had an idea. What if he could create a network to support the sobriety of his fellow musicians? In 2016, Osborne started Send Me a Friend, known as SMAF. If you are an artist, road manager, or roadie in need of support, the group is there to help.

"In a lot of clubs the only place to hang between sets is at the bar. We'll send someone to sit with you and drink coffee instead of bourbon. The friend arrives a half an hour before show time and is there to be someone you can lean on."

Today, the group has more than 2,000 members and is growing. The member list contains well-known artists, but its focus is on the local player who isn't in the national spotlight. There is even an app in development.

Osborne explains that sobriety has sharpened his songwriting.

"I don't care anymore, I write 'cause I love to and the more truthful I am the better it feels. It's monumental for my sobriety that I do for others when I can."

On his current acoustic tour, he explains, "I get to have a personable conversation with the audience, we get to slow the evening down a little bit, find out what matters to us at that moment." Osborne has a lot on his plate and the future looks bright.

"Got a brand-new record coming out late April. It's called 'Buddha and the Blues.' Love it and can't wait for everyone to hear it. SMAF continues to work with musicians around the country helping them get back to work. We are doing a series called Lifeshop in New Orleans where we have master classes on different subjects (songwriting, yoga, meditation, cooking, painting etc.) to help sobriety feel a little more meaningful and inspiring."

Anders Osborne performs solo at the Broadberry on March 23 with opener Seth Stainback. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. $25. thebroadberry.com.


          Fun Fact: Wyoming Women's Hoops Team Has Players From 7 Countries      Cache   Translate Page      
With 11 international players from Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Spain, and Turkey, the Wyoming Cowgirls lead college basketball in languages spoken. Continue reading…
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Croatia's retail sales growth rose in January, after slowing in the previous month, data from the Croatian Bureau of Statistics showed on Wednesday.

Retail sales in volume terms rose a working day adjusted 4.3 percent year-on-year in January, following a 4.0 percent rise in December. In November, the sales went up 5.8 percent.

Sales of food, beverages and tobacco increased by 4.7 percent and those of non-food products except of automotive fuels and lubricants rose by 4.4 percent.

On a month-on-month basis, retail sales grew by 1.0 percent in January, after a 0.6 percent decline in the previous month.


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          *Croatia Jan Retail Sales +1.0% On Month Vs. -0.6% In December       Cache   Translate Page      

Croatia Jan Retail Sales +1.0% On Month Vs. -0.6% In December


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