"These discussions involve the local and international logistics and protocols which are already being put in place to minimize risk and optimize the health and safety of all concerned. CWI has also received and reviewed detailed plans for players and staff to be kept in a bio-secure environment for the duration of the tour, with all matches being played behind closed doors," according to CWI. … [Read more...] about CWI gives approval in principle for England tour
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Three years after New Orleans resident Jared Sternberg formed Gondwana Ecotours, a travel company that organizes cultural and environmental excursions to such far-flung places as Ecuador and Rwanda, he decided to start a similar business in Louisiana. Late last year, the 31-year-old graduate of Tulane University Law School opened Beyond the Bayou, which bridges a gap between the Big Easy and the less-visited destinations outside the city that are rich with culture and nature. Offerings include kayaking in Atchafalaya Basin northwest of the city, the country's largest river swamp at nearly 1 million acres; visiting local enterprises deep in Cajun Country; and a tour of the Whitney Plantation on the Mississippi River in Edgard, which is focused solely on telling the story of slavery. … [Read more...] about New Orleans visitors swap Bourbon Street for Spanish moss on Beyond the Bayou tours
"There would be zoning in each of the venues and that is really to reduce the interactions or the crossover of people in the inner core or in the green zone, if you will," Elworthy said. "That would be your players, match officials, the field of play. If there's a hotel on site, the hotel would be in that area so it's a secure environment. That would be your green zone effectively. And then there would be a second zone on the outside." … [Read more...] about ECB eye ‘gold standard’ bio-secure environments for international cricket resumption
As far as question one goes, I had the answer—a vigorous, enthusiastic yes—long before meeting the mango hombre. Barely an hour south of Mexico City’s Benito Juárez International Airport, I asked my driver to pull off the toll highway on the edge of La Marquesa National Park, remarkable for its towering conifers and green glades. In the village of La Marquesa, the place to rent an ATV or horse, I found a taco stand, which is to say a shedlike structure so rickety as to invite a tornado. In front of it stood a beat-up stove on top of which sat a shoulder of pork braising in hot manteca (lard). I sat and ordered. Plastic cutlery arrived, followed by a container of chopped onion and cilantro. A woman laid down a paper plate with two warm tortillas cradling chunks of pork. I dressed the taco, expecting it to be terrible, mentally rehearsing the apologetic hand gestures I would use as I sprinted from taco-stand squalor back to the car. Instead, the taco was not only … [Read more...] about A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good?
FILE PHOTO: - The 104th Tour de France cycling race - The 103-km Stage 21 from Montgeron to Paris Champs-Elysees, France - July 23, 2017 - The peloton passes through the Grand Palais. Picture taken July 23, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau … [Read more...] about 2017 Tour de France samples re-tested for unnamed substance – report