Imagine that eVisitor is open to companies like Rentlio and other IT companies, which could, thanks to open data, give much better and broader projections of the real situation on the market and much more. This is certainly a concrete example of the digitalization of our tourism, ie the direction in which we must develop. At the beginning of the crisis or when the whole coronavirus situation escalated sometime in mid-March, the index was 0,10 or 0,15, while on 23.05. The RTT index was 0.94. In the last 12 days, the RTT index has been constantly above 1.0, which is clearly seen in the chart. However, RTT data tell us that the market has woken up and that bookings are constantly in the red, although of course much less than last year, which is a positive signal from the market. As borders within the EU have opened up relatively, RTT is only expected to grow from week to week. Rentlio Trend Tracker (RTT) shows the ratio between new and canceled bookings at the day level. A Rentlio Trend Tracker value greater than 1 is a positive signal, which specifically means that guests book more new appointments than cancel existing bookings. For the last 12 days in a row, RTT has been telling us that guests are booking more new appointments than canceling existing bookings, and we are no longer talking about a recovery trend but about the fact that we have entered a phase of increasing demand. Of course, one should still be aware that 30% of traffic is expected at the level of last year this year, although some destinations could be slightly above that average, such as Istria and Kvarner. Official data for last weekend show that 115 thousand tourists stayed in Croatia, or about 20 percent of tourists compared to the same time last year. As we wrote, the Zadar IT company Rentlio, which has developed an application for the automation of the entire business of smaller tourist facilities – apartments, small hotels, hostels, has published an extremely useful tool – Rentlio Trend Tracker which gives us an insight into the recovery trend of the tourism market, and which is based on live data of more than 7 thousand accommodation units managed through Rentlio. You can follow the status of reservations through Rentlio Trend Tracker from minute to minute HERE
2️⃣0️⃣3️⃣@KyleBusch wins #XfinitySeries at @TXMotorSpeedway! pic.twitter.com/S3qU06gyIv— Xfinity Racing (@XfinityRacing) March 30, 2019Busch will get a chance to achieve the trifecta on Sunday at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas.The race can be seen on Fox at 3 p.m. ET.Busch will start 16th. This is just Kyle Busch’s year.The 33-year-old driver took home a win at the My Bariatric Solutions 300 Xfinity Series event Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway, giving him wins in each of the weekend’s first two races. Busch won the Vankor 350 as part of the Gander Outdoors Truck Series on Friday and now is in line for the trifecta — which is when a driver sweeps the truck, Xfinity and Cup series races — for the second time this season.The JGR driver had a chance to take home the trifecta in his hometown of Las Vegas, but thanks to a speeding violation on pit road, he was unable to take home the Cup series win.Busch is the only driver in NASCAR history to achieve the trifecta, and at this point in this season, it kind of seems inevitable that he’ll do it eventually.He has nine total wins after his victory on Saturday, with four in the truck series, three in Xfinity and two in Cup racing.He has won all but five of the races he has entered (64.2 percent) and has finished in the top five in every race but one and he has yet to finish outside the top six.On top of that he is now just separating even more from Richard Petty as he has 203 career wins in NASCAR’s three national series, the most all time. Petty had 200 wins, all in the Cup series.
Adam Jenkins celebrates his results at Trinity Comprehensive in Ballymun with his dad, Alby, who is the caretaker at the school. Adam got the best results in the whole school. Source: Brian Lawless/PA Wire Anna Carthy (right) hugs her friend Louise Mulrenan after getting the results. Source: Jason Clarke Photography Kelly Blake and Kelly Quinn get their results in St Nessan’s Community College in Limerick Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland Students at Ballincollig Community School getting their results Source: BCS A student at St Nessan’s Community College in Limerick. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland Tara Gorey, Michelle Donoghue and Sharon Donoghue at Trinity Comprehensive in Ballymun. Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images Students from Trinity Comprehensive in Ballymun with their results. Source: Brian Lawless/PA Wire Dylan Scott opens his results in the school sheds at St Vincent’s CBS, Glasnevin. Source: Brian Lawless/PA Wire Lee Sheilds and Ciaran Keenan at St Vincent’s CBS in Glasnevin Source: Brian Lawless/PA Wire Aw. Source: Brian Lawless/PA WireRead: In numbers: The Leaving Certificate results > Read: The results are out: How students got on with the Leaving Certificate > Read: 9 adults who couldn’t be more unhelpful about the Leaving Cert > MAYBE IT IS one of the most important days of their lives but it can also be one of the most stressful.Which might explain the major relief among so many people upon getting their results – they’re just glad that it’s all over.As usual, photographers were out around the country getting reaction from students as they opened their results and managed to avoid the much-parodied shot of girls jumping into the air with excitement.Instead, there was excitement, happiness, some disappointment, bucketloads of relief, and hugs. Lots and lots of hugs. Gina Canny and Stephaine Burns celebrate at Rathdown School in Glenageary, Dublin. Source: Jason Clarke Photography Marlon Colinares and Patrick Agujar at St Vincent’s CBS, Glasnevin. Source: Brian Lawless/PA Wire