Tayshia Adams Nearly Turned Down Being on ‘The Bachelorette’

first_imgThe former phlebotomist continued, “Very true to 2020, but I was taking on a little bit more than I think previous Bachelorettes have in the sense that there was somebody before me. I was going to ask the guys not only to remove themselves from that headspace but take me on and see if they were willing to be open.”Tayshia Adams Reveals She Nearly Turned Down Being on The BacheloretteFront row: Demar, Ed, Chasen, Blake Moynes, Eazy, Tayshia Adams, Joe, Zac C., Riley, Brendan, Noah. Back Row: Bennett, Jason, Peter, Ivan, Montel, Spencer, Ben, Jordan C., Jay and Kenny ABC/Craig SjodinAdams told cohosts Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin that “it was probably about 48 hours” between her receiving the call from an executive producer and heading off to the La Quinta Resort & Club in Palm Springs, California. When the EP called Adams, he acknowledged that she had previously requested to be informed about casting news in person after learning Crawley, 39, nabbed the role. She felt that her life had been “uprooted” during that time since potential leads “can’t really make plans” while waiting to hear what is next.“It kind of messed with me quite a bit, actually,” she admitted. “I told them, ‘That’s not fair to me. I know there’s other girls in the conversation, but I was fine. I was fine. And next time you do it, you better come to my house and tell me in person because at this point, I don’t want a phone call. I’m not going to [Bachelor in] Paradise, I’m not doing The Bachelorette again, I don’t want anything to do [with it]. I’m done.’”- Advertisement – The “Click Bait” cohost recently told Us Weekly that she was happy she didn’t speak with Crawley before becoming the Bachelorette. “Even if I did have the opportunity, I don’t know if I would have asked [anything],” she told Us on Monday, November 9. “This is the thing: I have learned that you have to give everybody a chance and you never know what that’s going to look like. It might not look, like, the same for you as it did for somebody else.”The “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast can be listened to wherever podcasts are streamed.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants A careful decision. Tayshia Adams nearly passed up on the opportunity to be the Bachelorette after Clare Crawley’s sudden exit.“In a perfect Bachelor world according to them, it would have been I would be in the car an hour after my conversation with them. They were hoping I would leave that day, but I actually said I needed to think about it,” Adams, 29, recalled on the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast on Wednesday, November 11. “I need to talk to my parents and I need to take a minute, just because the way I was entering The Bachelorette space was very unconventional.”- Advertisement – Before beginning her journey, Adams was also “fearful” that the suitors thought Crawley “was more their type” than she would be since they were initially there to pursue the Bachelor Winter Games alum.Tayshia Adams Floating In The Pool on The Bachelorette Tayshia Adams Reveals She Nearly Turned Down Being on The BacheloretteTayshia Adams on ‘The Bachelorette’ ABC/Craig SjodinThe Bachelorette’s 16th season experienced major road bumps leading up to its October premiere. After Crawley was announced as the Bachelorette in March, the start of production was delayed due to the global coronavirus outbreak. Shortly after filming resumed in July, the hairdresser left the show after getting engaged to Dale Moss.Adams stepped in to replace Crawley, making her the second Black Bachelorette and first Latina woman in the coveted role. She had previously competed on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor, which aired in 2019, and briefly dated John Paul Jones after they met on Bachelor in Paradise that same year.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Addresses and telephone numbers of tourist clinics

first_imgIstrian County Tourist clinic – Opatija, Stubište Dr. Vande Ekl 1, Tel .: +385 51 271 227Tourist clinic – Mošćenička Draga, Barba Rike 5a (Public building) Tel .: +385 51 737 894Tourist clinic – Čavle, Čavle bb, Phone: +385 51 259 624Tourist clinic – Crikvenica, Kotorska bb, Phone: +385 51 445 185 Tourist clinic Poliklinika Katunar, Dr. Ivana Kostrenčića 10, Phone: +385 51 785 132Tourist clinic – Novi Vinodolski, Kralja Tomislava 24, Tel .: 091/6014133 Zadar County In case the guest develops symptoms of COVID-19 disease, follow the instructions available HERE. Lika-Senj County Procedure in case of illness in a guest in a tourist accommodation TOURIST CLINIC IN TOURIST COMPANIES: Porec1. Hotel Pical, Porec2. Hotel Mediteran, Porec3. Tourist settlement Lanterna, Tar4. Auto camp Orsera and Autocamp Funtana (Ambulance Vrsar)Rovinj5. Camp Polari Rovinj6. Camp Valalta RovinjLabin7. Tourist settlement Rabac – Valamar, house Mediteran, RabacUmag8. Tourist settlement Park Umag9. Tourist settlement Stelamaris Umag (in formation)10. Tourist settlement Katoro UmagPula11. Tourist settlement Belvedere Pula12. Tourist settlement Bi Village PulaISTRIAN HEALTH CENTERS: TOURIST CLINICSTourist clinic Labin Svetog Mikule 2, LabinTourist clinic Poreč, Mauro Gioseffi 2, PorečTourist clinic Pula, Flanatička 27, PulaRovinj Tourist Clinic, Matteo Benussi 6, 52210 RovinjOTHERPrivate tourist clinic, Trg na lokvi 1, Rovinj All other important numbers are available HERE. Primorsko-goranska županija We bring you the contact addresses and telephone numbers of available tourist clinics on the Adriatic. Dubrovnik-Neretva County Numbers and addresses of tourist clinics: Tourist clinic Grad Androvičeva bb, 20000 Dubrovnik 020 / 641-676Touristic clinic Mljet Goveđari, 20226 Mljet 020 / 744-060Tourist clinic Ston, Put Braće Mihanovića7, 20230 Ston 020 / 641-699Tourist clinic Trpanj, Put dubokog doca 1,20240 Trpanj 020 / 743-404 Hospital 1, 53291, Novalja, 053 741 190 Tourist clinic – Krk, Vinogradska bb, Phone: +385 51 221 143Tourist clinic – Njivice, Primorska bb (hotel Jadran), Phone: +385 51 846 048Tourist clinic – Šilo, Nova cesta bb, Phone: +385 51 852 354Tourist clinic – Baška, Ul. Emila Geistlicha 39 (on the ground floor of the Hotel Corinthia II), Tel .: +385 99 609 407Tourist clinic – Cres, Turion 26, Phone: +385 51 572 214 Tourist clinic – Martinšćica, Martinšćica 92 (A / C Slatina), Phone: +385 51 574 127Tourist clinic – Mali Lošinj, Priko 69, Phone: +385 51 231 804Tourist clinic – Nerezine, Vladimira Gortana bb, Phone: +385 51 237 098Tourist clinic – Punta Križa, Punta Križa bb, Phone: +385 51 235 684 Tourist clinic – Rab, Palit 143 a, Phone: +385 51 776 980 Tourist clinic – Lopar, Lopar bb, Phone: +385 51 775 165 Tourist clinic Mrkopalj, Školska 4, Phone: +385 51 833 233 In the area of ​​Zadar County during the tourist season, ZZHM has additional teams for the area of ​​Zadar, Vir, Biograd and Pag. Photo: Pixabay.comlast_img read more

Vision for block shortlived like Wattle Tree site

first_imgOne vintage downtown Vancouver home that appears to be in jeopardy has become busy and beloved recently — and not just by spiritual seekers, full-moon drummers and young moms looking for community. In March, Wattle Tree Place won Vancouver’s Downtown Association’s award for the Best New Business of 2017.Wattle Tree — a New Age-flavored cafe and hangout that offers everything from oracle readings and massage therapy to children’s story time and occasional live music in its imaginatively landscaped backyard — was launched in August by two Australian sisters whose unlikely life paths landed them in downtown Vancouver. They contend that they sketched their dream business property on a piece of paper, and it miraculously manifested on East 16th Street near Main: a 1910 arts-and-crafts bungalow with a covered porch, brick columns and exposed rafters and brackets. It’s a classy, friendly old place on a leafy downtown street.“I wanted to own my own business, ” Anna Phillips said, one focusing on healing and wellness, motherhood and meditation, community and coffee. Phillips, her sister Sophie Wegecsanyi, and their husbands have installed cafe infrastructure on the ground floor, remodeled upstairs rooms for massage therapists and midwives, and developed a complex backyard landscape of pathways and sandboxes, picnic tables and gardens, patios and canopies. They’ve also heard from descendants of former residents, who tell tales of life in the house in decades past.But the sisters don’t own the property. They rent it from a Portland developer who bought the whole block a few months ago, and said it was his intention to redevelop.“When we took it on, we knew the chances were good that it would sell,” Phillips said. “The shock was that the business took off.”last_img read more