However, on Thursday, he took to Instagram to get his revenge.“One, two, three, go!” shouts Neymar as around a dozen youngsters fall to the ground of a parking lot.“That’s a free-kick!” screams the Brazilian breaking into fits of laughter.The video was released with a hashtag #ChallengeDAFALTA, the free-kick challenge in Portuguese.During the recent World Cup, the player’s antics sparked the “Neymar Challenge” where he was widely mocked.In Mexico, a football club organised a competition in which contestants attempted to roll the entire length of the pitch.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Falling down: Neymar at the World Cup © AFP/File / JOE KLAMARRIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Jul 19 – Neymar took a swipe at his critics on Thursday with a tongue-in-cheek video in which he teaches children how to dive.The Brazilian superstar was widely lambasted at the World Cup for his theatrical reactions to challenges which often left the world’s most expensive footballer wincing and rolling on the ground.
A huge meteor shower.Donegal stargazers are set for one of the year’s biggest meteor showers, the Perseids, peaks in activity.Tonight is due to have the highest level of activity, with the number of shooting stars at 20 times the figure for a usual night.Additionally, meteors will be visible at 10 times the normal frequency on Thursday, and at five times the usual frequency on Friday. The Perseids will be visible in all parts of the sky, and Astronomy Ireland are calling on the public to take part in monitoring efforts.David Moore, of Astronomy Ireland’s, encouraged stargazers to count the number of meteors seen every 15 minutes and report findings to the organisation.“This will help us tell if the shower is getting weaker or stronger as the years pass,” said Mr Moore said, adding “this year is particularly good for getting high numbers as the Moon will not brighten the sky”.Anyone out tonight (WED) will also be able to see the International Space Station (ISS) pass over Ireland. Astronomy Ireland said that the station will pass over much slower than the meteors, “almost overhead, looking like a bright star.” The ISS is expected to be visible nightly until Sunday August 16th, and Astronomy Ireland will release exact times for visibility every evening.DONEGAL STARGAZERS SET FOR STUNNING METEOR SHOWER TONIGHT was last modified: August 12th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalMETEOR SHOWER
Los Cabos, Mexico – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineBetween January 2 and 16 of 2011, the luxurious One&Only Palmilla invites you to discover Los Cabos and the gorgeous Sea of Cortez with a special Winter Getaway package. Stay in one of the resort’s beautiful Ocean Front Superior Rooms at the starting nightly rate of $450. Guests opting to stay for four nights or more will receive a $100 resort credit.The ocean view room, perched atop a striking cliff, offers splendid sea vistas, as well as décor that blends distinctive Mexican artistry and modern luxury. The private terrace comes equipped with a daybed and personal telescope for stargazing. Guests can choose from pillow and aromatherapy turndown menus, and have their every need met by the personal, round-the-clock butler service.For more information, visit www.oneandonlypalmilla.com