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... amazing food at a local restaurant near the beach and we just chilled Russian style. By the end of the night, Most Russians had switched to English to speak to me and I really felt welcome in the group.
That's why I have the utmost respect for Russians even though a lot of people hate em. At first, they seem cold and distant, serious...but once you get to know them, they are some of the funniest, friendliest but also most generous people I know.
... Canadians stumbled upon us again too so beers and BBQ’s were had in honour of the aussies who hadn’t BBQ’d for ages!! We also met some cool Belgiums Pietr-Jan & Valerie and Austrians Daniel & Stephanie (both boys coincidently were geography and sports teachers) and had a few laughs over a beer with them also. Great memories.
Here, we have also done SOOOOOO much exercise – thank goodness as we have also become addicted to trying the ...
... simple that you would not need a map because we may be able to speak the language but we certainly cant read the road signs. We don’t find any of our of destinations. Guide book quote – "pretty hard to find without a local but a taxi can get you there one way for 10 euros." Easy
Day 2 – get a map. A perfect day easily finds the beautiful black lake and circumnavigate around it by ...
... br> Access to wifi is in the lounge area where we're sitting in very comfy purple lounge chairs. The purple matches the curtains and the waiter's purple shirt. It's always nice to be colour coordinated!
There has been another storm while we have been here and the weather turned instant chill. Perhaps they'll light the huge fireplace in the middle of the room if it gets much colder. But then again, it's not that cold; it's just that we're sitting here in our warmer ...
... falter in the middle, caught in the current, you see them swim for what seems like an eternity before they even start to get anywhere. They all make it, eventually to the other side. And you see them sat there, thinking about how they now have to come back, it's all doable, but it's so much more powerful than you ever thought it to be.
On Tuesday we drove into Montenegro in wetsuits and life jackets. We crossed the border and drove into what I am told is the ...