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... 8220;I’ve read things man… on the internet” through a haze of stoned consciousness, immediately drops down my list of people I want to be friends with. I think we’ll be trying to politely avoid him over the next few days.
Checking in at around the same time as us, was Emre. He’s an electrical engineer from Ankara in Turkey. As we were all new to Moscow, the three of us went out together, first to get some cash and them to get some ...
... to get things done) without paying about another A$140. Thought well if we have to we have to but thought it would be best to confirm they would also not still be on holiday by the time we got there. Which now could not be checked until tomorrow.
So off we set for the ‘Russian National Dance’ show at the Cosmos hotel. As soon as we arrived we understood the reason for the name Cosmos as the area had scattered monuments and sculptures etc. ...
... there and watched him run. I didn't notify the police or security bc it was such a little amount and I don't want to deal with police in another country.
Even if he got the wallet I still had all my cash and passport in my pocket. If I wasn't right outside my terminal I wouldn't have been so bold to grab back. Who thinks they'll get robbed at an airport? And he already had a black eye from something so he's not a good fighter. For some reason ...
The midnight train to Moscow is 9 hours. After some quick math, Professor Coyle and I discerned that our average velocity was around 40 miles per hour….sound warping speed. Our "cabin" was about 50 square feet, consisted of two bunk beds, and had to fit three individuals along with their entourage of suitcases. After some small talk relating to the Boston Red Sox all three of us went to sleep in our clothes and shoes, basking in the ambiance of train ...
... of athletics. Fraser-Pryce scorched through again, Ahoure just hanging on to silver, while Gemili raced through for another pb, two in the day, taking another .19 off (.13 earlier) and going under 20 seconds for the first time, 19:98. Chris O'Hare looks a right racer, prepared to get in and have a go and qualified, having given the 5inches taller Frenchman a heck of a shove, in an admittedly slow race. Mo, once again, took the lead 600m ...