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We are now nearing the end of our two weeks in Moscow. Two weeks of studying has improved my Russian slightly but I'm still limited to life's essentials like ordering a beer. But it's been a good experience, fun and met some great people.
We will soon be back in the UK sorting out visas and tying up many loose ends before the next trip! We may be unemployed but sadly there's no time to sit on our *****.
... her folded up stroller was going to fit, so it ended up in the middle of the cabin between the two beds. The mother rigged up some sheets to create a canopy around the bottom bunk, and I went to bed with headphones on - just in case. I had a terrible sleep, but not through the fault of the baby who was surprisingly quiet. The first thing you need to know is that the door to our cabin requires a good hard pull to open, makes quite a bit of noise, and the hallway lights are left on ...
... br> I say goodbye to Dimi and send him off to get some well deserved sleep as he says in three days he only got about two hours sleep. I assure him i can get on the plane on my own.
Tari reminds me there is just one thing more to do that we kept forgetting to do. So off to the water side we go to dip our toe in the black sea.
Driver has arrived and it is time to say goodbye to Tari and Brad at the hotel and finally to the olympics, olympic city of Sochi and ...
... cross (which they are still building, we'll see how that goes). Anyway, I managed to get up and down 2 of the 3 lifts with out a problem. Ok, that's not entirely true. I did have to jump off one and haul ass to keep from being taken out by the chair. How embarrassing would it be for a team doc to end up in the hospital after being mowed down by a chairlift. Anyway, I survived my own version of ski jumping and headed to the last lift, only to be told "Niet" and blocked out by ...
... if he speaks English, and I ask Вы поним
81;ский and he says, simply, 'no.’ Diney persists, asking whether or not we are in the right place to buy a ticket t for St Petersburg, and he confirms that we are. Sweet!
The lad’s friend seems equally amused and relieved that the foreigners were talking to his friend and not to ...