40 Let Pobedy (40 Years of Victory)
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Dear Belarussian Militsia,
I am writing to complain about the treatment my friend and I underwent at the border of your country.
First of all, the lady militsia that boarded our bus (which passed by the queue of waiting cars and trucks, I might add!) actually smiled at us! Secondly, the babushka at the mandatory health insurance counter immediately understood our steinkohlen-Russki, and had the nerve not only to accept Euros, ...
... Trying to put it in order now...:
- Centre Franco-Bielorussie:
I simply and truly love it. The lectures are incredible as well as the proferrors themselves. The university-student relashionship is so different from these in a belorusian universities!
Briefly, i like the system and i'm working really hard to absorb as much information and ideas from these people as i can.
... i'm going to study even harder after i'm used to ...
... and the pain's terrible. One should be quite inventive to find a position to sleep in, 'cause if you don't it can be even worse in the night and morning.
I'm glad i've found a solution for not feeling that much pain - it's constant training. You never stop for more than 12 hours, it's can be painful to do some excercises when you can use the stairs or just suddenly stand up, it should be done very carefully. Still if you feel it day in day ...
... told it’s Depeche Mode arriving, like right now. And they do, literally, as I’m told this. Except their black SUVs whizz down into the basement garage leaving the 50 or so fans bitterly disappointed. One has a homemade placard saying "Belarus is waiting for Depeche Mode" - she smiles for the camera. Hmm. I have a cunning plan. I remember the atrium has glass elevators and they’ll have to come up them from the garage. Walk in to hotel and only allowed in ...
... perplexing, and I really don’t know what to make of my visit. I will start at the beginning. Belarus and Russia are two countries where visas are a serious matter (as we learned the hard way in Bosnia). The past semester students from my program took a train back to St. Petersburg from Kiev and didn’t realize the train went through Belarus. They were pulled off the train at the border, detained, and deposited on the Ukrainian side of the border. In the weeks leading up ...
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