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... provide change in this practical currency.
I further feel it is ridiculous that your immigration slip is only half an A4, and contains no more than 10 questions about my previous criminal activities. Also, your border officials neglected to unpack my tightly stuffed backpack, check my sudoku puzzles, sniff my underwear and browse through my toiletries. Lastly, we were heavily disappointed that the full proceedings took no more than half ...
... and the speed of the lectures. Right now i need to record certain parts to relisten to the info once again afterwards.
Really like the translation and the engish language classes, logic and french. Though sometimes have to miss some of the classes to do the homework or sleep a bit more.
The training are getting harder everytime. I work them out very well. My heart feels better. But I think ...
... get used to it and just forget the usual state for people. That becomes usual for you instead, so you just do not pay attention to you body aching all over. And it's fun as well ^_^
1) + finally back in the taekwondo gym,
+ no sugar since i'm in strict training (starting from this monday),
- oh, damn, forgot about pills today, something i'm used to doing, unfortunately
+ no weighting first two weeks
... a few points to ...
... as I’m normal looking (no comments, please) and clearly not an obsessed fan. Order a cappuccino and sit in comfy lobby chair facing the scenic lifts. Sure enough, Depeche Mode ascend. The lead singer looks at me and I look at him thinking to myself Marc Almond’s aged a bit and singing the tune to Tainted Love in my head. Except, I'm confused. It’s not Marc Almond and they didn’t sing Tainted Love…..that was Soft Cell….as I read on ...
... to Minsk, I was of the belief that my visiting Belarus was contingent upon my receiving of a Belarusian visa. Everything I had heard and read said as much and so I headed to the Belarusian consulate in St. Petersburg and applied for a visa. The application made me laugh, as it wanted to know exactly what I planned to do in Belarus and my exact itinerary and I needed to buy my plane tickets in advance and get a letter from my hotel certifying that I would be staying there the ...
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