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... It's not something to be ashemed of, just a good way to come back to the breathing. So I did cry a bit.
(3) some fresh air for a few minutes and I'm alive and kicking.
All in all, the training was quite fruitful. As well as the yesterday session in the climbing gym, however hard it was to get up in the morning. Had to actually struggle with my own body in the morning. It was the winner in the ...
... transport is cheap and runs on time....
I never saw any drunks/vagrants and everyone appeared to be reasonably well off. I don't think I got to see the downside to it though, you'd have to spend a bit more time there I think.
They have elections and they don't have to vote, but as most of them work for the state they are encouraged to do so.....
When I asked if they had a choice who to vote for, the answers were a bit cagey so I ...
... and hop off - ubiquitous in every city. Well this was a hop on for 2hrs flat in a hot, sweaty, stuffy bus and hop off at the end of the tour. There's lots of government buildings in Minsk. It's their top tourist attraction along with numerous Olympic training centres (I bet you didn't know that Minsk has Europe's largest ice hockey arena) and residential developments. Not entirely convinced there's going to be a lot of places I can ...
... escorted us to the car and driver awaiting our arrival.
We were taken directly to the Orbita Hotel, with its very typical Soviet era design. Before long, we discovered that our room, like most hotel rooms in Belarus, did not have air conditioning. Frank spoke to the manager and within a short amount of time we learned there were no air conditioned rooms in the hotel and so we were brought a fan.
By now we were ...
... to get a surprise. Both good and bad, we definitely got surprised when we visited Belarus, a quirky country.
When discussing our possible visit to the soviet style country of Belarus, a fellow traveller warned us 'it is a failed country’, ‘it is a dictatorship’, ‘you will hate it’. When we asked if he had been there, he replied ‘no, it is a failed country’. With his warnings, it just made us more eager to explore ...
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