Travel Blogs from Minsk
... I don't know whether it's connected to your jumping all the time, so that the contents of your head (there're some in my head, i believe) are shaking violently. It's much easier just to kick a person with your mind switched off, but it's not what helps you to win, I think.
- focus on improving the speed of the contrattack (practise and improve my reaction)
- don't attack if I don't feel like doing it, catch the opponent's movements in progress (when he's just ...
... doing sport orienting in the forest for the 1st time in my life. About 12-13 km running around in the forest, having almost drawn in a boggy swamp, where we got lost... but at the end it was fascinating to think what we had done.
5) My 1st time rowing and trying kayak-paddling. It needed too much balance i could provide after the 12 km of orienting.
6) It was the 1st time ...
... 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 ...
... 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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Other places to stay in Minsk
15-201 Storozhevskaya Ulitsa, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $131
31 Pobediteley Avenue, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $107
11 Nezavisimosti (Skoriny) Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $195
39 Pushkin Ave, Minsk | 3 star hotelfrom $128
19 Masherov ( Pobediteley) Avenue, Minsk | 2 star hotelfrom $115
59, Pobediteley Ave, Minsk | 4 star hotelfrom $215
13 Kirova str., Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $211
Internatsionalnaya Str. 28, Minsk | 5 star hotelfrom $308
Brilevskaya 2, Minsk | Hotelfrom $102
11 Gazeta Pravda Ave, Minsk | Hotelfrom $72
81 Partizansky Ave., Minsk | Hotelfrom $91
Azgura 3, Minsk | Hotelfrom $43
Yanki Kupaly 25, Minsk | Hotelfrom $120
Staroborisovsky trakt 4, Minsk | Hotelfrom $42