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... be looked into the evening, as well as the rest of the homework.
2 - the lectures in french are in the morning (9.30-11.30, Tue, Wedn and Fri), i need to wake up at around 6.30-7.00 to do yoga, have breakfast and plugmyself into the language (it's going to be hard to understand french so early at first.
3 - Friday - supposedly, a day off classes at mslu (which is not true, actually) - is to be dedicated to the preparation and homework at Franc-Bel Uni, ...
... i've found interesting on the topic. That's amazing, indeed.
4) + going to get my documents and set up the date of my exam. Need to recall the theory as well as talk my mum into driving her car a little (driving license)
5) +/- had some speaking-in-front-of-the-group experience during first 3 day in the uni
6) - no movements in that area yet (travelling)
It's already 1am! Time really flies. Good luch tomorrow and always.
... 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 ...
... I would be in Belarus. But that went smoothly and I received the visa, which specified that I would be in Minsk for exactly three days. On the day of my departure I headed to the international airport (there are two in St. Petersburg), because I assumed Minsk was an international destination. But it turned out I underestimated the level of cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, and it was at the airport that my trip took a turn for the bizarre. ...
... made our way there, walked around the ‘animal enclosures’, strolled through the museum with our Russian speaking only guide who insisted in guiding us through, even though we didn’t speak Russian. We also got the all important nudey shot of Shaun in the National Park. This excursion wasn’t your usual visit to a National Park. But of course this was Belarus, such a quirky country.
After reading this blog so far, you may be thinking that ...
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