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... English. I continue to kick myself for not listening to my grandmother, who was from Grodna, Belarus, just to learn a few words. However, the younger people are willing to struggle with me as I try to order lunch and dinner at restaurants. Like Chicago they dress very practically and stylish. Full length fur coats and matching hats are not uncommon (sorry PETA). Everyone looks warm. I have ...
... 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 ...
After the thud, thud, thud of last night's wedding disco which did finish as promised (when I went to complain about the noise to reception - I was being a very grumpy old man) I then hear the staff clearing away the tables. Dragging them along the floor the reverberations are felt upstairs and it sounds like a pod of whales drifting by with their underwater sounds.
After getting on for 11hrs sleep I find somewhere for brunch as breakfast finished hours ago. ...
... 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 ...
... the 6th and 8th centuries Slavs first settled in the region. In 1240, when the Mongols came from the East, most of Belarus was left unscathed, and that is perhaps where the name comes from (Belarus translates to “white Russia,” white perhaps referring to ethnic purity). In the 14th century the territory was incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (the dual state of Lithuania and Poland). For 400 years Belarus was not under ...
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