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... province of... ahem.. excuse me: capital of the Free and Independent Nation of Belarus.
Upon first sight, it looked like any of the other (post)Soviet countries that Nona and I have visited before: a beautifully decorated metro that runs on old plastic coins which you buy per piece at a counter and then shove futilely into a machine that doesn't work, under the all-seeing eye of a couple militsia, ...
... terms of time it would be (i'll practically have to sleep less to manage additional studies of music). First step's already done: i've found me a teacher! She will helpme with the violin whie i'll return her the favour giving her english lessons! :)
It's high time i allowed my head to switch off and went to bed. The morning is going to be fabulous: the french methodologie lecture at CFB and my first violin lesson afrerwards!
... people tell about sleeping hours. That's really great if one can sleep about 4-5 hours a day. I'm sencerely glad for such people. But the fact is that i'm not to practise it, in no case. My heart & body needs about 7 hours. It's different when i'm not training, it used to be different when I hadn't had this weak heart, or it was enough for me that time. Not anymore.
2) + i'm studying really hard now that i have some basics
... also walking in for dinner. They’ve obviously heard I’m in town and are following me. Just can't get enough.
At the station I’ve managed to work out the Cyrhillic departure board and that my train departs platform 17. Except I don’t know how to get to platform 17. There’s a lot of smart looking men and women milling about both inside and out. All in dark suits. They’re blending in about as well as I am and are clearly ...
... It turns out I went to the wrong airport, because flights to Minsk are treated as domestic flights, but I was able to get to the right one in time. It wasn’t until I sat down on the plane though that I realized I might have a problem, as I had not technically left the Russian Federation. I had not gone through passport control, my passport had no new stamps, and I still had the migration card I had filled out after travel week. I didn’t go through passport control when ...