Travel Blogs from Druskininkai
... crossed the 'dead line', he waskilled on the spot by one of the guards. How can it be connected with the time limit today? Probably, when people started to use the expression for time issues, they killed each other for being late with something :)
What i've done today on my way to the dreams:
1) + (a two-hour training, less sugar)
... to my vegetarian diet (no meat/fish or any dead creature), though i will include eggs in my ration
- no food 2 hours before the trainging, and in the evening (ap. from a cup of tea with some honey)
c) improve my general health state:
- heart supporting vitamins (MgB6 3 times a day)
- good sleep (start changing my "day frames", so as to be able to train 2 times a day in spring)
... way? No. Does it require so much of your energy to think so? No. So it's simple. At first sight. The real difficulty appears when you need to accept that idea and believe in you being in that state, being a champion. When you accept that you accept a completely new picture of yourself, you shoulder the responsibility for the consequences. You ask yourself: what does a real champion do? He trains every day pushing himself to the limit. Can I do that? The answer to ...
... belorussian). Any person who walks along the street in a belorusian town will hear russian speech, that's why so many foreigners become very startled to know that one more languade exists on the grounds of the country. Sad situation, indeed.
Still... why not russian/belorussian?
Languages are my passion, and i believe that one needs to "feel" a language to speak it correctly and to the point. I like the exression "the language of the soul" mntioned ...
... river and and we tried some Lithuanian food & beer. Afterwards we went for a bit more of a wander around the area, then found a supermarket where we found some more Lithuanian goodies and made our way back towards Poland (with a couple stops in neat-looking areas of course). Our last night at the cloisters - good games, drinks, twin peaks, and of course a sing-along! (thanks for learning Summer of '69 ...