Travel Blogs from Druskininkai
All the way down South in Lithuania there is a magical place, where the Berlin Wall still exists, where you can hear Russian march songs are playing from wooden security posts, and order Ruskij chai with a single cube of sugar and a musty cookie.
Welcome to Grūto Parkas, a.k.a. Stalin World!
... nouveau vocabuaire:
- une explication plausible
- nommer en memoire de
- un moyen de circuler facilement
- transport de marchandises
- (le) partimoine mondial de l'UNESCO
...Did you konw that a "deead line" during The Civil War in America used to define a real line which was drawn around the camp of the prisoners and served as the border of the camp. If ...
... french and get the B2-level at the exam next year:
*** There're no courses in Minsk to prepare for that french exam, though i've found out recently about the Franco-Belorussian Center in the embassy. They organise classes IN french (economy, political studies, ect.). It's not easy to get there, though.
a) pass the entrance exam at the embassy (it is oral: one is to read a french newspaper article, summarise it and retell, ...
... of new information for you.
In "the blade" you are not allowed to write in a flowery style, it should contain a precise plan of your actions, condensed and simple instructions.
The last part "The rime frost" is for your side-thinking, phylosophy, any idea you want to explain your opinion on.
- Another idea is the structire of "my list". It should be very organised as I'm going to use it for almost a year as a guide. During the last five years ...
... of my friends.The language of my soul is russian, but years of keeping notes in english made it possible for me to "feel" one more language, at least to some extent. Don't quite remember when i reached the point when I started thinking and seeing dreams in english. In fact, only by creating an artifitial english-speaking atmosphere around me I manage to use that language every day.
2) Why do i start a "travel" blog?
I adore travelling and people ...