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 ...
b) get back to my weight category (45 kg) (never ever start silly non-eating diet! training will be impossible, plus additional heart problems. still, i need to cut off some products as well as decide on the right timing)
- cut off sugar (i said finishing a buiscuit, haha), pastry, white bread. Allowed: rye/wholegrained bread, a bar of dark chocolate (100 g a week)
- concentrate on the protein products ...
... in terms of writing/remembering. The idea of putting it into life can be tough, however elementary it may sound. For example instead of writing "I'd like to improve my technics in taekwondo, learn very complex kicks and be able to use them in sparring", you may write "I'd like to become a champion", which basically includes a lot more than the first long phrase, and is easy to keep in mind. However, not so many people say that. Why? Is anybody prohibited from ...
... 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 ...