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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... these huge distances!) around without looking at our maps, encountering famous landmarks by chance rather than by design. Minsk is actually pretty pretty, but it's not really a city to go around in on foot. And it's an even worse place to sit down in for a coffee. First of all, you can't hear yourself think with all that loud traffic. Secondly, Belarussians smoke like chimneys, especially when having a drink. And thirdly, they don't really ...
... be looked into the evening, as well as the rest of the homework.
2 - the lectures in french are in the morning (9.30-11.30, Tue, Wedn and Fri), i need to wake up at around 6.30-7.00 to do yoga, have breakfast and plugmyself into the language (it's going to be hard to understand french so early at first.
3 - Friday - supposedly, a day off classes at mslu (which is not true, actually) - is to be dedicated to the preparation and homework at Franc-Bel Uni, ...
... cardto buy his lessons. I'd like to have and study them so much! It's genious. And it is a real pity Belorus is not in the list of respectable counties. (can only guess why not)
3) + what surprised me was the fact that as soon as i decided to work on this project of mine (british accents) every day it happens just like magic: i meet people who offer their help, or just interested in my studies, who try to support me and ask to ...
... I ask why all the security. They laugh and tell me it’s meant to be a secret. Well obviously not that secret as they would’ve blended in a tad better. Joke with them that they can tell me, I’m British and will be in Kiev tomorrow. He laughs and is sort of wanting to tell me but daren’t. All they say is that it’s a soldier. I probe further and understand it’s an important Belarussian soldier……but that could be a cunning red ...
... and Minsk there are so rarely people not from former Soviet Republics.
I was confused in the airport, and I was confused the entire weekend. I felt that Minsk was a city of contradictions. Everyone says Belarus is the most unchanged country of all the former Soviet Republics, with a closed economy, but I felt that though the Soviet past could be felt very strongly, there are enough bursts of capitalism that if he could, the Lenin statue in the center of the city would ...