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What an interesting day today. We travelled all this morning and during the morning we had a chance to talk to the tour guides as a group and ask anything we wanted. Nothing was off limits. We found out a bit about their personal lives, but finally we got the chance to ask their thoughts about the situation in Ukraine. As a couple of them grew up in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine on the border with Crimea it was a wonderful chance ...
... impose on people ideas and lifestyles not of their choosing.
America was founded on principles that were and are wonderfully atypical in the history of the planet. This blog is already overlong, so I won't elaborate on those ideals. Yet while my own respect for our founding has only grown as I've traveled, I've also become less of an interventionist hawk. Involving ourselves in the plight of other cultures and races can be a noble ...
... meal served at "parties" at home to celebrate birthdays or other celebrations. (No wonder they look sour!) The first dish turned out to be cooked veges of various types, mixed with cooked dried peas, eggs and a little chicken. The soup was beige (and tasted "beige"). The stroganoff tasted okay, but wasn't especially tender. The icecream was a bit of a cheat I felt.
From lunch we went on to the Peter and Paul Fortress (1703), which has walls ...
... 4 km to get there. After leaving these nice people and after snuggling their two black cats and their neighbors' puppy, I thought that I was completely satisfied and I headed back to my hospital. (Я должн 72; сказа 90;ь, что это была не перва 03; моя ...
... less), there would be duty free etc. but NO! Tiny room with bad seats and a kiosk. Next a security person arrived and told us we had to move to a different gate lounge. Followed her with 2 other travellers and were shown into our new gate lounge. No toilet, no water, no shops, no air stifling hot, nothing! Then the doors were locked and we sat there for one and one half hours before being released to get on the plane(it really felt like we were released). Talk about third world, ...