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... situation. I have actually not been asked thus far. While watching the news with my host mom in the morning, she has talked about it a few times, but I have never fully understood her. I will get pieces here and there, but it is a very complex topic that can't be pieced together as easily as other topics with the language barrier. The news in general though is quite interesting. For one of our classes, we are required to watch the Russian television news to be discussed ...
... enter. You may think that it would not be that hard to figure out if I think about what I saw in the morning, which way I was facing, etc. Well, I did all of that and narrowed it down to like six doors. See, all the buildings are connected, which means there are several doors very close together (probably 20-30 feet apart) all facing the same way. For a little background, I have three different keys to get into my apartment. There is one for the complex gate (I ...
... elusive river port, which was a bit of a mess to be honest, laid up wrecks and rusty cranes. On our walk we're stopped by a chatty local Russian called Victor on the bridge over the railway for the usual broken English conversation:- Travelling?...oooo, Do you have children?..niet, Where are you from?...Leeds ...ah...Leeds Utd!....shame we don't do football ;)
Leaving the bridge a bit frazzled by the sun we wait for the train ...
... you get a chance to cook for yourself, you take it.
The following day, Vadim took us on a walking tour of historical Yekaterinburg, or as we now like to call it, the monument city. As we walked around in the cold wind and snow, Vadim explained the importance of this city in terms of Russia’s interesting history. He showed us the former KGB building where 800 people per day were murdered in the basement under Stallin’s regime. ...
... soon as possible. Slightly awkward moments followed. Off the bus we walked past McDonalds to the supermarket. There was a lady standing outside the entrance that called us over we had to put our handbags into the larger plastic bags and then the lady heat-sealed them. Way to call me a thief! You don’t know me!! We had a field day buying pot noodles, porridge, condensed milk, M&Ms, canned corn, juice and most importantly vodka and colouring-in books. Boom! ...
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