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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 ...
... of this trip and couldn't get back to the airport to resume it. Weird. I had woken up just before the train was due to get to Kazan. By the time it pulled into the station, it was just getting light. Far too early to start sightseeing so I sat in the station waiting area for a call couple of hours nodding off for a bit until places started opening for breakfast. At around 8:30 I set out for the city in search of food, making a beeline (sort of) for the main strip, Ulitsa ...
... the room were as you would expect. I’m glad I brought flip-flops.
Kazan is … different.
It is the capital of Tatarstan, an autonomous region populated by Tatars, an ancient Turkic people. You won’t find onion domes here. All right, who am I kidding, it is still Russia. You just won’t feel quite as swamped by them.
Once again, the city is dominated by the Kremlin. The Kremlin is dominated by the ...
... knew it, people
started coming out of rooms we hadn’t even noticed yet, it felt like something
out of a horror movie – all of these zombie like people coming out of all
corners of this tiny hostel. Soon enough the room was full of tired looking,
hung over people, draping themselves over the crusty furniture. That was our
sign to get out of there and explore the city and see if there was anywhere
else we could stay for the ...