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... correct destination and after being quite amused again by our Australian speaking, portable Navigator Man, interpreting the street names into good old ‘Aussie speak’, we walked the 950m to our hotel which was this time a ‘PROPER’ hotel, unlike the last one.
Snooze, walk in the Botanical gardens, dinner at Hotel restaurant, room for computer stuff and then the World Cup final on ...
... Well after my wonder it was dinner time, I had a bit of a craving for a burger and went to the American diner that was round the corner from the hostel. Probably not the best choice for dinner in Russia but I needed a burger! That evening I went back to the hostel full stuffed (because I ordered the biggest burger they had) expecting to get a good night sleep on a proper bed. But that would be too good to be true, the mattress must have been so old or used ...
So after plenty of reading I now have the first part of my time in Mongolia arranged. I'm staying at a hostel that is built into a school and I will be helping that school with whatever they need from me for at least a week. Helping teach English, paint fences, improve the facilities, whatever they feel I can help with best is what I'll be doing. The hostel is very very cheap but the opportunity to help those less fortunate and make a difference ...
Although you sort of admire her Alysia Montano of the USA starts the 800m at a suicidal rate going through in 56 seconds with a huge lead but then tying up near the end to lose all medals finishing 4th. To go from 56 to 62 is crazy. Russian Olympic champion Manya Savinova was running her normal clever tactical race but was surprisingly cut down by Eunice Sum of Kenya in the last few metres to the disappointment of the ...
... an eclectic mix of Orthodox, Chassidic, and "just Jews" in jeans and T shirts show up. It is an incredible feeling to daven in Moscow, in essence declaring victory over Stalin and the Communists who wanted to wipe out Judaism. On our last day, we visit a new, Frank Meisler designed, synagogue and holocaust education center, a $100 million Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, and a small private Russian Jewish History museum.
It is hard to imagine ...