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... and the speed of the lectures. Right now i need to record certain parts to relisten to the info once again afterwards.
Really like the translation and the engish language classes, logic and french. Though sometimes have to miss some of the classes to do the homework or sleep a bit more.
The training are getting harder everytime. I work them out very well. My heart feels better. But I think ...
... get used to it and just forget the usual state for people. That becomes usual for you instead, so you just do not pay attention to you body aching all over. And it's fun as well ^_^
1) + finally back in the taekwondo gym,
+ no sugar since i'm in strict training (starting from this monday),
- oh, damn, forgot about pills today, something i'm used to doing, unfortunately
+ no weighting first two weeks
... a few points to ...
... hot for that and a lot of sweaty bodies gyrate to the music and the instructions being shouted out by the teacher.
A few yards away are Segways to hire for 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 minutes. Not been on one since a tour of Tallinn some years ago so ask for a 15min hire but when told I can only go to about 20m away around a flower bed I downgrade to 5mins. Not sure anyone would want to spend 60mins Segwaying around a flower bed.
Find fairground rides further ...
... disaster affected Belarus more than any other country and was a key factor in spurring the movement for independence. Although it had no history as a politically or economically independent country, Belarus gained its independence in August 1991. Lukashenka was elected in the country’s first ever presidential election and has been in power ever since. In the almost two decades since he was elected, Lukashenka has set about consolidating his power (referendums were passed ...
... a weird tower, that the head of the KGB demanded to be built, even though it wasn’t symmetrical. We admired the impressive buildings that were built after the city of Minsk was demolished due to World War II. We checked out the confectionary shop that had assistants still wearing bright coloured uniforms with hats. This gave us a feeling that we had just stepped back into the 60’s or 70’s. We checked out the old soviet GUM department store. And as we ...
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