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... pretty well. The only thing that seemed to wake us up was the times the train stopped.
Negotiating the shower was interesting. It has a water saving feature that means the water switches off every 30 seconds and you have to keep pressing the button to get water. I’m sure by the end of the trip we will have learned how to handle this. Breakfast was a buffet which was again an interesting exercise in a confined space.
... it is blazing hot, high 80's and blazing sun, and the next week it is rainy and cold, 50's during the day and 40's during the night. I have given up on trying to figure it out. Returning to the subject of consuming drinks and food, I would like to clarify that NOT everything I eat and drink here is delicious. Sometimes I really wish my host mom had a hungry dog, and other times I question whether or not even a hungry dog would eat it. I am all about the sirniki, blini, ...
... himself to get one for me. He followed through and I was able to leave with my Egyptian goody bag. I now have a tote bag, poster, numerous books, a few maps, lots of pencils, a few pins, a bracelet, a few rings, and more from Egypt. I currently have one small magnet from Kazan, which was also free. I will try to fix this ratio before returning to America to avoid any confusion of where I studied. Upon the conclusion of my Egyptian adventure, I returned home to relax and study. ...
... university, with one of the guys’ ID’s being just enough to get me past the uninterested security guards. Inside, they took me to a communications class, which was probably interesting enough, had I spoken better Russian. The classroom, by the way, turned out to have the best view of Moscow I’ve ever seen. Once the class was over we each went our separate ways, and I was left to figure out what exactly had just happened.
... br> quick to try and engage with him. They
were all really eager to see some pictures about South Africa, so we fired up
the old laptop and showed them whatever pictures we had, with lots of ooooh’s
and aaaaah’s following pictures of elephants, sharks and lions! Another random
question we were asked, is ‘why are we dressed the way we were, on TV people
from America and England are always dressed so ‘classy’. If ...