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Since we moved to Vienna I have left all of the blog entries up to Joan. However, she has not been able to accompany me yet to Minsk so it is up to me to tell the story. So here it goes... I still haven't put my finger on why I like going to Minsk but I do. This is my third trip this year. The first was in January when the temperature was -21 degrees C. When I complained to Joan she sympathetically said "You're ...
... It's not something to be ashemed of, just a good way to come back to the breathing. So I did cry a bit.
(3) some fresh air for a few minutes and I'm alive and kicking.
All in all, the training was quite fruitful. As well as the yesterday session in the climbing gym, however hard it was to get up in the morning. Had to actually struggle with my own body in the morning. It was the winner in the ...
After the thud, thud, thud of last night's wedding disco which did finish as promised (when I went to complain about the noise to reception - I was being a very grumpy old man) I then hear the staff clearing away the tables. Dragging them along the floor the reverberations are felt upstairs and it sounds like a pod of whales drifting by with their underwater sounds.
After getting on for 11hrs sleep I find somewhere for brunch as breakfast finished hours ago. ...
... again!) and soon were feasting on a delightful lunch at a Lebanese restaurant.
Next we departed for our whirlwind city tour, starting with a visit to a memorial to soldiers who died in Afghanistan along a river, which also honored their mothers' losses of their sons. We then walked through the adjacent area where original buildings date to 1700's.
As we drove to the former Jewish section, our guides, both ...
... tourist information centre, we were given a hard copy of a ‘In Your Pocket’ guide for Minsk, and were given guidance in what to see and do in, as the staff spoke great English. Woo hoo, we were set. We were ready to make our time in this weird country work! We were ready to prove some people wrong.
With our ‘In Your Pocket’ guide in hand, we headed out onto the streets of Minsk to get amongst it. We strolled passed the massive KGB building ...