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Dear Belarussian Militsia,
I am writing to complain about the treatment my friend and I underwent at the border of your country.
First of all, the lady militsia that boarded our bus (which passed by the queue of waiting cars and trucks, I might add!) actually smiled at us! Secondly, the babushka at the mandatory health insurance counter immediately understood our steinkohlen-Russki, and had the nerve not only to accept Euros, ...
... all the emotions i've experienced in 2 days. It was beyond real, both the things acrobats did on the arene & the magic which lead to putting my 2-year dream into life;
(2) Spent 2 wonderful days & one night with my friends and family in Grodno.
(3) Have got a VIOLIN from my parents! I was downstriked & speechless when I saw my birthday present. For a few hours i sat on my bed with the case of my new violin wide ...
... br> (3) - driving license - got the docs from the school, the theory's on Tuesday (!!!)
Yeah, I haven't done more than that today.
Though I did a really unnecessary and silly thing as well: i praised myself with a piece of cottage cheese cake. Even though i lost about 1 kg during the training in the evening, that was really bad, as I'm not in the situation when I can paise myself with food. ...
... oh yes, I’m ejukated and evryfink). A snake is wrapped around a young girl’s neck who nonchalantly toys with it as if it were a silk scarf. I steer clear. An old lady with a cup of coffee sitting on a park bench selling knitted woollen hats. I take her photo and show her the image. Her face lights up as she recognises a beauty from another century and says, "Ok….OK…" smiling and giggling like the teenage girl she once was. A fisherman treading ...
... 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 ...