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Travel Blogs from Minsk
We have arrived in Minsk on the overnight train from St. Petersberg. As we pulled into the station we were met by Liza, her grandmother, Nastia - who speaks English and Katia's mother. We were so happy to see some familliar faces. We made our way to our hotel with their help and got settled. Next we headed out for a walk with Nastia and Liza. We …
- study the print-outs as well
- think of the possoble questions about the motivation, write down the answers to them (especially, cover the connection between my current area of studies and the prospective one, that's seems to be the main question that worries the people in the embassy)
... next week:
- revise all the material I've learnt so far (vocab, motivation, somefacts about the history of the Franco-Belorusian relationship)
- practise ...
... up a poem in french, first speaking french in front of the whole group.
14) Attended private lessons in photography.
15) Like photography so much i could have been sleeping with my digital camera. And dislike it at the same time for many many reasons (I will note what were the exact reason for that later on).
16) Practised street photography with my new film camera.
... the latest is. He's decided to drive rather than catch a train from Peterborough for the simple reason that he's left his wallet at home and has no means to pay for anything.
And still I can't sleep - it's a long trek down that corridor to the toilet. You know the feeling when you can't get to sleep because there's just that annoying little amount left to squeeze out.....but not quite enough yet to warrant a full scale get ...
... Although it is a Russian Orthodox Church, there are no onion domes and the crosses lack the foot rest that one typically finds. A small area on the river has been rebuilt to show what 17th and 18th century Minsk looked like, and it is so different from the rest of the city.
Victory obelisks, eternal flames for the unknown soldier, monuments to those who died in the Soviet-Afghan war, memorials for the Jews killed in WWII, statues of Lenin...they ...