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... view of Nyamiha river and the Island of Tears. The unmarked entrance round the back, the lack of a real reception and the fact that the place was actually just a converted two-story apartment made us doubt the officialness of the place, but our booking for this place had managed to secure us both a visa, so we weren't complaining.
Chillin' in Minsk
Doing what we always do, on our first day we just strolled (or rather, ...
... to change my involvement in the EU: from technics &sparring to only technics.
Sparring take much more of my energy store, that enables me to do something apart from the violent trainings... And i don't like it. I like technics, and that's what i'll do for my country on the competitions.
- The violin:
One more point to my top-priorities now as i can't wait for my first music lesson. I'm willing to study and practise however ...
... 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 ...
... told it’s Depeche Mode arriving, like right now. And they do, literally, as I’m told this. Except their black SUVs whizz down into the basement garage leaving the 50 or so fans bitterly disappointed. One has a homemade placard saying "Belarus is waiting for Depeche Mode" - she smiles for the camera. Hmm. I have a cunning plan. I remember the atrium has glass elevators and they’ll have to come up them from the garage. Walk in to hotel and only allowed in ...
... a quirky country.
Via an overnight train, we ventured to the south west city of Brest. It was here that we came face to face with the bureaucracy. Once again our accommodation organised by the local agency was in a terrible location, but oh well, we would work around that. But when we went to check in, we were told that we needed Belarusian health insurance. This we couldn’t comprehend as we had travel insurance that covered all of Europe. But no, we ...