Travel Blogs from Druskininkai
New piece of info:
L'expression 'avoir du pain sur la planch' signifie la situation quand le personne a beaucoup de choses a faire (trop beaucoup de traveaux, de devoir a rendre).
L'origine: Au 19e siecle le tribunal distribuait les rations du pain aux accuses. Mais pour s'acquitter ils devraient faire des longues peines be travaux. Intéressante, est-ce vrai?
Here's the condensed plan of my trip:
1) Get into the national taekwondo team and win the EU Championship (Minsk, april 2014).
a) bring back my sportive form (stamina & speed & agility):
- every-day trainings (starting from 1,5-2 hours a day) during the remained 10 days of the holliday. (since 2 september, i'll be back in my favourite gym in Minsk training with the team, урааа:)
... what must happen, will happen anyway". No way! I believe in universal attractions: you get exactly the same result as you've worked on your way to it. Look, there can't be a simplier formula: work = result.
So... what's "the list"?
***My habit is to organise everything in a very simple & accurate way so as to memorise the whole thing at a glance and never forget it. When i first started doing that, there were so many points that i couldn't ...
... my written stories i gave her, would bring it to her eyes so close that she almost touched the paper with her nose, read a few lines and then put the writing away for the "better times". It's been rather startling for me that no one would borrow my notebooks with the lectures. Now i can see why. It's pretty awful for a non-medical student to write in that way.
That's quite enough for the first story... Let's go! The world's waiting for another ...
... river and and we tried some Lithuanian food & beer. Afterwards we went for a bit more of a wander around the area, then found a supermarket where we found some more Lithuanian goodies and made our way back towards Poland (with a couple stops in neat-looking areas of course). Our last night at the cloisters - good games, drinks, twin peaks, and of course a sing-along! (thanks for learning Summer of '69 ...