Travel Blogs from Minsk
... day (speak it every free minute i have:)
...Can't go home this weekend, unfortunately, need to be through with the interview first.
(3) driving license:
- having the theory exam on Friday
- set up the date of the practical exam after i'll have pass the theoretical one.
That's feels better now that i've written everything down. I'm not going to deal with the project on the british accents untill I'm through with the french exam.
... a 52-yar-old cockney biker from London.
18) Met a musician from the Northen England. Now i can recognise the northen english accent, it's quite soft and more distint than most of the british accents.
19) Further english accents' studies, searching the Internet for the material.
20) Climbed a 15-meter wall for training rock climbing in Minsk.
21) Have swimmed in a ...
... bed and walk down the corridor.....well I have that. Realise I've now entered Belarus for the simple reason my mobile phone provider has changed and also the time with it. I've gained an extra hour in bed which I hadn't anticipated.
At some point around sunrise I must have drifted off as my alarm wakes me up half an hour from Minsk. Grab a steaming hot tea from the samovar served by a smiling and friendly provodnitsa - ...
... all the cities in former Soviet republics that I have visited. I think the countries in this part of the world are bound by a shared history and geographical proximity, and will most likely maintain close ties for many years to come.
Visiting Belarus is something I have wanted to do for a while, and I am glad I made it. Perhaps in the future I would like to return to visit Brest and try to find exactly where my family came from, but I am not in a hurry to make the return ...
... symbol and there is apparently a great postcard in black and white somewhere that shows the symbol falling off to reveal the Belarrusian symbol underneath. Ah, a good ending.
There was a large university along one side of the square and a large building at one end which Andrei said was the teachers university which is where people went when they had failed at the other universities, like the engineering ...