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... 160; But we then had a wonderful ride ending at 9:00pm with the sun just going down over the sand dunes of the Gobi Desert. Horses are a most important part of Mongolian life. Herds abound, and everywhere people are working on horseback as well as riding for pleasure. We saw many groups of children riding and men on horseback in their traditional clothing – a tunic with a silk belt. The belt is to keep their body organs in place when galloping ...
... home was built in 1924. The Bolshoi is looked upon to be a family rather than a business. One prima ballarina, Anastasia Volochkova once said that she sees the theatre as a ‘big brother.’ This is not the term of phrase I would have used bearing in mind where we were!! Unless she was hinting that she would like to appear on a well-known reality TV show!!
After a further 5 minute walk, entering the area of Kitay Gorod, once more we arrived at the ...
... He had not looked good in the heats. Matthew Centrowitz of the USA impressed with a devastating sprint. The Russians were happy because Aleksandr Menkov easily won the long jump with 8.56m. David Storl of Germany retained his shot put crown over Ryan Whiting. Strangely his winning throw was originally fowled & he protested. You could see officials looking at film of the put that was then accepted. Jacko Gill's best put that ...
... the Cyrillic alphabet, it would be as easy to get around as London or Paris, and I could see myself living here. The only thing I would have to get used to is the pushing and line cutting. People push and don't say excuse me and they appear unable to form a line- instead just gathering around a ticket window in a mob and each pushing their way to the counter at the same time. Same goes at the museums. If you are standing looking at a piece if art, it's entirely ...