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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... travellers are more interested in current practical information. Crossing the Belarus border in 2014 does not include queues and bribes, but rather smiling militsia ladies and quick procedures.
5) Belarussians might be very protective of their Belovezhkaya Pushka National Reserve, and it is also true that it is close to the Polish border, but this does not mean that you need to bribe anybody to be allowed to enter it. My sources tell me that ...
... cut a long weary story short four hours later, 50 £ lighter, wet soggy visa in hand I find myself back at the border exporting bike again and this time visa excepted and leave a very wet Belarus. Breeze into Poland and the weather not any better do another 100 miles or so and find a hotel for the night, and try to dry of a bit for the rest of the journey home. 220 miles for the day, far of target but at least in mainland ...
Firstly a bit about Belorussian currency, it's the Belorussian Rouble and you get 13500 of them to the pound. The lowest denomination note I've see is a 50 Rouble one, meaning it's worth 0.37 of a penny. I don't think I've seen any coins.....understandable!
So every time I go to the cashpoint and draw 500,000 Roubles I get two of 200,000 and one 100,000 notes. Every time I buy something I think I'm getting palmed all ...
A beginning is always not an easy task. A travel blog has crossed my mind a couple of time but I was kind of unprepared to start it. Now, with a new short, ongoing trip and a few in my head I decided to rocked that thing. Firstly, I want to refresh some memories and write them down in order to make a photobook. I know it's tough to do that but it is also harder and harder to remember all that stuff and keep only in mind. There are possible some mistakes so all correction are ...
I was told there were no seats on trains or busses leaving from Belarus to Poland on 1 July as I was advised there was a public holiday and my only option was to take a taxi from Brest to Poland. I got one of the last tickets from Minsk to Brest with the help of the Belarus travel agent that provided me with the necessary invitation needed to get my VISA who booked my accommodation and tours.
I met another lovely Belorussian on the train who was kind enough to ...