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... coppers, pulled us for crossing a solid line, acted dumb, we English, no understand Russian. He finally wrote down $200, I said no $, so he asked for Lira, I said no Lira, so he wrote 5000 roubles I said no so he wrote 1000 roubles, I agreed £17 and off we shot, considering the gun in his holster I think we did ok However back to Novorossiysk, we finally arrived but we had no accommodation,round and round we ...
... learnt the essentials including beer, water and "coffee without milk". Not knowing how to say the latter of these meant I spent a few minutes at breakfast on the first day gesturing at a speaker in the corner of the room to try and say I wanted it black.
My three days in Krasnodar were generally uneventful as they were mainly occupied by work. There were a number of times where I was sitting in meetings with Russian business men and women thinking how unreal ...
... the sunrise was not overlooked in the background of the sea of clouds.At 7 o'clock we were at the top of the mountain oshtena. ...
... still terrible but I insist they’re fixed. This whole session goes on until 5 in the morning and I somewhat regret the free bed. I go to sleep, hide his kitchen knives and he has put on the calming tones of Vivaldi. I wake up 2 hours later, ensure all I need to do is walk out of the door, say goodbye to him and get out of there. Fun times. If you’d like his number I do have it ...
... with her in the future. But, she wouldn't dance with me. I got angry and dressed myself to leave, but she convinced me to stay and just talk. Oh, girls ... why do you kill me with your coldness? I would have to leave this place with no romantic energy from females. I would continue my very difficult travels. Two days later, Vasilyy's truck was carrying me on the steep, red Caucasus Mountains. We were nearing a passport-control post, when ...