Позвольте мне похвастаться моим присутствием в южной столице страны казакстан: здесь так чисто и так зелено, горы шикарные, овощи и фрукты такие свежие, университет большой, кафедра откровенно заботиться о нашем образовании, люди добрые (даже продавцы)! Я, честно говоря, очень устаю, но здесь так хорошо.
Только выхлопных газов было бы по меньше и я бы совсем во восторге бы была.
It’s been a few long days of traveling but we are finally in Almaty and in our home stays. We got to see the local Best Western for the first night and boy was that a люкс experience! The tea set was part of the standard set up and I was pleased and impressed. The food at the hotel was delicious too, but not as good as the food I ate for dinner.
A month in panorama photos. I had the privilege of interning for a certain news corporation at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. I’ve decided to unload some of those photos before I leave for my year abroad.
On Thursday, I also took a walk down the south bank of the Neva alone, using my typical tactic for exploring the city: shooting from the hip. There are really good free maps available at tourist info kiosks, so I just choose an interesting metro station, which in this case was Alexandr Nevsky Square, and walked to another station, in this case, Chernushevskaia. So I started at the Aleksandr Nevsky Lavra and walked past Smolny (in the next post) and the monuments to Anna Akhmatova and Victims of Political Repression.