Travelling

Englishman in Voronezh – Voronezh travel blog

Jonny Tickle, an Englishman from London, plans to visit every single oblast, krai and republic in Russia before he leaves. And Voronezh was his number 22 stop! By the way, Russia Travel Blog starts from here! 00:26 Today I'm in Voronezh. Voronezh is the capital of Voronezh oblast' and is the 14th biggest city in Russia with just over 1 million people. For just a thousand rubles I got a train here, overnight. ...

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Travelling

В аэропорту Регистрация Your passport and ticket please - Ваш паспорт и билет, пожалуйста I’ve come to collect my tickets - Я хотел бы забрать свой билет I booked on the internet - Я заказал билет в интернете Do you have your booking reference? -У вас есть код бронирования? Here’s my booking reference - Это мой код бронирования Where are you flying to? - Куда вы летите? Do you have any liquids or sharp objects in your hand ...

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Canada Travel Blog

Canada's blog. Week 1. As I promised, I will try to make a blog about Canada, Toronto in general, and places which I visit. The first week was quiet, moderate, without many new places, just getting used to the usual Canada's conditions - the weather was quite interesting! It can be absolutely different in one day  At the moment it's cloudy, but it's going to rain with thunder, so my plans to go downtown should be ...

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Georgia Travel Blog

Georgia is famous for its ancient cultural heritage and traditions of hospitality. Everyone is ready to help and will be happy to show you around. Many people know Russian, but the younger generation speaks English much better. Speaking of Southern Russia, Georgia is the nearest country where you can practice English. Tbilisi is a picturesque city where you can see many buildings, both old and new. Married couple Nickolay and Alla (facebook.com/nikala.tour) were glad to show me around and make an informative ...

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Patagonia Travel Blog

Latin America is two words that make the heart of true dreamers and travelers. There is probably no region more conducive to the formation of stereotypes and misconceptions than Latin America. All that we have seen in Brazilian TV series, Mexican films, TV shows is only a small fraction of what you could see and feel in the countries of the New World. By Margarita Fayzulina and Julia Schlei Photo: Nils Manuel Mora (https://nilsmora.com), Galina Andrushko The country of our journey was ...

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