Ah, That Traditional Yet So Modern Minsk (#Belarus Travelog in Cool Photos)
LADA’S INTRO: Dear friends,
The world events we are experiencing are very rattling and often negative. Sometimes we all need a rest from the troubles of the world we are all carrying on our shoulders. I feel driven to infuse a more positive feel into our common space on Patreon. I want this to be a place where we can share a smile, and I want you to come here not only for earth-shifting revelations and heavy-duty geopolitical analysis, but also as a place where you can mingle and get to know your fellow members. A place, where we reach out not only to the higher dimensions, but also to each other… As you know, we do Spiritual Spa, which I’ll probably make into a Special Feature, but I also love to travel and explore. Don’t you?
This is one of the reasons I am inspired to post my Patreon patrons’ travel impressions on special occasions and/or during holidays. Stanislav sent me these awesome pics from Minsk, Belarus. We also have the impressions from Seeker’s visit to Agroprom Expo in Moscow. I just love their different perspectives! And we might do more of these during Holidays!
My impressions from vising Minsk a few years back: The capital of Belarus is a lovely city, both traditional and modern. It’s very quiet, clean and orderly, compared to many other places I’ve been, if overcast most of the time. 😉 Yet things do happen there. Belarus is very cheap and is probably a good place for a quiet, relaxing getaway. They do have some rather advanced spas, where they cater mostly to Russians, or those who can afford them. They are quite cheap for foreigners (at least that was the case a few years back), but maybe not so much for Belorussians.
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Posted on October 14, 2018, in 1) Earth Shift Live, 2) Great Balancer Weekly, 3) Focus Novorossia & Ukraine, Ask Lada, Books, Developing Global Trends, EARTH SHIFT, Economy & Investment, Eurasia, Eurasian Union, Russia and tagged Belarus, Minsk, photos, sightseeing, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.