Until almost 100 years ago Tirana only had a few thousand inhabitants, but under the Communist Regime it grew to half a million people.
Actually we never wanted to go to Lviv. Nevertheless, this was were we fell out of a plane right on the first day of our tour across the Ukraine. And who was to blame? The UEFA!
There is not much to see in Minsk, so most people will want to visit other places in Belarus. And Minsk serves as a good starting point for a round trip car hire! 🙂
Time for a new country! Today we travel to the capital of Belarus, often referred to as “Europe’s last dictatorship”.
Finally in St. Petersburg! Time to write about the epic battle between mouse and cat, and fish… 😉
My last day in Yekaterinburg was a Saturday, and this is a good opportunity to have a look at what the Russians are doing in their free time. I wouldn’t have expected that so much of it is a matter of heaven or hell, though 😉