sábado, 31 de dezembro de 2011
After reading the novel by the writer Martin C. Smith, Gorky Park was one of those place that i wanted to visit.
The description on the book created in my mind an image, that was confirmed yesterday.
Dozens and dozens of ice skaters having fun, Tchaikovsky playing loud, people dancing and drinking hot wine, embraced in old trees and snow.
The preparations for new year started. You can see it in every corner of the city, and the people in a rush to buy their last time gifts.
For one thing i was not prepared at all.
In the main entrance of Gorky Park, there was an army standing.
Dozens of soldiers.
Almost like the terracota soldiers, but build in snow!
The army of snow man is now ready for welcome the new year!
Oh, i almost forgot.
Russia is also known by vodka.
But..... Until now.... No vodka for me.
Tradition is not what it was anymore =)
Publicada por André Nóbrega à(s) 01:24
quinta-feira, 29 de dezembro de 2011
As some of you may know, after entering Russia boarders, you have 3 days to register yourself in a city.
I am in Moscow right now, so a russian friend helped me in that task.
You can do this small process in the migrational services, or in the post office.
We went to the post office.
Everything in the documents is in........ Russian! So, unless you know russian, you will not be able to fill in the forms.
In the website of the migrational, it says that 15 minutes is the normal time of the conclusion of this process.
Sometimes in Russia, 15 minutes can last for 2 hours.
Anyway, the process is done, and i will offer you some pics, being the first one referent to the registration.
Publicada por André Nóbrega à(s) 22:18
quarta-feira, 28 de dezembro de 2011
"Russia 2980" it's the blog / production diary about the documentary project directed by me, in collaboration with Ekaterina Suchinova.
A small trip of about 2980 Km, showing the main differences between huge Metropolis and other small city's .
How does the city pulses, how do people live.
Main advantages and disadvantages.
Way of facing life and tradition.
Keep following us on this blog, with regular updates.
Text, pictures and more.
The trip starts now.
Publicada por André Nóbrega à(s) 00:22