Have you ever wondered what life might have been like
in the Soviet Union? Do you think you missed your chance to find out?
Come to Belarus.
If you're interested in returning to life in the Soviet
Union, no place preserves it better than Belarus. Little English is
spoken - it's much more difficult for English speaking travelers here
than other parts of Eastern Europe. Belarus itself remains a Socialist
Republic. Privatization has ceased, most of the state runs on subsidies,
employment is almost nonexistent - people have jobs but the pay is
terrible, the average monthly wage is $33 and the minimum wage is
$4 per month.
There doesn't seem to be much free choice in Belarus except
for beer, which comes in a bewildering variety.
Highlight: Minsk has personality because it has