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How do I make this keyboard stop typing in Russian?

Apparently you just hit alt shift.

Well, after about thirty hours of flying we landed in Bishkek and got to the hotel at just about 4 am. Which means that my time clock is, of course, completely discombobulated. The flight went remarkable smoothly considering that there were 16 of us. What did go wrong wasn't so wrong but really funny. We brought over about 6 wheelchairs for the center, but somehow the airline mistook that all of us needed wheelchairs for mobility, so we got off the plane in Istanbul to change airlines and there were 16 chairs lined up with pushers ready to take us through the airport. They were a little confused when we all walked off the plane on our own power.

So, we're here, and stayed in a lovely little hotel with hobbit sized beds last night. In two days we leave for Karakol to work with our spinal cord injured clients and get a chance to see the country. Today is about taking care of business, which essentially means organizing sixteen people. Which means that I must cut this short, because about 12 of them are done typing in this internet cafe and ready to move on...so until next time....

Posted by jenessalj 01:00

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J^2! You already left! Awesome, and you are in a group of 16?! Thats awesome, glad you decided to write on this site, it is pretty good in my opinion, just get used to non-US keyboards -- I am on a french style on now -- by far the worst I have hqd to deal with in the EU, I bet Russian ones are even worse, very frustrating. Anyway, enjoy the trip and throw some pics up.

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