Los Seis Signos de la Primavera en Khabarovsk – The Six Signs of Spring in Khabarovsk


Ya ha llegado la primavera a Khabarovsk, por fin. Sin embargo, sigue haciendo frío y hay mucha nieve. Entonces, ¿por qué digo que ha llegado la primavera? Bueno, hay varios signos de ello:

  1. Hace frío, sí, pero durante algunas horas al día se empiezan a superar los 0ºC.
  2. Hay más gente tomando cerveza en la calle que fumando.
  3. Los árboles no tienen hojas, pero pajaritos empiezan a piar.
  4. Hay nieve, sí, y agua, hielo, barro, tierra, piedras; una mezcla infernal en la que poner el pie.
  5. El viento molesta y cuando crees que el invierno ha acabado, nieva.
  6. La gente ya no se pone jersey debajo del abrigo, o no se ponen abrigo encima del jersey.

Nota: la foto es de hace media hora.

2013_03_31_05_39_42_725_IMAG2403_RSpring has come to Khabarovsk, at last. However, it is still cold and there is plenty of snow. Then, why I say that spring has come? Well, there are several signs of it:

  1. It is cold, yes, but during some hours each day temperatures go above zero degrees.
  2. There are more people drinking beer in the street than smoking.
  3. The trees still do not have leaves, but the little birds start to chirp.
  4. There is snow, yes, and water, ice, mud, soil, rocks? an infernal mixture to step on.
  5. The wind is annoying and when you believe winter has finished, it snows.
  6. People do not wear a sweater under the coat or they do not wear a coat on top of the sweater.

Note: the picture is from half hour ago

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