A Merry Christmas and an Active New Year
The first working week of 2017 is already over. It is time to share emotions, tell stories about New Year holidays and slip into work mode again. Watch how Bazis Group team has spent their time – we’ll share our secrets to break myths about typical holidays in Russia.
Myth 1: New Year holidays are a week of family feasts at home
More and more people prefer interesting activities instead of having feasts at home. Bazis team members do not want to sit still, too. Anna Shevalova went sliding in Novosibirsk, a heart of Siberia, Alexandra Perina spent the New Year night in an Eastern fairy tale in Kazan, and Anna Shulgina was surrounded by deep forests and snowbanks in Zlatoust. Those who stayed in Ekaterinburg had fun as well: they went skating, skiing, trampolining and succeeded in “Lord of the Rings” escape game.
Myth 2. Vodka is the main drink
The main New Year drink is sparkling wine. Red and white wine and cognac occupy place on festive tables replacing or neighbouring with Vodka. And as for Bazis, we enjoyed aromatic hot mulled wine after our open-air party.
We are back to work now, but celebrations were still going on at the weekend. In the early hours of January 14, Russians were celebrating the most unusual holiday, the Old New Year. We had an opportunity to cheer up and feel sparkling wine bubbles once again!