If you dont possess visas, and have a wait on your hands, armed guards kindly offer (or perhaps they insist upon) an escort to the local grocery store (which was just a little shack a few hundred metres away... but it has everything you need for a short stay).
All in all we took 3 trips to the store for further "liquid" provisions, having discovered that it was far easier to sneak out of the side door to avoid the guards.. PLEASE DONT TRY THIS NOT RECOMMENDED. :)
What to buy: Sausages, Cheese, Ciggies, Beer & Vodka - oh and some dog treats if you can get them for Hannes, who will sure come to visit you.
What to pay: not many Rubles
there is a little souvenier at the train station where you can buy cigarets, babushkas and belarus bra's before you board the train back to vilnius.
very interesting little shop.
What to buy: babushkas and booze are probaply the best choices.
there are 3 little stores by the train station that sells food and drink.
the people working there were very friendly and happy that they had a very good evening where they sold all their booze to some strange tourists.
What to buy: beer and vodka.
What to pay: about 2 dollars for a bottle of vodka.
The grocery store was a tiny shack. Brad, who is taking the picture, stood in the opposite corner of it from me! With the two armed guards who followed us there, the shop was crowded. But a couple more people managed to squeeze themselves in, too.
There is a liquor store and a duty free shop, too, but I wasn't there, so I will leave it to the others to write about them.
What to buy: Food, soft drinks and beer.
What to pay: Next to nothing.