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... gate 47.
Several of our group were still missing, and rumors were circulating that many had fallen prey to the wrong info on airport monitors. Dani and I started back to gate 4, where we ultimately rescued several travelers still dutifully believing the monitors and the information on display at gate 4 promising a flight to Helsinki.
Finally back at gate 47, a second point of confusion arose in that FinnAir ...
... Moscow located in a tiny village. It's a basic wooden house with land to grow all kinds of fruit and veg. The toilet is outside (with a 'long drop') and there's no electric. A perfect escape from the city.
Life at dacha is very low key and easy going.
While Anya's dad busy's himself with building randoms structures around the land, it's a great time for Anya and I to totally chillax or assist in picking things like ...
... br> I say goodbye to Dimi and send him off to get some well deserved sleep as he says in three days he only got about two hours sleep. I assure him i can get on the plane on my own.
Tari reminds me there is just one thing more to do that we kept forgetting to do. So off to the water side we go to dip our toe in the black sea.
Driver has arrived and it is time to say goodbye to Tari and Brad at the hotel and finally to the olympics, olympic city of Sochi and ...
... cross (which they are still building, we'll see how that goes). Anyway, I managed to get up and down 2 of the 3 lifts with out a problem. Ok, that's not entirely true. I did have to jump off one and haul ass to keep from being taken out by the chair. How embarrassing would it be for a team doc to end up in the hospital after being mowed down by a chairlift. Anyway, I survived my own version of ski jumping and headed to the last lift, only to be told "Niet" and blocked out by ...
... every step of the way, first man in space, first space walk and countless others which I forget now, but they missed out on the big one so it seems to get forgotten. It was a fascinating insight into the soviet side of the space race and later exploits with MIR and the International space station. Well worth a visit. In the evening we mostly just chilled out in the hostel after a busy day and planned ahead for Irkutsk as we will be getting the Trans-Siberian the next evening. ...