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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 60: Kremlin

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... the road. The sound of a sharp whistle would blow every few minutes because few people are used to being strictly confined to the cross walk paint.

We walked around the fortress a bit longer to see other buildings, a small view of the city, and a couple colourful parks.

Dinner was at another moo-moo cafeteria chain. I got a strawberry drink with little strawberries ...

Moscow - day 3

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... for an additional ‘line’.

Stalin is not his real name. He was born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili. Stalin is a nickname that he adopted while in Prison. It means ‘man of steel’ and he thought it made him sound more Russian. He was originally of Georgian descent who were not considered to be Russians. He was Russia’s very own Iron Man!! Similarly, the UK had the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher. How’s that for six degrees ...

Trans-Siberian/Mongolian; part one

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria


... exactly what to pull down/pull up/mugs to use/pull out ladder
to use/food to bring and eat (dried food, bread, eggs – and Chris
and Thomas' guys next door apparently vodka!). Most of the men and
women we had in our cabin though, were very closed and usually just
went to sleep, yet Chris and Thomas' guys who stayed in the journey
with us most of the way seemed much nicer. They thought me and Paul
were brother and sister! Which led to ...


A travel blog entry by johnnym


... if worried they'd be checked in public. Moment of the afternoon came when we spotted Nadine 'she's got a pretty face' Muller and someone shouted to get a picture for Rob, whose quote that is. Steve went one better, bounding up to ask for a picture and being only momentarily checked by her hand keeping him out of the shot they were currently taking. Great picture, but even better is wondering whether she'll ever know that that funny English bloke in the hat ...

The Adams Family

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... Ohuruogu of Great Britain is a bit of an enigma. She has previously won an Olympic title & a World title, but punters were not expecting her to finish in the first three which seems surprising for someone with these credentials but her times simply don't warrant it. She also runs a very even race & can be clearly out of it with a straight to go but then makes big inroads. In this race the favourite Amantle Montsho ...


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