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... ways to see the seals in winter and they were very cute. Walking: we went on a few walks along the lake and around the village. It was so good to be able to actually move around after 3 days and a half days on the train. On the first day we walked through the village to a farm to see the horses and sledge dogs (in the winter you can go dog sledding though the forests); on the second day we walked to a chair lift which we took up to a view point, from where there was a good view of ...
... put into the toilet when it needed to go in the bin; flawed tap designs that make you look like you've urinated on yourself; and inadvertently locking oneself in, made for a fairly desperate, awkward and panic stricken 10 minutes of my existence. In retrospect, it was no surprise that my body's response was to go into constipated lock down for the remainder of the journey as a fearful consequence! 5) Train Lag By our last full day on the train, it started ...
22 June 2014: We hopped on the tram and headed to the station in Tomsk this afternoon. We had a long...strike that, very long, train ride ahead of us on our way further east to Irkutsk. In fact, totalling about 36 hours, this would be the longest leg of our Trans-Siberian journey. It's a shame that it was also the most grueling and uncomfortable. In hindsight, we made a massive mistake when we booked our tickets. To this point, we had been fairly lucky in opting for economy ...
... family feud in relative silence. She, in her early twenties I imagine, has gone and sat on my side of the aisle (the woman who had spent the day lying down in this space had gone when I got back from the restaurant) to 'get away' from her parents, all of one and half metres away mind you! And while their familial bonds wane, the moon waxes, ever so ...
... around its southern reaches I see more timber yards and some old heavy industry. The land is much more undulating now with some mountain ranges visible to the east and northeast.
The taiga comes right up to the edges of town and villages. I saw one in a small valley that was almost consumed by the taiga rising and falling over every hill and dale save for the space eked out by the ...
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