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... we really would not have found the place. That app is a must when you go abroad! My learning the cyrillic alphabet has come in very useful. I am ashamed to say that the one thing I have really messed up about the trip is not sorting out my phone. You would think after working at CPW for 15 years this is the one area I would get right but I did not port my number in time or unlock the phone. I was therefore delighted to be able to read the word ...
... only my second time outside of the European Union, and it was an
interesting experience! Having very little cash on me other than Chinese RMB, I
decided to convert some into Russian Rubles for a drink ...
... 160; Was more interested in the variety of veld flowers. We stayed in yet another ger at a popular tourist place just outside the park, and after another picnic with fried rice and cucumber in the hills, we headed back to UB. All along the road were little mounds of rocks and stones, with multi-coloured scarves draped on them and flapping in the wind (the blue ones to honour the supreme god of the eternal blue sky). These ...
... Buddha Bar across the road. We knew we were in trouble when the fancy doorman opened the door for us as we approached. We had a look at the menus and oh my was it expensive. One main we saw was over 2000r just for that one dish! The mood lighting made it so hard to read the menus that the waitress had to motion for us to come over into a slightly more well lit area just to be able to read it. Crazy. We politely took our leave, saying "maybe tomorrow" - or ...
... the second a lookout that gave us a view of much of Moscow and then a stop at Victory Park. From here we went to the Moscow Metropolitan subway. The stop where we entered was the deepest station on all of the lines. It took a full 3 minutes on a very fast moving escalator to get to where the train is. This was a very subtly beautiful station. The train came in and we all clamoured aboard three carriages and went ...