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... Ruben Kazan, playing in the UEFA Cup. It had a nice, old Gothic-style station which reminded me a lot of St Pancras. This was also the first place since Hong Kong where the signs and announcements were in both English and the local language. On the other hand, it was also the first station on the trip that didn't have babushkas selling smoked fish or meat pies on the platform. Such is the price of cosmopolitanism.
... hit or miss as to whether you enjoy it. I look forward to hearing what you all think! My dad was actually the one who inspired me to write the following material. We were talking via skype when I haphazardly mentioned a few of the items below and he encouraged me to add them to my blog. After speaking with him, I was very intentional about jotting down the little things that occur day-to-day. Accordingly, if you like this post, thank my dad, and if you don't like it...blame ...
... t get myself to trample the presenters. I thought I would just wait around and see if they had more. In the process, I struck up a conversation with an elderly couple next to me. They, like I, were trying to figure out why an Egyptian group was in Kazan. We asked one of the dancers and she said that they all lived in Moscow, but that their families were from Egypt, or at least I think. I think the group travels around Russia promoting Egypt and traveling to Egypt. Then the ...
... elusive river port, which was a bit of a mess to be honest, laid up wrecks and rusty cranes. On our walk we're stopped by a chatty local Russian called Victor on the bridge over the railway for the usual broken English conversation:- Travelling?...oooo, Do you have children?..niet, Where are you from?...Leeds ...ah...Leeds Utd!....shame we don't do football ;)
Leaving the bridge a bit frazzled by the sun we wait for the train ...
... republic inside the Russian Federation, the tartars take pride in their Tartar roots, and mosques can be spotted throughout the city. They also pride themselves in being a peaceful city with the Muslims and Christians living peacefully in one place. We ventured to the Museum of the Republic of Tartarstan to learn more, but as it goes, most of it was in Russian, so trying to understand it all was a bit above us. But in the end, we knew we were ...