Anastasia Hotel Complex
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We spent most of Tuesday (2 June) at Lake Baykal. It was sunny and warm. I finished getting up to date with travelpod and Neville did the washing. We drove the 100kms to Irkutsk and booked into a hotel there. We needed to have our visas registered within 7 days of arrival and it was easier to have the hotel do it than try to work out how to do it ourselves. A budget hotel but nice and clean and very helpful, although ...
... of Listvyanka. The views of the lake are brilliant. I take my time and eventually make my way down to a deserted bay. I am alone on the pebbled beach for most of an hour. After lunch, I leave my clothes in the recesses of a cave and dive in to test the water... ...for about twelve seconds! It is a paralysing six degrees ...
... across his card and he said slowly Po-lit-zi.........ah, that's why he got the hump when I tried to take his ID to read! So after a few smiles and coming to the conclusion we were both travelling to Irkutsk I politely suggested I needed to sleep so matey disappears only to return 10 minutes later with four cans of beer and two glasses, switching the light on with a grin I thought hey ho, who needs sleep anyway? If anyone reading this waffling blog does the Trans Siberian ...
... but everyone was exhausted and we decided to just sit and a have a drink at a pub. Best decision ever! It was then time to say goodbye to Ksenia and Irkutsk. We board the train and get set in for 4 nights. We are in a 4 birth cabin. This carriage is a little older then the last few. Not as modern. But still comfy to sleep. The bathroom is a lot more basic and smelly lol. So here we go for 4 ...
Well I survived ! 50 hours on a train from Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk. To be honest it wasn't that bad. I was initially sharing with 2 Russian men who couldn't speak any English and as much as I tried, conversation was always going to be a non starter. I soon settled down and got my included meal (rice, chicken and a bread roll)....soooo tasty (not) ! Before I knew it, it was time for bed. That was when the fun and games started. The youngest Russian decided that he was having the TV ...