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 ...
... we set off. Before he's reached the end of his road though, he grinds the car to a halt. Calip frantically winds down the window and startles a passer-by into guessing where the road is. Even I can tell our chauffeur hasn't pronounced the name of the road correctly. He is waved away and, cursing, he flings the car left at the crossroads. An old gentleman is crossing in front of him. Stop, wind down the window, mispronounce the address. ...
... you it is 09:42 because the train is all in moscow time. also, it gets dark at this time of year at around 19:00, which is normal, the sun goes down. however, the trains and the stations are still showing moscow time, which could be 15:00 and its pitch black outside! its nearly worse thgen jet lag, but all part of the fun trans siberian experience!
we arrived in irktusk at 21:42 moscow time, which (because they are 5 ...
5185km in 3 1/2 days that's the trans Siberian rail journey from Moscow to Irkutsk, and that's what we did. Once we had settled into our little 4 bed cabin (we are sharing with an Aussie called Mike). Matt and I have the two bottom beds, Kat and Mike the top ones. We had a little table and bag storage under the bottom bunks and above the cabin door. We soon found out that the trains are HOT! It's freezing outside and then about 25 degrees inside, with radiators running ...
... br> On the way, I had great views from the deck for 5 minutes........it was absolutely freezing.
I just managed to get some good sunset shots.
Back at the hostel, I made Fish Soup but much to Nadia's amusement, I had bought herring instead of Omul and the soup was full of bones.
Practise makes perfect.
Tomorrow I'm on the move again to Ulan Ude.
Word has it that the weather might be warming up.
We shall ...