Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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... He wanted to practise his English on us and show us around but was only available for the rest of that evening so although tired and hungry, we thought we would let him show us some us places near our accommodation. After dropping our bags off, we decided to head to the shops so we could get some supplies for tea that evening. Even though we thought he seemed ok at this point, we were still a little cautious with him as we had only just met him. When ...
... My phone was switched off by this point, to save battery, so I have no idea how long we were asleep for. When I woke up I looked for kilometre posts by the side of the track to work out where we were. We were about 900km into our journey and had crossed our first time zone. The Trans-Siberian guide book showed a stop at Kirov in about 50-60km, I was keen to find a bottle of vodka from platform traders to repay Leo from the previous night. When we stopped, ...
The museum contains row after row of Russian-made motor-cycles. Nobody was about
however, the place was empty. Drivers who stepped inside to look at the Russian
version of bikers-paradise, returned to find the car park brimming with locals,
far more interested in rallycars. The place was swarming with as many spectators
as there were mosquitoes, given it was a nice fine sunny day, why not quit ...
... hlen von Kungur und dann ein Schlafplatz gesucht. Auf einem Hügel neben dem Kloster Belaya Gora habe ich dann das Zelt aufgeschlagen und daraus einen fantastischen Blick in die Ferne genossen.
Heute ist mir ein grosser Sprung gelungen und ich habe Europa verlassen und befinde mich nun in Asien. Ehrfürchtig stand ich vor dem Grenzstein Europa-Asien, den ...
... chatting for a while and then thought it might be nice to have a wine. Well that was a struggle, apparently they didn’t have any wine or didn’t understand what we were saying anyway.
So we have now entered the start of Siberia. We experienced the sellers of goods on the station who were yelling up to us in our cabin at one stop trying to sell us glasses. We got to see the scenery of snow building up around us, hopefully it won’t be ...