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... is running at 15%, the value of their currency has dramatically fallen against the U.S.$, prices of many retail goods are expected to go up by 20% this month and many foreign retailers are pulling back or closing stores. It does not paint a pretty picture but Putin's popularity remains strong and much of that has to do with the Russians perception of the U.S. and the west. He also discussed the Middle East and Syria, and when you put it all together ...
... European Line experience! Despite being travelling for over a month now, we haven't really had to wait in line at all. Its been the off season where ever we have been. Now, its the off season for a reason, particularly in India where it was 50 degrees, but if you can suck that up then getting in to almost everything without having to line up at all is definitely a benefit! For the rest of the trip though we're in peak tourist season the whole way. Hurray!
The lines weren't too ...
... How are the production costs compared to other branches all over the world? (Hyundai) - How is the work division between Russia and South Korea as the head office? (Hyundai) - How different are the products compared to South Korea? (Hyundai) I am looking forward to getting the answers to my questions. I am excited to gain a better understanding of a culture I barely know and come back home with a backpack full of newly acquired knowledge and wonderful ...
... the same train from Ekaterinburg so we might meet again.
Tom (the Aussie) is on the train for another 3 days and 2 nights.
Anyway 6 hours later and I was in Ekaterinburg.
The first thing I noticed was that it was cold.......really cold.
I made my way to the hostel which was on the 8th floor of an apartment building.
It was really nice.
So, that was Monday afternoon and ...
... clean, the seats were modern and well-maintained. There were drop-down video screens that provided safety information in Russian and English. Each public address announcement in English began with "Dear passengers..."
Once we were going, they showed an interesting documentary with English subtitles about a trans-Russia rail line whose construction was ordered by Stalin, but never completed because of the complexities presented ...