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Travel Blogs from Vladivostok
Well, today is the last day of the trip. Spent it kicking our heels around Vladivostok. After all this time away, it is quite unsettling to be killing time. We worked out that we had spent more than one night in only three places during the whole trip, the rest of the time it was arrive, sleep and depart. The three were Baku/Caspian Sea (which was …
Op early because we had to meet Silver Wind so we could take the car to the port. They led us through the traffic, which at 8.00 in the morning wasnt too bad. No police to stop us on the way, I guess they are too fast asleep to do anything before they've had lunch!
Got to the dock, handed over the car with instructions on how Anton was to …
Martin's melt down moments
WEll we've spent today organising our exit from Vladivostok and preparing car for shipment.Again no doubt Roger will provide the details.I guess now that our foot has literally come off the gas we are showing signs of wear and tear but there is still work to be done.
So today a word about Stanley.
I've always …
Martin's maritime moment (or have I done that before?):
Well we made it! We thought today would be a smooth and cheerful run in to Vlad.For about 50km it turned out to be one of the worst bits of road we can remember - but then neither of us can remember much about anything.We then arrived in the city and like UB it consists of one …
Woke to a lovely view from our window of small ice flows bobbing in the bay. Had an early morning walk and saw a fisherman with a pole through the ice, and a very cold mermaid.
Walked for most of the day around Vladivostok on a self-guided walking tour. Started at the train station, which looks just like its a building straight out of …