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Endurance is a state of mind. With limited sleep, so much to see, so many days to spend on the train and so many kilometres to run - is this this a holiday or endurance exercise? Arriving in Irkutsk at 715am we were welcomed with rainy cold weather. We were however warmly greeted by our transfer Misha (Michael) who provided us with some great …
Woke up at around 9, after getting at least 10 hours sleep. I guess my body needed it after the food poisoning. Had breakfast and then thought about what to do for the day. I felt better, but didn't want to push it so I decided not to hire a mountain bike but to do some hiking instead. Thought I'd try to find the trail to Third Spring up in the mountains behind Khuzir. The weather was beautiful. The sun was shining and there was hardly a breath of wind for a change. I put on one ...
I woke up at 9am. I wasn't feeling sick, but my stomach was still unsettled. Figuring I had missed the 8am breakfast, but not really regretting that, I nevertheless made for the dining hall to get some water for the hydrolyte in my gastro kit. On the way there I managed to catch Carla and Coral, just as they were leaving. Said our goodbyes before managing to get a bowl of kasha for breakfast in the dining hall. It went down OK, given it was ...
... took one of the anti-nausea tablets. I then crawled into bed and fell asleep. I woke up just after 8 feeling warmer but still not well. I made my way to the dining room and sat with Coral and Carla. Dinner that night was meat patties with mashed potato. I ate a little bit, thinking getting some food into my stomach might help settle it. Boy was I wrong. A few minutes later I was rushing to the toilet and threw up everything I had eaten for the past 24 hours. This actually made me ...
... and clean and our room
had space to move and the showers (which we both jumped in straight
away having three nights on a train with nothing but a sink) were HOT
and POWERFULL! We even managed to get a wash done for a small fee in
their washing machine. We were very happy people and although the
bedding was clearly overused and old, it covered us and we had a good
The alarm bleeped and we could have easily switched it ...
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