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back on line, have traveled through Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and crossed into Russia today. Lack of internet and many nights wild camping have prevented me updating this blog, the plan now is to have a day here on Barnaul prepping bikes then travel to the Mongolian ...
... established. It was erected in 1997 and is the eighth tallest statue in the world. Although strictly not a building it was, however voted the 10th most ugliest building in the world. The monument includes the giant figure of Christopher Columbus with various ships of his fleet stacked abstractly on top of each other. The ironic thing is that Muscovites are not a big fan of Peter the Great. He had created the Navy but realised Russia had no port from where to ...
... third after her last throw, Kim, with a huge smile on her face relaxed and threw another PB of 66.80m , not far enough to win gold but what a great performance. Kathryn placed 5th which was also very creditable.
After that we got to watch Sally Pearson collect her silver medal while the big disappointment was that the Men's 4x100m relay dropped the baton in the heat at the second change. I felt sorry for the last runner who had ...
... we were up early and went to the Kremlin, which was not what was expected. You tend to get all sorts of ideas about what it's like behind those walls, but let us save you the trouble. There's office buildings and churches, a couple of statues, a park...and that's about it!! The Russian president's residence is supposedly inside as well, but no one saw hide nor hair of Putin. Poor Emilie and Stan couldn't make it given they had a severe bout of gastro. We ...
... Natalie arrived. Natalie was in Moscow for two nights before travelling to St Petersburg as a representative for the UK for the G8 summit. She told me how she'd nearly had trouble getting a visa in time, but that Vladmir Putin himself had personally intervened and got her one within days, and wouldn't hear a word against the modern Russian Tsar. She was seemed very excitable and asked quickly if I wanted to join her for dinner and drinks. Exhausted after the long ...