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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 ...
... through the night. The second thing you need to know is that Jess has a tradition where she catches something immediately after crossing any international border and then passing it on to me, so I was starting to develop a cough. Which brings me to this morning. While I initially got to sleep quite quickly, at about 2am the train stopped and the helicopter engineer got off, which woke everyone up. A couple of minutes later, someone got up to go to the toilet, then had to come back. At ...
... Vladivostock to Seoul or Tokyo; at one point I was in a frustrating loop, where I could fly from either Russian city to Seoul, but only by stopping at the other Russian city. You'd think if the flight from Vladivostock stops at Khabarovsk then you could pick up a direct flight from the latter but no, all the flights I was offered from K stopped at V. Sod it, I'll go further and directly, then, to Tokyo-2hrs 40, and from there it's a short hop back to Seoul if ...
... for vodka. After our dinner, the restaurant turned into a диско 90;ека (Discoteca), a dance place. Suddenly all the ladies got up a stage and started dancing. It did not take long and one of them asked me up the stage. Well, how could you resist a sweet Russian lady asking you to dance? However, whenever I would try to sit down again, the Russian lady would not let me go. So she pulled up the others of our group too. I believe almost ...
... of the celebration of the millennium of Christianity in 1988. Today it is the headquarters of the Russian Orthodox Church and the residence of its Patriarch.
The old Church of the Holy Fathers of the Seven Ecumenical Councils is beautiful in a dark, solemn way. In the chapel on the ground floor, it is so dark that it is hard to see the icons that clearly do look out from the inconostasis. The church on the main floor was closed, ...