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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 ...
... too, so the heat favoured East Asians and great to see a Japanese picking up bronze. The decathlon was enthralling, the throws diverting-especially the French 'Bigot' attempting to qualify in the hammer-the long jump qualification dramatic-defending champion tied for 12th and last qualification spot, going through because her second best jump was better, having jumped the same distance twice. So to Mo. Lots of talk about how the big groups of ...
... St Basil's Cathedral at night whilst the remainder of the group headed out on the lash.
Up and out early on our second day leaving the hostel at 10am. We headed off to Ismailov Kremlin, an old abandoned wooden theme park which was then turned into a large flea market. Very eerie but cool at the same time. Once we'd had enough of guys trying to sell us tasers we headed back to Red Square to see St Basils Cathedral. After seeing many cathedrals ...
... other at our meeting spot (I do not recommend meeting at tube stations with multiple exits; in Moscow or elsewhere), we spent a wonderful evening drinking tea and Japanese cherry wine with them and we enjoyed hearing the perspective of young professionals living and working in the Russian capital. The following day - can't say it was the morning - Gilles and I made our way to the Gulag Museum in the center of the city. It was a great museum - comparable ...
... another blockade finally let us through, the final hurdle was the security walk through screens – unfortunately the drink cans weren't allowed but they let us go through without problem – finally we were in and a massive relief - we looked at our watch – 20 minutes to midnight. We wandered to a spot we thought would be good for viewing the clock as well as seeing the fireworks directly over st basils – surprisingly, red square ...