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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 ...
... number was partially in Cyrillic, it was easy to find it. Security was like at an airport, metal detector and scanner, but with shoes on and no limit on liquids. We were able to board the train half an hour before we left, giving us plenty of time to get settled in our seats. Because I wasn't sure what the quality of the train and amenities would be, I booked first class tickets for us, and I'm glad I did. Our seats were spacious, and ...
... yet. Even though the Internet coverage in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the two major cities and business hubs in Russia, are of great quality, the rest of Russia can be a nightmare. It is only day two of our meetings and several hosts told us, that in Siberia for instance people climb on trees and hills to have network coverage. Internet is often only available at local post offices. Can you imagine?
Another reason that makes ...
Today we visited Kolomenskoye Estate. It is an estate that was built in the 14th century outside of the city so the Tsars, including Ivan the Terrible could enjoy the fresh country air. The estate is massive with over 900 apple and cherry trees.
One of the main places to visit in Kolomenskoye is the Church of the Ascension. It was built in 1532 by ...
... he find a cashpoint? No! Finally in the last place he looked he managed to find a machine! Phew.
The second challenge was to get the Metro just 2 stops to our hostel. Sounds nice and easy doesn’t it? Well it wasn’t! You could spend a whole day looking at the Cyrillic alphabet and still come away scratching your head. Back to front R’s and the number 3 as a letter who thought of that? We finally managed to match up ...