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... out, in nod to our school disco days, we went to the city ice rink in the early evening because, despite the layer of ice coating the roads, payments and central river we felt we hadn't had enough near falls. Amazingly, with only one fall apiece, we are now safely back on the train, this time in third class, rattling past a landscape entirely covered in snow and ice. The trees look like they've been sugar coated. Don't lick them though. Just ...
... Irkutsk. However, and here's the funny part, when Anne emailed Andrei a couple of days later to describe what happened, he replied that we were not actually supposed to eat the little apples but it was the juice that we should have drunk! We continue to live and learn. Got off the train for the 45 minute stop in Krasnyorsk. On the platform was a mixture of people including a group of serious walkers/climbers and an increasing number of Mongolian featured people. We were ...
... was the metal sculpture on the outskirts of Lightning Ridge shaped to look like an Emu. What had caught his eye was that the body of the emu is an old Volkswagen Beetle and as he is an engineer with Volkswagen he was quite amused by it. We also looked at some family photos before declaring we came to Russia to see Russia so back to looking out the window.
Again one of the overriding impressions of Russia is the abundance of the same looking tenement buildings when you ...
... for parents to reject their babies. Orphanages are the only growth industry and they produce damaged, disfunctional individuals. There is no work beyond tending a veg patch and as the population dwindles, schools close and many are left without schooling. Escape to the city often leads to homelessness or prostitution. Russian internet brides are plentiful but beware; they may come with a deal of emotional baggage. One legacy of the socialist era are the ...
... piece of cloth, saucer or any other flat or flexible item will keep the water long enough for a cat wash)
- Triangular key (sure, it opens and closes just about everything from doors to panels to water supply but we didn't need to hide anything from the customs guys)
We could have used one of these:
- Russian SIM card with free internet ...