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... lit to give the impression of a cellar. Standing here was a particularly moving experience. The original house where the eleven murders took place was demolished in 1977 when Boris Yeltsin was mayor of the city, then known as Sverdlovsk. Apparently just a couple of months ago there was an obituary in the English newspapers to the very last remaining Romanov, who passed away, presumably peacefully, in the south of France I believe. Our guide ...
... throat infection so just after leaving our hostel for our walk around Yekaterinburg I took, what we had with us, which were a couple of locally purchased Paracetamol tablets, which were huge. It became apparent why they were so big when I started frothing at the mouth. They were intended to dissolve in water first. This is what comes of not being able to read the labels of anything!
Back to walking in Yekaterinburg where it was raining (at ...
... 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 ...
... can ask for a ticket from here to there (Novosibirsk to Irkutsk, in this case) and then have when etc written out on your phone, then you really can just buy a ticket at the station. At the cafe we found a French girl who was heading east to Japan but by the ferry-no cock ups on the time left on her visa-and some earplugs in a chemist's. My second class compartment is comfortable, more so than the first train. The first was train no. 110, this ...
... just left him to sort it all out! I was never so happy that he is so experienced as a 4WD driver.
We just want to talk about a wonderful purchase that we made before we left home. Last year, when we were on our shake-down trips in FNQ and Victoria/NSW, we would often have to clean out the fridge in the car, to deal with smells, usually caused by meat. I said to Nick that I thought that I would like a vacuum-sealer unit to take on the trip. After much ...