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Outside, the inexhaustible tracts of silver birch trees are studded with corrugated iron roofs and patches of grassland. Contrary to some of the more nostalgic legends woven into the fabric of this journey, the scenery is neither evocative nor life-changing, it just is - in abundance. Each train carriage is governed by a Provodnitsa. She dishes out bedding and meals, and threatens whenever a rule is contravened. She is a ...
... I didn't know enough about the conflict (and claimed to know even less than that) to hopefully cause any offence or land myself in hot water. This chap had been a doctor in a town near Donetsk and had only left for Russia once there was practically nobody left to help. He had travelled out of the West of Ukraine and into Russia from Belarus and had come all the way to Novosibirsk in order to find work. Unfortunately at about 2PM I was asked to ...
... been busy.
At lunch, we went with Alex and his friend from the training to a restaurant. His friend's driving was insane, he sped everywhere and nipped in and out of gaps like a crazy fool. We arrived in one piece to the restaurant and from the window, we could see the crowds gathering, waiting for the olympic flame to arrive. After about half an hour of people waiting, it whizzed by and it was ...
... It was great to be flying with BA, rather than Ryanair or Easyjet. Grand flight, getting in a bit early. But what a trip in from the airport. It was supposed to take and hour minimum, but when we boarded Olga, our guide said it would be an hound three quarters, minimum. In the end it took two and a half hours. We were just in on time not to miss dinner - the restaurant ...
... rubbish and puddles and the odd drunk laying where he fell. Facing the square is an impressive building in the neoclassical style, obviously for something important in Soviet times, but now there are some little shops and even a bank in what was once a theatre. However, mostly the place appears to be empty. The bank is where my humans had to go to change money and inside it was a long narrow room with a row of teller booths on one side, above them running ...
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