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The final few days in Mongolia were a real trial for us and also the car. Long days being pounded by the washboard surface of the rock strewn desert tracks. Our car suffered damage to the rear suspension and we spent 4 hours with the local population of Altay helping us rebuild the rear springs and mountings. The rear brake pipe was broken again …
... Siberia (Stalin didn't come up with the Gulag system himself. He just reinstated a tsarist policy. One that he was a part of on several occasions). One of the most famous exiles was Dostoyevsky, exiled after his death sentence for revolutionary activities was commuted. On at least two occasions, he was nearly beaten to death by guards, once for complaining that there was dirt in his soup, the other for saving a drowning man the guard said to let drown. Thankfully my journey isn't ...
... at the car and for the first time I was able to understand, although I knew they were being friendly before, it was great to converse, even got offered vodka by one, really started to feel like I was in Russia.
The next day we set off and 291 miles, we arrived at the hotel and although it was a very reasonable £10 it is what you would expect for £10. It had secure parking though and we managed to get the stove going and cook some dinner, cheap day. Also managed to watch ...
... L about the whole country was that even when we were far from any habitation or animals there didn’t seem to by anything that smelt like 'fresh’ air. Always there was the odour of sheep and goats, perhaps it’s because these animals have been grazing across these mountains and steppes for thousands of years. A thing that made my humans laugh was a sign that said "trees are our future", in this place there possible wasn’t a single tree ...
... stinging your face and numbing any inch of skin you left foolishly exposed within seconds. I eventually managed to find a place to exchange money - in the domestic terminal of all places! - and caught a cab into the city. I took a day room at Novosibirsk's only international hotel because I wanted somewhere to escape the cold, but it turned out to be a blessing in disguise as I wasn't allowed to check my luggage all the way through to Moscow and would have been stuck ...
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