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... but found my milk had turned lumpy. Which I only discovered after I had poured some into my plunger. And now I have solid milk lumps stuck in my plunger. This does not please me.
According to my guidebook we passed the halfway point between Moscow and Beijing shortly after my breakfast. There is a white obelisk to mark it apparently but we couldn't see it. I think it was behind a freight train parked on the other line. Passing a lot of little villages with little rough ...
... hungry so wanted to test our the buffet car again for breakfast, walking to the buffet car is interesting in its self, between each carriage you have to pass between 2 doors that expose you to the metal work and foot plates between them we have about 6 of these to go through they are also quite dark and very noisy. We try the ham & eggs for breakfast which come with bread, again it's on a side plate but the waitress is a little more responses and we do get a sort of smile. ...
... to take some pictures. I feel like I'm sailing through all this countryside and wasting it by not committing it to my memory card. A lot of it really reminds me of Sweden actually, lots of deep green forests and the odd village of wooden houses. I need the fresh air too, if I spend much longer only having access to fresh air for no more than 15 mins at a time I'm sure I'll go doolally! Also on the list is to try and get my phone charged so I can get in touch with the ...
... 088km in about 19 hours to Irkutsk. Irkutsk is about 70km from the southwest end of lake baikal, and a good starting spot in that region. Luckily we have until October 7th when we take the next train to Ulaanbaator, Mongolia, and will thus have plenty of time to explore the lake baikal. So you can look forward to some great pictures and stories from the deepest and by far oldest (25 million years) fresh water lake on earth and also a UNESCO world heritage site.
... in sight...oh dear! Now we were
faced with a dilemma as, seeing as it was a pub, they didn’t really serve
traditional Russian food, so we couldn’t even ask for things we were familiar
with! Luck must have been on our side, as we had the loveliest waiter, whose
English was practically flawless, so he guided us around our menu. After a
tasty brunch, we took to the streets to get a glimpse of some of the famous
sights! I ...