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in Krasnoyarsk the stop is long enough to buy some Russian brown bread, potatoes garnished with dill, some pickled cucumber and a pack of sliced sausage for our evening dinner. On this train, no dining car.
We still have some of the lovely cup cakes (not sweet, firm and with a little crunch) we purchased back in Irkutsk, a bottle of beer and half a small bottle of brandy. Earlier we bought warm meat and onion pies from the lady on the train... A sort ...
... fifteen years and two million copies sold. A Krasnoyarsk - based sports team's twelve hour cameo livens up proceedings. On their way home from a tournament in Novosibirsk, the two girls on the team are barely settled into the top bunks of our cabin when the rest of the squad - all guys - are hovering at the door. They arrive as bodyguards but quickly pile into ...
... a monument to the founders of Irkutsk.
After that we had a couple of hours free so Wendy and I just carried on wandering haphazardly, following a painted green line on the ground which took you passed some of the city centre's notable buildings. The first library, the town hall, more churches and a lot that seemed to be former mansions that now housed offices or museums. We also passed a bar called The London Pub, which had wood panelling and leather seats although ...
... to let them sit on one of the bottom ones they elected to climb up top and it wasn’t long before he was asleep. The teenager? She read on her smart phone for ages.(Note - if Carol looks fatter than normal it's because she has her
money purse under her shirt - she hasn't put on that much weight!!)
Tried (it was hot in the cabin so finally dispensed with quilts) to settle down to sleep about 9pm as we knew we had ...
... being a short back and sides with a curly peroxide toupee flop on top! She does the night shifts and a chap called Serge is on days. If you approach the loo near her compartment she barks 'niet!' Pointing to the other end of the carriage and the opposite loo. We think this because she uses the closer loo as her personal smoking booth. It is worth noting that There is NO toilet paper in either loo on this leg and it becomes apparent that the overall appearance of a carriage ...