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... These people must have a tough life and they must be quite poor. But I wonder if they're happy? In the end that's what's important.
Just had a half hour stop in Krasnoyarsk, a major industrial city in Siberia. And it shows. A grey, kind of dismal place with a lot of the soviet era concrete apartment blocks everywhere. But just after leaving the station, we crossed the Yenisey River, the longest river in Siberia and we crossed it on the longest bridge in Siberia (over ...
After a good nights camping, that is to say apart from movements outside on several occasions! I got away relatively early, everything on the bike as it was just about, although I think I have left a lock & chain behind. The first two hours were spent riding in fog/mist on some fantastic roads M53 again. This road cannot make up its mind what it wants to be one minute it's a fantastic winding twisting B road the next a dual carriageway and then a gravel pot holed ...
... a really big logging area as we climb higher, the clocks go on another two times today, we are Moscow time plus 5....it's now 17.05 you'd be surprised to learn that time does pass quite quickly despite the fact that there is nothing to do but watch time go by along with the trees and small track side villages of which there are many. It's possible to get off at some of the stations where the villagers are keen to sell their fruit veg and other 'stuff' not quite sure what it is! ...
The time on my watch says 11.28, and the kind lady just packed up her bed and handed in her sheets. Sad times! I was hoping she'd be with me to Moscow! :o( Once she's packed away her book, she tries to talk to me again. I hold out my pocket French-Russian dictionary in case she wants to actually communicate, I think she just takes it to mean that I'm French. Then she points at the picture of the railway on my Lonely Planet book, and asks me a question. I ...
... we could have spent more time in this beautiful city as
there was just something about it which made it quite charming, but before we
knew it, we had to do some last minute grocery shopping and were back at the
train station, waiting for our next train – this time to Krasnoyarsk.
Russia is a massive country and spans across 9 time zones, so you can
imagine the confusion when trying to organise train times and timetables ...