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Travel Blogs from Khabarovsk
... about 2 hours
looking for a hotel and waiting for the extremely unfriendly
receptionist of yet another Soviet era hotel to call with customs to
ask if it's correct that I don't have an immigration card with my
diplomatic passport. Then she struggles with Duong's name as she
doesn't know what is the first name and what is the last. The hotel
is rather disappointing again and we use our own sleeping bags as the
sheets on the bed don't ...
Surprise – Jon went for a repeat of the spag with strog meatballs at breakfast.
Today we went for our walk into the centre of the city, down to the river. This place is actually beautiful! I can't place which city Khabarovsk reminds me of, but it’s lovely. The main street has lots of trees down each side of the road, separating the road traffic from the very wide footpaths. The ...
... and patience. Were going to miss them! I digress. Back to the story. The tram had finally shown up and we were off again. It was, a pessimists glass, tram and so we didn't get why the ticket lady was shouting at us to pay for our bags. We paid our fare and ignored her. This did not go down well with her. Huffing and puffing she wouldn't give us peace. We just laughed. To appease her I threw my bag on my back, which calmed her a small bit, eyes on Dan and he ...
... job & even gifted G a handle strap. We finally get back to Tanya's for a much needed shave & shower & we're straight out to finally meet Anatoly along with other guests from St. Petersburg he has staying with him & later his wife joined us for a bite to eat & very nice chat. Music mad & many travel stories were shared. Later we headed to the Harley Davidson Pub but were disappointed as it was packed & there was no sign of ...