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... perhaps explains why he looked in his late 40's aged 26. Our first experience of discussing Russian politics with locals had come in Moscow: in the style of a spy film, the man we had been chatting to at the bar looked around from left to right, leant in and said in a low voice that he thought "Putin is not a good thing" before looking around again to see if he had been overheard. It was therefore not altogether surprising that politics ...
... than me as it happened, which isn't much but I did establish that the liquid running over the bottom of the caves was in fact wasser.
That evening, didn't have a lot of time for food so just asked the hostel where was close and good. Was directed next door, completely empty but it actually turned out to be the best meal I had the whole time in Russia, albeit both courses were covered in dill. There's a joke in Russia (that I made up) asking "What ...
... were formed by giant worms from outer space. I was none the wiser. We made several stops along the way to view various chambers. This became a little taxing after a while as our guide would talk for an extended period of time in words we didn't understand. While the roughly dozen other people in our group listened intently, we just stood there in the freezing cold. Annoyingly, the lighting set up in the cave made the place look like a cheap carnival attraction. The ice cave is ...
... at each other." He agreed and pretended to look through a periscope as an indication that he had been in soviet submarines. He was turning 65 this year and I was turning 61 so we were of similar age. It was very relaxed as two old Cold warriors, who would have been enemies as young men, were now well over it all now. Both proud of our service, but realising that like the openning text of the Star Wars movies, it had occurred a long time ago in a ...
... Moscow, Jen showed one of them her passport along with her ticket and the response she got in Russian was 'What the **** are you doing?!'. The Moscow Honcho just laughed and wished us luck...! Since then they've consistently told us off for the smallest thing, not allowed us to get off at some stations and on the final day took our sheets and towels off us before we'd finished ad using them, over 2 hours from our next stop at Irkutsk.