Best Eastern Hotel Mikos
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... four hours by bus. When we had got to that river, we briefly unpacked our rain coats, had a small lunch in a local cafe, stringed out the bags and went by unknown path.
Firstly we passed through a small village with lovely small houses and views around. We didn't have special trekking boots or rubber jackboots so our trainers were full of water in a little while. After a couple of minutes of our trekking we came across a small brook and realised that we had to ...
... 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 ...
... went for a hike around area and finished the cave site off with some Russian pancakes. We opted to walk back to the train station instead of taking a taxi. This allowed us to really get a feel for the Russian countryside. The potholed dirt roads and crumbly cement bridges possessed a certain type of charm. Soon we arrived at the station with about an hour to spare. What do to, what to do? So we found a bar and had some beer. Slightly buzzed we boarded the train which was completely full. ...
We arrive in the evening in Perm, which seems to be a quiet city. It looks less modern than Ekaterinburg. We have a homestay at 2 apartments, neighbours from each other. The difference between the 2 hosts cannot be bigger but the hospitality in both families is so warm and welcoming. In both houses we get the bedrooms, the ladies sleep on the couch in the living room. As the apartments are downtown, it might be expensive to live here and we assume that both ...
... that’s about all L and D could work out. Called into the small town of Kem and saw a statue of Lenin in front of some building. Back in ’98 Lenin was well out of favour and my humans hadn’t seen one statue of him, this was the first of several we have seen by the time by secretary has got around to writing this. L also took some photos of those lovely wooden houses that are often lopsided and very much the worse for wear so I hope ...