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... beautiful the scenery we found".Enjoyed the view enough, we pitched our tent in horrible weather conditions, had a small dinner and tried to have a sleep.
Next morning with no force but with a very strong desire to get home we came back to Perm.
In conclusion I would like to add that this route could've been easier to make if the weather conditions hadn't been that terrible. Anyway this adventure will stuck in our mind as one of the most craziest things we've ...
... spoken English) since Suzdal and had been getting what I perceived to be so many looks of mistrust, disdain or disgust from most Russians that bothered to look in my direction, that I was starting to get a little fed up and wondering why I was stopping in so many Russian cities along the Transsiberian. Popped into a french themed hotel for an eclair and a coffee and to recharge. After a much appreciated pep talk from girlfriend back home, walked back outside ...
13 June 2014: It was soon after we were on our way that we were introduced to Ilia, Alexander, Sergei, and "Grave Digger". They were all cousins traveling with extended family on our train. Their berths, four in total, were lined up next to ours. The first to pop their heads into our berth were Alexander, aged ten, and Sergei, aged nine. At first, they didn't say much. They would just smile, wave, laugh, and then run away while muttering to each other in Russian. I'm sure their ...
... of Mikhail's efforts.
So a city exploration was in order. Perm had been the temporary cultural capital of Russia during WWII when it looked like Leningrad, and possibly Moscow, were going to fall to the Germans, so many of the major cultural institutions were moved there for the duration including the opera, ballet, orchestra and many writers. The residual effect on modern Perm is that it is still considered a cultural centre with an ...
... you can visit in Russia. There is another one which is 10 times bigger but only accesssible for scientific purposes. The stalagmites and stalagtites in ice are nice and all the caves are well-lit. Animal shapes can be seen, there are immense underground lakes etc. Quite impressive and still freezing cold. Jan realised that this must be cold hell (remembered what he saw in UB at one of the temples!). When we get out an hour later the warmth is very pleasant ...