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... and share food and vodka, but with the russian sense of non interation with english speakers, this might be difficult.
the food carraige was like you would expect, tables, four chairs. and offered food like fish, sambops and beers. The best thing about it was the staff, one of the women was super frienldy, and was happy to talk to us in russian, even though she knew we couldnt understand. she came to be knows as "train mom" ...
... 20839;內非 24120;優雅，由& #20854;在白雪之 下更特岀她 ;的高貴。ฯ 9;另一金環ŵ 25;鎮Sergiev Posad華麗及遊 20154;不絶完全& #55372;一樣。 之後沿修道 ;院沿Kamela River散步, ...
... got lucky as our one could say a few words in English and seemed ok. Her English was limited but I could understand what she meant when she told me to come and see her if I wanted to buy some good Russian Vodka. She did not warm to Wills so much and told me I had to tell him off for slamming the bin lid shut at the end of the carriage as people were sleeping. This was communicated by putting fingers in ears to show loud, eyes closed with hands next to head to ...
5185km in 3 1/2 days that's the trans Siberian rail journey from Moscow to Irkutsk, and that's what we did. Once we had settled into our little 4 bed cabin (we are sharing with an Aussie called Mike). Matt and I have the two bottom beds, Kat and Mike the top ones. We had a little table and bag storage under the bottom bunks and above the cabin door. We soon found out that the trains are HOT! It's freezing outside and then about 25 degrees inside, with radiators running ...
I arrived early afternoon in this hostel, where all my stinking clothes plus my smelly body got a proper wash!
I will organise tomorrow the continuation of my trip, will update you about Irkutsk and my plans during my two rest days here .