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... which is a collection of extensive fortifications built to keep the Japanese out around the 1900's. Just like we built Fort Denison to keep the Russians out.
Our last dinner was at the Verandah Restaurant with animal skins and heads on the walls not so appealing for the vegetarians amongst us. Food wasn't bad
We flew back next day Korean ...
... and told him to be quiet or else. Speechless, mouth slightly dropped open, numb with shock, resigned in defeat, his look said it all as you could see he just wished for this scary vision before him to disappear. Without uttering a word he shut his door. I went back to bed and you could hear a pin drop. Michi slept through it all!
In spite of the night’s experience, Ulan Ude is a relaxed Siberian city with an attractive pedestrianized area. Our private tour of ...
... the same condition as 1500km ago, which while not good, at least something was still there. The side of the road had many nice trees showing the autumn leaves in yellow brown and red. We saw harvesters in operation and round rolls of hay filling various paddocks. The condition of the towns, shops and farms improved as we got closer to Vladivostok. Previously many houses looked unkept but these looked like someone cared. Chickens were out the front of some houses. We ...
... havoc on its neighbour. It was another of these morality questions that come up with just about every country we visit- if we took a stand on all things offensive we might never leave our basement (assuming we had a basement). So here we were in the land of the second best hockey team in the world.
Before our train journey was to begin we had a couple of days to poke around Vladivostok. Given that Vladivostok had the reputation of a secretive ...
... breakdown in law and order in Vladivostok. Moscow backed down and now the ban on right hand drive cars is being "gradually" phased in!
Vladivostok received a face-lift in the run up to a 2012 meeting here of the Asia Pacific Economic Council (APEC), with a new airport, roads, tunnels and bridges. Our guide tells us that this made life a lot easier for long-suffering city residents, but although sometimes described as “Russia’s San Francisco” due to ...