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... and Russian Far East. It is the greenest railroad in the world, no coal, gas or diesel, it has electric powered engines. It takes 150 hours from Vladivostok to Moscow over 7 days. However, you can get on and off as often as you like. We had chosen to break up the journey by visiting Ulan Ude, Lake Baikal and Ekaterinburg before ending in Moscow.
To be honest, neither of us was really looking forward to this part of the trip, the train bit that is, as we were not ...
... students on campus who were walking along and asked Crazy doc if he was Malaysian and then referred to him as "uncle" as a sign of respect. As it was getting dark and we had used their time we headed back to the road to find a bus stop, which was due to do its last run for the day and get back into the city. We didn't really know the bus routes and hastily got off the bus at a possible changing point. After 15 min we jumped back on the same bus to continue into town. The ...
... st dining car, and 24 to get to 2nd dining car because you have to go through the kitchen car to get there. We are actually better off than some of the others who are in carriage 2 or 3, for example. You have to walk through a narrow passage way in each carriage watching out for doors that might suddenly open in your face as you are about to go past. Then of course there is the problem of meeting someone coming the other way. We have ...
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... meal served at "parties" at home to celebrate birthdays or other celebrations. (No wonder they look sour!) The first dish turned out to be cooked veges of various types, mixed with cooked dried peas, eggs and a little chicken. The soup was beige (and tasted "beige"). The stroganoff tasted okay, but wasn't especially tender. The icecream was a bit of a cheat I felt.
From lunch we went on to the Peter and Paul Fortress (1703), which has walls ...