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... lacquer boxes. Apparently when the soviets prevented the icon painters from painting those they turned to lacquer boxes, made of papier mache and hand designed representing daily life, they are hugely expensive and well sort after. So began the long trip back to Moscow, meant to take 3 hours it took a good four,mainly because of an accident miles up the highway near the city itself. two cars had scraped each other. The drivers were standing talking ...
Its now beginning to turn almost midnight back home and morning where i was going. After roughly 9 hours of movies and having seen the Hobbit: the desolation of Smaug, Django Unchained, and X-Men Days of Future Past, i finally began to get a bit tired. Despite the fact that i was finally preparing myself to dose off, i was disturbed by the first rays of light coming in through the window as the ...
... After about an hour of aimless roaming, we finally found the correct building. I went upstairs and met Mila's mother, who, with a friendly smile, handed over the keys. Mila's instructions then led us back on to the Metro and to the area of Anna's apartment. A similar problem arose when we arrived. Which building is it? Another hour of aimless wandering until we finally opened (after about ten minutes of fittingly wrangling with the lock) the front door and entered ...
... of course VODKA. Now, onto our 101 hour train journey.
Things we've learned -
Russian people do actually look 'hard'
The rollerblade is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
The Lada is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
Claire's shoulders still get sunburnt, even in Moscow.
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 1
Trains used - 1
Metros used - 1
... terminal where there were many signs and placards. I took this early opportunity to practice my pronunciation of Russian as I had been learning the Cyrillic alphabet
“ Now this one is easy”, I boasted to Roisin. “A triangle is “D” an “O” is the same as English, an “X” is pronounced like a “H” but not sure what a square is.”.
It was too much for Roisin as she burst ...