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... and friendly. The next day we ventured out to a national park just outside the city called Stolby and had an absolutely fantastic time.
We walked up long paths through the forested mountains to reach huge volcanic boulders (called Stolby) and enjoyed breath-taking views across the forests of the Ural mountain range. At times it felt like the local wildlife were putting on a show for us, with happy squirrels taking nuts ...
... journey of the trip Gemma broke out the Uno and we had a couple of games, which Wendy somehow won. The others then went for a drink in the dining car but after the long day and filling meal I fell asleep in my bunk listening to On The Steps of Central Asia by Borodin.
I have no idea where the train was when I fell asleep but according to the timetable we were in Krasnoyarsk at three in the morning so I've decided that is where this blog entry will show up on the map.
... toothed service with a smile-£0.79, this time. Evening sunshine, a beer and now spontaneously smiling people. Moscow-Krasnoyarsk, 4105km Reading: Don Quixote, to a finish, Flinn, Cloaked. Haddon, A Spot of Bother "You got the impression, sometimes, that parts of his brain were actually missing, that he could quite easily wander into the bathroom looking for a towel while you were on the toilet and have no clue as to why this might be ...
... t want to read, write or look out of the window anymore than because of actual tiredness. I awake around 4 to find soldier boy from the above bunk perched on the end of my bed, putting in some serious boots. I drop back off to sleep until 8, to find that soldier boy has even replaced by a blonde woman and kind lady is also stirring. When i sit up, she wishes me a good morning ( or i assume that's what she says as it was definitely a greeting; but it wasn't ...
... one-day business trip to some tire factory near Krasnoyarsk. We had a fun journey with the two Kazaks, playing cards, drinking beer and chatting about fun topics (and yes including some reference to Borat ;-)).
As we had pulled out our food from the train station, our Kazak co-passengers looked at us a bit worringly and said that they wouldn't eat the food from the train station, but only food from big shops, as they thought only the later was ...