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So i think it is fair to say that, despite our wish to be considered well travelled and open minded individuals, Helen and I both flew in to Moscow for the first leg of our trip back to Australia with several preconceptions of what we could expect in Russia. One week in, and it is equally fair to say that Russia has dramatically defied these …
... and on view to the public (apparently they re-dip the body in chemicals every decade), and then spent the rest of the day walking among the sculptures near Gorky Park.
After much traipsing around the main shopping street in search of a sports bar that might be able to show the Arsenal match, finally lucked out with underground Voulez vous cafe who were very accomodating though I was the only customer.
Picked up my Transmongolian tickets the ...
... nearly 79 years of totalitarian rule, and fell into chaos politically and economically. From what I’ve gathered, it was the Wild West mixed with the Great Depression, leaving those with military connections, and those in organized crime to run the country’s affairs. Once Putin came into office in 2000, Russia became much more stable in both regards, and started to reestablish itself as a world presence. ...
... the border and changing the wheels took over two hours, it would have been much quicker to get us to change trains. By morning we had moved into another time zone, so 2 hours sleep lost, the weather was sunny and the ground covered in snow so it is on with the long johns (now for some reason called base layer), gloves and wooly hats. We have now arrived in Moscow where it is very cold but sunny, that sort of cold I can deal, ...
... by how immaculately clean it was, they even have a team of people to come and clean the windows while its waiting to leave, very impressive. Once under way it hardly felt like we were moving, so quiet and didn't appear to be going that fast at all until I looked up on a fancy display system only to find we were actually moving at 217 km/h!!!!
What really got me once in the countryside is the amount of small settlements nearby to the ...