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Can you spy all the cats we saw JUST today? These kitties are living in the basements of building flats. The residents bring out food and water to the basement windows for the cats. On our way home from our grandmas' house ( a ten minute walk) we saw around 15 cats and kittens. Mostly they were basking in the sun or sitting between the tall grass. Earlier when coming up the stairs to our grandmas' flat, we came upon a grey and ...
... and a male who plays something similar to an accordion. They were very passionate about their music. We both had trouble sleeping last night, but while a little tired no worse for wear. Kizhi Island is an "open air" museum and is officially called State Historical Architecture and Ethnographic Preserve". Now that is a mouthful. It features a number of interesting buildings made in a northern wooden style. The actual construction ...
... on, I could find both the number before and the number after the one I was searching for, which was being strangely elusive. After some internal debate (remembering my harrowing train station ticket office experience in Moscow) I asked a young, leggy and impossibly pretty Russian blonde who was listening to music, if she could help
. As it happened, she wasn’t listening to music; she was using her hands free kit to talk to someone ...
Although shopping wasn't high on our agenda, we did stop at a little store where we all made various purchases of mementos of our time in St Petersburg … Christmas ornaments, children’s books etc … all of us stashed something away for future use !
Just close to this shop was an Armenian Church painted in pale yellow and green - another photo opp not missed by us that’s ...
... as I will have about a week after returning home to pack up my life and relocate it to Far North Queensland. Plus Christmas is somewhere in that week as well! Tomorrow, the Hermitage! I will give my boots one last workout tomorrow (I have no choice but to wear them in Irkutsk and don't want to spend every second of my time in Siberia thinking about having my feet ...