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... on Moscow time). The forecasts tell us it will be snowing in Yekaterinburg when we arrive in two days.
My feet, cold and wet in my Keens sandals with two pairs of soggy socks purchased in Beijing, told me time to buy boots, like the fur-lined ones I saw for sale back in the Irkutsk market. The hotel receptionist laughed, it'll be minus 6 next week.
Siberian houses are heated with wood stoves. As you pass through the one-street villages you see the effort that ...
... sometime. He was somewhat matted and grubby, but had the cutest face and was blessed an endearing personality and winning smile. He came up to us and danced on his back legs, waving his front paws. He was adorable. We looked around for a house, but could see none. What a shame it would be if he was abandoned. I toyed with the idea of taking him home, with all the quarantining etc. that would involve, but Des soon brought me to my senses. It was hard to ...
... try living in a Yurt.
The scenery we are passing is a nice change from the plane fields. We have passed over some streams, valleys, and more villages with interesting homes. These villages we quickly pass through have these log houses that look centuries old, but are still inhabited with large backyard gardens. Speaking of buildings, I noticed that at each station we stop at, the central station buildings are always well ...
... We got back into the cruise terminal around 5.45pm and I scooted up to the Internet Café to upload another blog update.
We boarded the ship and called into Crooner’s bar for a quick beer then I headed up to the cabin to get changed for dinner. We’d arranged to meet Lloyd and Jan up in Adagio but I couldn’t remember what time we’d finally decided on so I called their cabin. They’d only just got back from their ...
... car running lovely. In the end we completed 390 miles, leaving us only 50 miles till Novosibirsk and a nice hotel and a planned few drinks :)
The motel we stayed in also deserves a mention, bar far the nicest place and was full of truckers, and yes, many of the truckers fitted the truckers stereotype, it was funny.
Next day we where off and although it was only 50 miles it was an eventful journey, first it started raining, which meant the car started running ...