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... and seems to be enjoying herself. Not sure if she is being paid, probably not.
Each carriage on the train has 5 cabins, and 2 attendants who are on duty 24 hours a day. We have Maxim and Ekaterina. They don’t have very good English but are very friendly and determined to help. As soon as you leave the cabin for breakfast, they whip in and pack up the beds and put everything in order. When you go to dinner at night they ...
... for some paper, probably a permit to enter the border regions, however they didn’t have one and pleaded total ignorance of all things. The fellow after a few minutes then asked for 10,000tugret, about €5, so D said he would go back into town and get this permit, but then the fellow just gave up and waved us on, so off we went.
We spent an interesting few days as we went through some very tiny villages, and camped by some rushing ...
... and I had the first rain, only a shower, so not to troublesome, and apparently a lot better than at home, found a nice little motel just before sun down at 12£ it's hardly worth getting the tent out, a hot shower and plan tomorrow. Ps forgot to mention lost another time zone, now six hours ahead and in the great scheme of things I am currently further east than Afghanistan and Mumbai. ...
... some flat glass can't be too much of an issue. Car 49, the Porsche 911 of Phil Cuere, went down when the engine blew up.
The Volvos are doing well - best placed Volvo is the Amazon of Richard White and
Richard Scott, at 7th, Kerry and Kevin Finn are 11th, and Allison and Peter Cotes are on 14th; but the most popular car now we are on the "home turf" of the Russian crew is ...
... stop, swapping lines and heading to St Issac's Cathedral.
Here we bought tickets to the Colonnade and climbed the near 300 steps to the top.
Our efforts were rewarded once we reached the top with impressive views of the city.
We then climbed down and headed to the park to see the Bronze Horseman statue followed by a stroll along Nevsky Prospekt.
We purchased a few souvenirs (strangely, no tea towels to be seen!) and headed back to ...