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... The park outside housed another wildlife photography exhibition, so I walked around this with the rest of the theatre-goers afterwards before bed.
Next day, chatted to a very pro Russian Ukrainian over lunch in the hostel before getting back on the train. My current affairs isn't what it should be (particularly after two months travelling) ...
... br> After trying on a racing jacket, we went over to the track and three of the riders came out one at a time to train. It wasn't the race we had travelled to see, but in a way I think it was better like this as we got to meet the riders and the organisers and we had more time to get to know them and to understand what was going on, which we wouldn't have done had the race gone a head as everyone ...
Olgii didn't appear all that attractive. Again there were puddles everywhere the size of swimming pools. Fortunately most are so deep and bumpy that drivers don’t rush through them so avoiding getting drenched with muddy, oily water isn’t as difficult as it could be.
The population of the town is mostly Kazakh and Islamic so there are several small mosques, none very impressive. In the centre is a big open square ...
We went back into Arts Square near Nevsky Prospect and did some shopping. I bought a set of nesting dolls and some wool scarves and wraps.
We had a light dinner then headed over to the Russian Ballet to see short snippets of famous ballets, such as Swan Lake. It was great but I was very tired and looking forward to sleeping in. It took us an hour to get back to the ship. The trouble is that wherever you go and whenever you go, there are traffic ...
... did not meet this old man in the countryside. But we did find ultimate, overwhelming and hearth warming Russian hospitality; Igor from Novosibirsk!
What happened; Natasja (the doctor we met on the train to Yekaterinburg) had called her brother Igor (doctor in Novosibirsk) to tell him about the Dutch couple traveling through Russia.
When we just arrived at our Novosibirsk hostel, Igor was outside waiting for us in his car to show us ...