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... three times. It is equivalent to how we knock on wood. Definitely more sanitary. Speaking of sanitary, kissing pictures of icons is very popular in the churches, which means I will never question and epidemic again in Russia. Returning to the three spits, to be fair, you don't actually really spit, you just kind of make the noise. If you are interested in learning more Russian superstitions, let me know! We just discussed a list last week in class that I could post as another ...
... for another busy week. Hopefully this week of class will be a bit better.
Until next time! Love from Russia!
P.S. I normally have really, really weak nails, but here I have noticed that my nails are substantially stronger. I noticed the same thing in Costa Rica. What am I lacking in my American diet?
P.P.S. If you have any questions or things you want me to cover specifically, just comment on my blog, send me an email, or facebook me! I'll do my best to address ...
... journey, travelling between cities by overnight train so I could fit more into my trip. However, I didn't factor in the fact that I have nowhere to shower or change my clothes. Suzdal was the last time I had a shower now. Thank god for merino and its multi-day wearing ability! I read somewhere that Yekaterinburg station has some showers available for travellers. I really hope so, because otherwise it'll be another 3 days before I can wash. This may get worse before it gets better ...
... of malachite or jasper (actually, there were several vases), table tops, maps of Russia with each region done in a different type of stone. It was amazing to see how intricate the craftsmanship was.
So, now we are on Monday and today was going to be one of our high-points. As many of you may know, Nick is the proud owner of an Ural sidecar outfit. And this particular motorbike is built in a town called Irbit which is about 240km north-east ...
... little about each other and our culture. This has been one of the better train rides. I gotta get off at midnite and try to get ticket to Kazan ASAP to catch up time.
17km west of Yekaterinburg I cross from Asia into Europe and leave Siberia and cross the Urals into Russia proper. Siberia is flat and full of trees so everything is made of wood. All the towns are wood houses, they dont paint them, and they all look the same....drab. I skipped Yekaterinburg cos they say there ...