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... a sort of white cylinder shaped building), Saljapin Museum (Empirestil villa), Kkrjabin Museum, houses of the rich and famous, and not forgetting the endless churches.
In an effort to be more culturally aware now that I am in the second half of my century on this planet, and in an effort to perhaps find my lost and lonely cultural gene, I decided on this trip to go outside my comfort zone (something I read you should do at least once a day to improve yourself) and visit as many ...
... lifespan. I have a certificate to
prove it! After our dip into this very
cold body of water, we must first do a vodka blessing to the 4 corners of the
world in order to appease the spirit of Lake Baikal. Then we hike back up the
embankment for a picnic next to the train.
Never in my
wildest dreams did I ever think I would be singing Russian songs, drinking
vodka and having a picnic in Siberia!!! What a day.
... for us but that would have been outside our budget.
So if you are thinking of doing as we have, just remember:-
'Self-managed travel is only intended for those who are prepared to seriously plan ahead and to stand and wait when necessary’!
Now if you are thinking that all the arrangements and sending and checking email confirmations etc., was all down to Carol, you would be absolutely right. My job was to carry the heavy ...
... to record the event however there were a couple of TV crews filming it so it won't go unreported. Perhaps she will be on the same train as us tomorrow when we leave for Siberia! So for the next three and a half days we will be on the trans-Siberian railway and therefore, we presume, out of WiFi range so the next blog update will be from the shores of Lake Baykal where I will be able to bore you with all sorts of facts and figures about the largest freshwater lake in the ...
Just walking to a bank and my hostel the people here look hard. Like when you see an old war vet. Not necessarily scary, but their eyes tell a story. Maybe it's decades of communism still not warn off or it's in their DNA. The men look tough and most are about my height of 6'1". A big change from Asia. I saw a few people drunk on the street but hey, go to NYC and you'll see your fair share also.
Just from being lost ...