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... she told us that she was a medical student studying at the Moscow State University where she has six more years of studying to go. She also spent twelve months studying at Canterbury University. Periodically she stopped to asked passers-by for directions, gradually steering us to the door of the Apple Hostel. We couldn’t have been more grateful to have immediately met someone so kind who was simply happy to have an opportunity to practice her English.
Still to be sorted was the Visas for Mongolia and of course a copy of my old passport to email back to the travel agents to get my train tickets sorted.
However, we had booked tickets for a 'Russian National Dance' show which turned out to be just one subway stop away from the ‘Real Russia’ office. The show wasn’t until 7pm so we decided to go into Moscow first for some sightseeing before going back again for our Trans-Siberian train ...
... about all the problems in Sochi so no need to go into detail. Started walking to the Kremlin and felt awful still. Stopped at McDonalds where I currently am. Drank a big energy drink and I feel so much better. Could my sickness have been caffeine withdrawal? I didn't have any for about 6 days. We shall find out. Off to the Kremlin.
Sickness is right back with me. Checked all my symptoms and it might be the flu. Doctors tomorrow and if it is ...
As mentioned last blog we were scheduled for a visit to a street, tour of the Underground and a show - they did not disappoint.
We took the Metro to Arbat Street - a pedestrian walk - with artists and buskers and Western type establishments such as MacDonald's, Wendy's, Starbuck's and we had a coffee in Hard Rock Cafe, Moscow.
Thence it was down into the extensive (188 stations, 11 separate lines) Metro and the rush hour crowds. The trains ...
... and saw Delanno Williams racing up, just as williams eased off and grinned back. The two finished the race grinning, pretty much laughing, with each other, as if it was their own private fiefdom, no one else involved. Good to see some British talent happy to mix it up, as did Chris o'hare in the 1500 earlier in the week, taking it on with over a lap to go, and responding whenever anyone came alongside until the final straight. He couldn't ...