Hotel Mayak

85A, Gorkogo St, Listvyanka, Lake Baikal, Siberia, 664520, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 85A, Gorkogo St, Listvyanka.
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    Travel Blogs from Listvyanka

    Olkhon Island...Nikita's, the Island, and The Cup

    A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 25, 2014

    34 photos

    ... a table in the mess hall and ate dinner together. Jamie and I then booked a 4x4 sightseeing tour of the north part of the island for the following morning. Afterward Jamie went to sleep while the Dutch girls and I picked up some more beers and watched the sunset over lake Baikal from the beach. By the time we returned the live music at Nikita's was finished and the place looked like a ghost town. Time to rest up for the 4x4 adventure in the ...

    Day 17 - 25km hike on the Great Baikal Trail

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 16, 2013

    13 photos

    ... from there, so turned back the way we came. The climb back up the hill was hard, but we enjoyed the silence in the forest as we trekked. The silence was broken sharply, much to my surprise, as Kim started singing a song at the top of her voice. It's hard to believe we didn't see much wildlife! On the way back down the other side towards Listvyanka, we saw another person for the first time on the trail. He looked very pleased to see us too as he had been lost and we reassured him ...

    Hiking around Khuzhir

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 24, 2013

    1 comment

    ... made a turn towards a big hill with what appeared to be a hut of some kind on its peak. The road seemed to make for it so I kept following it. I ran into a herd of cattle casually grazing by the road. One bull kept looking at me, so I waited for them to pass to the other side of the road just in case. The road kept getting steeper and by midday I made it to the top. Fantastic view of the lake and Khuzir on one side, and the forest covered mountains on the other. The hut at ...

    Soviet era four wheel driving

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment

    ... to go on an excursion to Cape Khoboy, the northernmost point of Olkhon. I asked if there would be room for me, as I didn't have anything planned for the day. He asked someone and he came back and said there was. I quickly donned more layers of clothing than yesterday: 2 pairs of pants, a black T-shirt, my merino top, my grey long sleeved top, a button up long sleeved shirt, and then finally my fleece top. Just wish I had gloves and a hat. Oh well. ...

    First name terms with the toilet...

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 22, 2013

    ... happen wherever and whenever drivers want. It wasn't too hair raising, but was definitely an experience. Soon the countryside changed, getting hillier and quite forested. Lots of autumnal colours everywhere. Very spectacular and I just wished we could've stopped to take photos. It was around this point that I started feeling a few gurgles in my stomach. I just put it down to the lack of number 2's that morning. The country and the roads changed again, with treeless hills on both ...