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... thing will be published tomorrow when I get somewhere with wifi! Sleeping...well, we'll see how that goes. It's pretty much like if you put a thin mattress on top of Nate's car (which I love, but it could be a smoother ride) and tried to sleep while he drove around the city with all its potholes. No soothing rocking of the train here! Haha! We're very excited to get to St Petersburg and even more excited to see how early they'll let us check into a room to shower, nap and ...
A few days into this little adventure Susie and I are partaking on, I thought it might be a good idea to write a little something! As I write this, I'm half watching a Russian sit com. I have no idea what's going on but it still made me laugh! Crazy Russians. Yep, we're in Moscow. No, it's not cold. I suppose I better start at the beginning. Last Thursday we set off from Heathrow, to a few tears. Unlike when me and Darren went to Oz, we didn't nearly miss the flight because we were still ...
... in consequence of the food import ban. Shopping in a supermarket however, showed me a totally different picture. The shelves were full of imported goods from all over the world. I came to the conclusion that it might take some more time since they might still live from their provisions. Time will show.
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We were driving in a way too comfortable bus for a city trip after a good night out with the ...
... Russians are snobby, demanding and barely speak English. Also, I feel like they are serious most of the time and hardly laugh or even smile. For this study trip I wish that I can get rid of some of those stereotypes and that I will get to know Russians when they are in their daily grind and not behaving like tourists. Moreover, I have to admit that I do not know much about Russia neither do I know many Russians in person. When I think of Russia, the ...
... see massive tower blocks and small villages with basic wooden houses and we haven't been disappointed yet. The train also arrived on time and we were met by a man with a card bearing Rick's. name. I speak no English he said but managed the odd phrase as he drove through the manic traffic to our hotel. We are now based in the outskirts of the city in a totally Russian hotel. It took 30 minutes to check in but we have a pleasant room with a view of a small park surrounded by ...