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... Chocolate filled croissants, meringues, and cream filed biscuits of all sorts. I bought a box for 150 roubles and so did everyone else just about so we all shared our bought booty around, including with the carriage attendant (always good to keep on their good side).
Despite this sugar rush, I wanted to have something more substantial to eat so I went back to my cabin (the smell emanates from it into the corridor), climbed up onto my bunk and made a couple of cheese, salami ...
... on YouTube, the unknown glamour of being on the road.
Next day we set off again but upon studying the route that Google Maps had suggested with my Russian Atlas we decided to change it, I don't think Google Maps appreciated that we were driving in a Mini and the roads it was suggesting only came up as tiny little lines on the atlas, I prefer big red ones. Now although I am sure there is much worst to come in Mongolia and beyond, I have adopted a cautious approach ...
... hundred kilometres in any direction.
This part of western Mongolia is famed for it's eagle hunting festival held in October. As a by product of this festival where they capture wild eagle and train them to hunt on demand, we came across some eagle sitting atop posts. They are actually chained to the posts and the poor things were just hunched up there as they couldn't do anything else. This sight quite distressed L who loves to see creatures free. ...
... suitcase around behind me in the Siberian snow. THE SNOW!!!! Incredible! Amazing! Breathtaking! The park in front of the hotel was literally blanketed in snow and, seeing an excellent photo opportunity, I attempted to divert from the path. And lost my foot! Actually, I lost my foot, ankle, and half my calf. As an Australian not used to snow I was not particularly sure as to how it exactly 'worked'. I soon learnt! Snow is nowhere near as sturdy as it appears and it's depth ...
90; sounds like toilet, ресто
88;ан sounds like restaurant, кафе sounds like cafe. It's the same situation with bank, bar, internet, coffee, pizza and a miriad of other words. When you look around reading signs you wonder if the Russians have any of their own words - until somebody tries to talk to you.
We have been absolutely blown away by the hospitality we've received in a ...
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