Travel Blogs from Khabarovsk
... spotted a big square up ahead, so had to run round that. I thought I knew where to go, but asking the GPS to take me home sent me in a completely different direction. Later I worked it out. There is one long green strip down from station to river. But a couple of streets further along, there's another, with the park in. At a glance I'd decided the latter was the former, putting park near station. And at a stroke explaining my loss of bearings. Two hours run, and I was proper stiff. ...
... Yippee, there is the truck with our container! The container was unloaded, unlocked and opened. Yes, it was the right container and there was our Troopy ready to start her adventures in Europe.
As I previously stated, I’m known for my observations in Container Yards. When we loaded the car, there was a person brought into nail boards in place in the container to hold the car steady. Yuri had told us that he would arrange for people to ...
... up with them for dinner before bidding them a final farewell. Taxi delivered u's to airport at 6.30am & once again we are left at domestic terminal. At least this time international was within walking distance....... Russia has an incredibly high incidence of car accidents, we found out why (apart from the fact that it is possible to simply buy a drivers license!). The taxi driver had the soccer playing on in car TV (& he was watching it), talking on phone & ...
... clean. Nikolai insists that we have
dinner with him and his wife Julia so het picks us up after we have
changed and we have dinner on the main street of Khabarovsk. Dinner
is nice and a welcome change to the usual Russian affair. After
dinner Nikolai and Julia take us for a tour of Khabarovsk which is
really a nice, almost European, place only 25 km's from the Chinese
border. We say goodbye to Nikolai and Julia who insist that we ...
... old and beautiful, some have two toned ornate brickwork, and others have been freshly painted. The riverfront is really nice, with grand stairways through established gardens down to a promenade, with a small sandy beach. And there are more of the swanky shops. The city hall is old and lovely, near a large square full of fountains, paving and flowers. None of the wonky paving here, this place is spick and ...
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