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... I'm currently sporting a 60s housewife's perm.
Had a great last night in Moscow at a Ukrainian restaurant, where I couldn't turn down the chance to have a bottle of Ukrainian '*******o' wine. Was then joined by an Aussie from the hostel for a few drinks afterwards and got slightly carried away with the Russian sized vodka shots in a bar later.
Spent the last day wandering the centre and the Kremlin before getting back on the train to Vladimir.
... and an army of flies go hand in hand. Vodka is king in the village and within 5 minutes of arrival, I had a 75ml shot of vodka in front of me. That's a triple UK measure! Just one shot took 3 gulps to empty my glass! Within 20mins, a whole bottle between 2 of us was gone and it was time for a swim in the river before going nut picking in the forest then cherry picking. The evenings entertainment was a game of dominos. This was entertainment back to ...
... been given by the guy at the Embassy was in fact the Embassy’s address!!!!
Well in desperation and prepared to knock on the embassy’s door again we opened the door of another building in the street that had a small hand written note on the door to see if they had any ideas. ‘Lo and behold’ it wasn’t the Consulate, but in fact was where applications for Visa’s for NEW ZEALAND could be made!
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... a few weeks to make it worthwhile.
Just like I said in my final thoughts I wish I wasn't sick and only there for a few days. I ended up not having the flu and it must have just been a fever mixed with poor nutrition. That’s one of the hardest parts of long term travel. You actually need to think about long term health and what you’re eating and doing. Anyways, a Russian visa was $250 and I’m just not sure if ...
... is incredible and iconic. It's a labyrinth of small rooms and medieval sacred books and paintings. Walking around Red Square as a blizzard of snow flurries down, it looks perfect. The Kremlin is full of police (as you would expect) that shout 'closed' at you, if you walk too close to an official building. It is the place where 1000s of huge decisions have been made altering the history of the planet. Photography is banned in all the buildings. The Police sirens are ...