Travel Blogs from Khabarovsk
... was Russia's government. He had to make difficult decisions in order to build up the economy. He removed Russia from WWI and he decided to keep capitalism so to improve the economy. He did everything to improve the Russian lives. The square is beautiful, filled with flowers, and a statue of Lenin. Make sure you pass this square!
Khabarovsk, Russia is a city in eastern Siberia, in between the Amur and Ussuri rivers. It'a along ...
... of driving in Yakutia – it’s a 4wd van, quite lightweight, and extremely basic inside. They all come in blue-grey, and it’s the family vehicle of choice in Yakutia, because the roads are so bad. Think loaf of bread on wheels and you’re pretty close.
UPDATE ON BARB AND JIM
Today they reported in from Lake Baikal. They said there were four seasons in a day, and all is ...
... bus station to look at a bus to Vladivostock, to finish our trans Siberian journey. The buses were much better suited to us, so we bought a ticket for the following day. Back to Tanya's place, which was where we were now staying and we had a shower and change and headed out to meet Anatoyla for some food and beers. I gave Anatoyla the promised Lake Baikal waters I'd been carrying for a week, to his delight! It was decided to go check out the Harley Davidson place ...
... about 50km beyond Kabarorvsk. It was so hot – 33 degrees. The camp was some kind of quarry again, and right next to the Trans Siberian railway. Amazing how busy that line is – freight train after freight train, with lots of passenger trains as well. Lana threw rocks into a big puddle.
While we were eating our dinner, a Uaz jeep rumbled past, saw us and stopped. A big Russian dude dressed in camo gear hopped out and called out in Russian ...
... k og forsøgte at få den anden til at komme over til os – til stor
morskab for de to dumme og uforståelige danskere som sad ved bordet. Det lykkedes
os dog at få bestilt to meget store måltider til hver, da vi ikke havde spist
andet en to ”flymuffins” og en enkelt cocio de sidste 24 timer.
Den følgende dag besluttede vi os for at drage i krig med
Skt. Petersborg, Lenin og Stalin. Til vores hjælp havde vi Kaspers Iphone og