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... of the city as the next days photos will show. Again it was a very warm and humid 29 degrees.
St Petersburg was named after St Peter not Peter the Great as many think. However, Peter the Great founded St Petersburg. Tonight the show on board was the Russian Folklore Dancers. This show was most impressive and well received by the audience.
... thing to hear Corey Taylor being done in Karaoke) Everyone was having fun and so friendly. Even met a crazy 7ft tall Scotsman, who was teaching english. This bloke was insane.
We stayed till stumps and then headed home. Was a great night and we made plans to meet up with our Finnish friends in Kouvola, before saying bye. We crashed and packed ready to hit up Moscow. Tomorrow is the fast train, I have been looking forward to.
... only recently allowed tourist to visit their country – so that is why their rules to enter their country are so strict.
During our trip we also had other officials come through our cabin such as the customs officials. Peter and I didn’t mind this as it was much better than lining up and being checked as you do at airports. Next person to come through our cabin was the money exchange lady – but Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal had already ...
... been in our team before) and – wonder of wonders – we actually won! So that’s two nights on the trot, so maybe we’ve now got our brains in gear!
After the quiz we just sat for a while, talking and drinking, then it was back to our cabin and off to bed.
Wednesday, 17th ...
... juice, and I would have quite enjoyed a cider; random other people got wine. No-one ever took Ram's food order, and he had to go chasing after a waitress with a menu. The food, when it arrived, was also a bit random - I waited some 15 minutes after most other people got their mains, for example. And all with this standard Russian sigh when one asks for anything. "Oh, GOD!!! This bloody customer wants his FOOD!!! Oh, well, I suppose I'LL have to do it!" I will ...