Sakhalin Sapporo Hotel
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... will reduce in strength as it crosses Japan and heads towards us and hopefully not affect our itinerary. But who knows. It may be another lecture filled afternoon. This morning Andreas is giving a lecture on "Plate surfing rocks - an introduction to Plate Tectonics". Tonight before the Chef's special dinner Dirk is hosting a small drinks soirée in his suite for the naturalists, some crew and the Captain to thank them ...
... Moscow located in a tiny village. It's a basic wooden house with land to grow all kinds of fruit and veg. The toilet is outside (with a 'long drop') and there's no electric. A perfect escape from the city.
Life at dacha is very low key and easy going.
While Anya's dad busy's himself with building randoms structures around the land, it's a great time for Anya and I to totally chillax or assist in picking things like ...
... the situation several times. This was first rate by him and by AmaWaterways to have this service as part of there transfer. At about 9:50 they started announcing specific checkin numbers for specific flights. THis then caused somewhat of a melee as everyone that was in line had to now get to a specific checkin point. After some searching we found our checkin point and received a "hand written" boarding pass with no gate number an no seat number. ...
... day had been walk around the Red square and all that is there to see, but due to festivities we looked at alternatives and other buildings or items of interest.
After a few hours we ended up in a very long mall with a lot of artist either engaged in painting of playing music.
We had some lunch after which I walked back into the direction of my address of accommodation. I had noticed that the trip in the subway had taken a fairy long time between ...
... bus to the Kremlin. We bought our tickets not really knowing what we were able to see inside, we then gave our rucksacks in for security purposes as told by a random lady in the street. We had to go through security before entering the Kremlin and after entering, it seemed as though half of the place was closed for some reason. We got told off twice for trying to cross one of the roads in the Kremlin. We took a look inside two of the cathedrals inside the walls of ...