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... time to relax in the train, in all nearly fifty hours!
Yesterday, I arrived in this City Khabarovsk, with a population of about half a million.
Situated, where the Heilongjang River and the Amurskan River merge, it is nicely placed.
Tomorrow, after seemingly a long time, I finally will ride the bike again, towards Vladivostok.
I think it will take me about a week, tree is not to much rush for me, the boat to Japan does not leave before Oktober 29th.
... br> reunited with his family in Siberia and continue life as a welder.
Alexandr shows us his bag of war medals (about 5 lbs, worth!) and his photo
albums which include pictures of his now deceased wife and family. He never
had any children.
After living a totally secular life for 65 years, without any access to
synagogues, Rabbis, Jewish books, or Israel, today Alexandr is a "regular"
in the Jewish community. This week is an auspicious week in ...
... to the northwest of Vladivostok. In a sign of how times have really changed, our guide in Vladivostok tells us that she now takes groups of tourists to Magadan where for those so inclined, there’s the opportunity to spend a few nights there under canvas – although only in summer months!
We’re told that it’s been a fairly mild winter and when we arrive in Khabarovsk it’s a balmy 16 degrees below ...
... to the Corona hostel are sparse-look for the biggest buildings in town, with a crown on. Right-'head for them' is implicit, I guess. Easy to find so long as you go with the flow and the spirit of those 'directions'. "As you emerge", for instance, means "...from the train station". Those from the airport can sort themselves out. Reading: Lee Child, Persuader, Jeffrey Lord, Jade Warrior. Run: 24.33, 5.12; well, it was wet, and I got soggy ...
... to face the onslaught of Russian drivers, who have to be seen to be believed! There seems to be a thriving industry in driving cars from Vladivostok to Moscow, or wherever. These cars have come off the boat and are either Japanese or Korean imports and they are driven, with temporary registration which is taped to their back windscreen, by a group of Russian loons! Or maybe we had gotten into a taping of the next Top Gear special! But these guys zoom ...