Siberian Safari Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... through the Russian classics, you can also spend a good amount of time trying to calculate what time it is where you are. We passed another 3 time zones on our way to Irkutsk, which takes us to 8 hours ahead of the UK. The train, as well as all the stations in the towns you stop in, operate on Moscow time including all departure boards and schedules- in some cases, the stations are in such small places that these villages exist as a ...
... with boiling water. We still had some of the German sausage we bought in Beijing and so chopped this up with the knife from our spork set and mixed it in. To top it all of we borrowed some of Gemma and Kelvin's bottle of mysteriously named 'Flavouring', which looked like soy sauce but literally just had the word Flavouring on the side of the bottle.
Afterwards I reclined in my bunk with a peppermint tea and alternating between reading and writing my diary. As this was ...
... t leave our room (which has a balcony by the way) until after 3pm and decided on a walk towards the river (seen enough museums lately). We aimed for a park area on the map and were surprised both by finding it and that it had a “Fun-Fair” on it. I wasn’t allowed to go on any rides but I did get an ice-cream!
Walked through the park and came out to a promenade walkway running alongside the river Yenisey. ...
... and the like whilst the train is rattling along. Once in the restaurant car we find a space standing and sitting at one of the breakfast type bars as most of the available seats are taken with dinners. Two of the booths have been used as dumping grounds for drinks crates and other stock, not the best use of space for a busy train we feel.
The manager and her waitress are quite cold. The aloof waitress, a million miles from a smile, gives us a menu and proceeds to ignore us for ...
... carriage. They must be army recruits or something, they all have at least one set of camo gear, including smart little cadet type hats; really short hair and are all aged no older than twenty.
I make myself some breakfast of porridge and when I move onto a couple of clementines for afters, I offer them to the lady who shares (I use that word very loosely!) the table with me; hand outstretched, containing the fruit, eyebrows raised in a universal 'do you ...