Vlad Motor Inn
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... beer house for afternoon tea. The next day was 1st October so apparently we were too early. When we got back we found that an official tour was planned for the next day. We joined the tour and hoped to see some more areas. We found more things and had more of the history of the city, adding to its intrigue. Some views over the city were great and we flew past other points of interest. At the top of the hill was a statue of the Greek missionaries who designed the script as ...
After our day in Mongolia we once again made the border crossing. The hours were a bit better this time, reaching the Mongolia border at 6.45 am. The only problem is that while you are at the borders you are not allowed to have a shower as the shower water is released directly onto the tracks, and we assume they check under the trains at the crossings. This meant we had to get up early to have our showers before we arrived at the crossing. Once again Mongolia ...
A ninety minute Aeroflot flight due north from Seoul through North Korean airspace brings us to Vladivostok, the main city in Russia's Far East (this is not Siberia as our guides are keen to remind us), seven time zones and a world apart from Moscow. The city, home to Russia’s Pacific Fleet and birthplace of now mostly forgotten 50’s & 60’s movie box office favourite, Yul Brynner was closed to foreigners until 1992. Following the collapse of the Soviet ...
This was the longest segment of train travel. Sixty-nine hours and thirteen minutes. Three nights and four days. 4106 kilometres. After Perm and the Urals we had entered Central Asia and Siberia. From Irkutsk to Vladivostok we were in Eastern Siberia. This was Asia. At one point we were very near China and our mobile phones dinged because we had picked up the Chinese network. Many people in Irkutsk and Vladivostok had a mix of European and ...
... was to visit a Russian family in their home.
First of all though we were taken to a little theatre where we were fortunate enough to watch about an hour long dancing concert performed by children and teenagers. The dancers were so talented and their costumes were absolutely magnificent. One of the highlights was the dance performed by all the tiny tots – most around 4 years old who were all dressed as sheep. They were just brilliant.