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... round my ankles and landed bare bum up in the air. Struggling and wiggling to try and pull at least something up but no. Brian eventually got me on to my feet, clothing still around my ankles, modesty all gone now. I failed to mention we were alongside a main highway and a very busy slip road, doh However we arrived in Tambov but couldn't find our hotel ...
... on one of the bikes, we had a chat and a coffee and they then headed off. About 100 miles later I caught them up at a petrol station, we headed off at the same time along a stretch of new motorway that is a toll road.
When we got to the next toll, Dimitry was in front, he pulled up to the booth and then indicated to me that he paid paid for all 3 bikes, so off we went, sadly the girl in the booth must ...
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
Last Full Day in Russia
Perhaps it was the regional TV and the local newspapers who attended our
press-conference who were responsible for this, but today has been all about
driving down remote country roads through tiny villages where in every
bus-shelter and doorways to village shops, groups of local residents were
meeting up to cheer us on our way. It started ...
... the Golden Ring of Russia. However, very few of them know of a smaller but even more interesting town of Nerekhta. Nerekhta is only 1 hour away from Kostroma by train and is a lovely town with hand-crafted wooden houses, 7 stone churches and pretty rich history. We were excited.
On a cool (-20 C or more) February Saturday morning we got off the train at Nerekhta at around 3.30 am. From there we had to the village where our accommodation ...
... and kicking Hitler’s ass. All the main streets were closed off for the parade and everyone who wasn’t out at their dacha planting turnips was there to watch, eat ice cream, and generally get a bit (or very) ******. The celebrations were very impressive; programmes on the telly every day (still are), new films being released in the cinema, and ceremonies all over the town to thank the veterans and also celebrate Russian glory and patriotism, though I’m ...