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... By the way, never had a puncture yet! There are few other things needed, to be ready when I am travelling in real "nomansland".
Will post you more about this place tomorrow .
Stage 24 Glazov to Kukushtsa(near Perm) 120km. 24/8
stage 25 Kukustha to ? 190km. 25/8
Stage 26 ? To Yekaterinburg 150km. 26/8
... The Yellow Submarine. As you might guess it was a Beatles themed bar, whose home brew was called The Yellow Submarine. The place was decorated with other rock 'n' roll memorabilia and we sat in a booth with a mural of Led Zeppelin on the wall behind it. Wendy opted against The Yellow Submarine and instead had a half of the Zatecky Gus which I'm pretty sure is a Czech beer although the barmaid assured us it was 'Ruski pivo'.
... down a disused mine shaft. Unfortunately for the assassins, the mine shaft was close to a village and the villagers had spotted the "suspicious" activity. So the next day, they went back, pulled the bodies out of the mineshaft, doused them in sulphuric acid and reburied the remains in an unmarked shallow grave. The Bolsheviks were determined to keep the fate and whereabouts of the Romanovs a secret. Sverdlov died the following year in the flu ...
... a 'victims of terror' tableau, but that may just be my cynicism. From there we mooched, failing to find the park but finding a spot to sit and read. Both fans of the city by now, after dossing down in the hostel for an hour, we met Katy and Katya back at the same restaurant as the night before. Katya has excellent English (and Italian), with five language diplomas and is a sponge for knowledge, just starting a PhD in linguistics. She guided us to old Yekaterinburg, ...
... The Urals are quite famous for their semi-precious stones, probably the most famous is the Malecite, a pretty green stone. The stone is on a key ring which is the symbolic key to the city!!
Next stop was the Ganina Yama, this is the site where the last Tsar family (Nicholas II) were buried in the pit. After they were murdered the bodies were taken to the pit in the evening and thrown in. By morning they noticed that they were floating. It was ...