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... og som sædvanlig taler ingen udenlandsk! Jeg kom med og vi kører igen gennem det russiske vinterland med 70 km/h cirka. I Novosibirsk i morgen eftermiddag! I går gik jeg og havde lidt ondt af mig selv og gad ikke rigtig noget. Vejret var også ...
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