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often approached by Russians asking us questions or just talking to us. The
other day a man walked up to Sean, shoved his camera into Sean’s hand and fired
a whole list of instructions at him. Sean being Sean duly took the requested
photo and encouraged the man to have a look at what he had taken. The man
didn’t even try to hide how unimpressed he was with Sean’s work and got even
more animated with his new and ...
... protect the city. The first major
building was this fortress, which also contained the Peter and Paul Cathedral.
The Cathedral was the primary attraction within the fortress, and it was the
first thing built from within the fortress. Peter wanted this new city to be
more like the ones in Europe. Instead of using Russian architecture, he used
Dutch ecclesiastical architecture, in effort of becoming more modern, which was
his primary ...
... almost the entire bus tour I had taken earlier and I became enamored by the amazing buildings and the grand scale of everything even if I wasn’t 100% sure what I was seeing, it was worth seeing it anyway. I made my way back down Nevsky Prospect and ended up at the “Admiralty” which basically is located at the very heart of S.P. I circled it and walked along the river front and back around to the main Cathedral which is the 4th largest ...
... China. Looking back, it’s hard to believe the massive distance we covered in just 3 weeks. The changing physical and cultural landscapes have been fascinating to observe as we have travelled westwards on the train. We lost count of the number of times we changed our watches! And even though it’s the end of our trans-Siberian journey, the westward travel continues as we head for ...
... life, and stoically move on. It is not the way I would choose to live, but I do find it highly admirable and incredibly intriguing. They are a tough, badass, hearty people.
Having had this straight-faced, hyperfocused, quiet way of life sink into me all week long at school, I was bursting at the seams with energy when the weekend rolled around, and it definitely showed. Saturday was our trip to Pavlovsk, an extremely beautiful rural park a half hour train ride ...