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Travel Blogs from Novosibirsk
... of Victor, he took us in his car to the track. I've seen a lot of videos online about Russian driving but thankfully Victor was a careful driver.
We were told to close our eyes as we turned off at the track entrance as the area it was in was quite run down. Once we had got out of the car, we had to try to negotiate the ice and made our way over to the garages where the ice riders were fixing ...
... and I wasn't expecting to wander too much so I just had my flip flops on. The train station was beautiful and lit up at night so I was taking a few photos, looking through the viewfinder, took a step forward right into a very icy puddle! Yikes that was cold!
Got back on the train and stopped off in the casino cabin (as Mike and Marius' cabin is called as they have card games) for a few shots of vodka before heading off to bed at around 2am local time. Twas a very enjoyable day.
... it. George Lucas do get in touch for some dialogue). I can only suggest that the locals were more interested in smoking, checking out the smoked fish (and enhancing its flavour) and getting hold of a fur gilet. It's quite the thing. Novosibirsk to Moscow: 3343km "...all those who enjoy histories...ought to show their gratitude to Cide Hamete...for his care in telling us its smallest details and clearly bringing everything, no matter how trivial, to light." ...
... city has to offer and more. He did not speak any English but no problem, he brought his friend Max to translate.
The city tour Igor gave us was truly amazing and inspiring. About every building, bridge and stone on the street, he knew a story. Max almost couldn't`t manage to translate as fast as Igor was producing his stories.
Besides being a great doctor, historicus and storyteller, Igor also turned out to be a high-speed photographer. We had ...
... When I got up the lady was still sleeping but Sergei and his mom made room for me to sit with them. I stayed up a couple more hours with them until their stop in Nizhny Novgorod. They gathered their things and Sergei gave me his pen (from his work). When the train stopped we said our goodbyes. Sergey had already found me on vkontakte (Russian version of facebook) so we can still keep in touch))). They left the train but before we departed again Sergei came back on ...
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