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Landscape completely different today forested mountainous and more to see than the flat Siberian landscape and it's a little cooler and misty, well at the moment. We did have more rain but it didn't last long, this landscape continues all day. Dinner with Bill & Jenny last night, both men were less than impressed with the portion sizes describing them as kids portions was not be an exaggeration. It cost about 750 rur including beer. As Ian didn't eat for a few day he is now ...
81; день which is closer to good day) She takes her various pills and then we eat our respective breakfasts together, sharing her tea towel as a tablecloth. She eats cottage cheese and a Danone drinking yogurt that contains wheat, all washed down with a coffee. I have porridge and some gross fizzy water that I mistakenly bought on the platform yesterday.
My plan for today is to wander up to second class, to where the ...
... was quite interesting and gave us a good view into the vast region of Krasnoyarsk, which stretches from the Mongolian border in the South all the way up north to the Arctic sea. So we got to see some cool stuff about the indigenous people and animals in Siberia, and were able to witnes a musical performance in the museum.
Next stop: Lake Baikal
We are now leaving Krasnoyarsk to go on our third leg of the transsiberian railway for (this time ...
... the metro to the furtherest point from where we wanted to be and made
our way back to where we started by walking. First stop though, breakfast!!
Apparently Yekaterinburg is experiencing a restaurant boom at the moment, so it
didn’t take long for us to find somewhere nice to eat ‘Fins Pub’. Once the
waiter gave us the menu, we realised that this was the very first time we were
faced with an all Russian menu – ...
... I got some pics of a couple of buildings but some that were nearly worthy of a pic were almost hidden by the power lines. I went into a few churches and wanted to get some pics but it is sunday and it is their busy day so I couldnt get any pics. Some were very ornate.
As I said there is not a lot to see here. Most people come for the skiing or Stolbie Nat Park. The skiing finished a couple of weeks ago, even though it was snowing in the ...
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- Pets allowed