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... to get access to the toilet and sorting the supplied packaged breakfast. It was sad saying goodbye to our cabin companions who had tried to teach us more Russian words etc.
We found a seat in the station arrival hall to clarify our next move to get to our next pre-booked accommodation but in spite of previously downloading info off the internet it made no sense when we relooked at ...
Today was the last day of my trans Siberian train ride and it was a little sad to know that this was the end. I have enjoyed the journey very much and although sad to know it was the end, I was excited to see Russia. (Siberia is not very representative of the Russia that I am accustomed to). We were due to arrive in Moscow at about 2pm so there was still time to have lunch one last time with Alex and Eric as well as the German speakers. We said our farewells ...
... I keep them in good condition for the next part of this journey....Siberia!!
So I have all my supplies in now for tonights train, noodles, beer....erm and a bottle of water!
I'm getting a little excited to say the least as tonight I catch the Trans-Mongolian line train to Irkutsk next to lake Baikal for the next adventure. I will board the train just after midnight and not get back off again until Friday night!
......the wilderness of Russia now awaits!!
... food was something to do with a pumpkin but was so complicated that the interpreter was struggling to convert it to Russian so Jan did it himself. Paula who is very analytical & has a degree in languages would pause as she carefully would consider the answers to these life threatening questions. For the record her favourite foods are sushi & dark chocolate. Kajsa who is a lesbian ironically gave a meat as her favourite food. ...
... is not a Jew on the planet that cannot get help from the Joint within 24 hours.
For most American Jews, the fate of these bubbies (almost all are women – the average life expectancy of men in the FSU fell to 57 years in the 1990’s) is heartbreaking and their stories became the centerpieces of Jewish federations annual appeals.
The relief effort organized by JDC, the network of Hesed centers, is the third largest relief ...