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February 2010

Back to familiar views

This is a picture I shot and stitched before the Trans siberian trip. I am home now and take this as a teaser before I bombard more pictures here. Click through to see the details.

Last day – sapsan

Wow, it is really over. Am heading out to Moscow to catch my flight back. In the couple of days in St Petersburg, I managed to pick up some awesome souvenirs and artwork that will work very well in my… Continue Reading →

St.Petersburg – End of an epic

11000 Km, 14 Days, 6 guys, 4 Trains and -34C. Met countless people, forged many friendships and picked up good memories. Thats how I would sum up the trip. The trip is over but the journey continues. It is impossible… Continue Reading →

Goodbye Moscow

Another day in the capital was a day of touristy work too. We decided to have a late morning after the exhausting day of visiting the red square. The hotel duped us by mentioning free breakfast which turned out to… Continue Reading →

Moscow – Day 1

Today is what I call a pure tourist day, though we hit a out of context blues pub in the evening. More of that later… When in Moscow, the big deal is to visit the Red Square. So we went… Continue Reading →

Enroute – Moskova

After agood nights sleep, we started early in the morning to catch the train to Moscow. I guess I officially record the coldest I have ever been. -34 it said at the station. The run to the cabin froze my… Continue Reading →

Windy in Ekaterinburg

We were walking out to grab some lunch, the wind hit us hard. All of us ran for cover and grabbed the essential clothing to counter the wind. I guess now we are ready to see the sights on offer… Continue Reading →

Protected: FRUIT Salad on the Trans-Siberian

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Arrival at Ekaterinburg

So the first 2 legs of the journey comes to an end. Heavy heart leaving Irkootsk and looking forward to more fun at Ekaterinburg. We logged in to The Hyatt, a particularly exensive but equally nice hotel in the heart… Continue Reading →

Losing sense of space and time

The trans-Siberian is an epic. As it is with epics, it is difficult to place oneself at a specific place and time. EE have been travelling on the train about 5 time zones now. And 2 more to go. Each… Continue Reading →

En route – Ekaterinburg

Leaving Irkutsk we are on the train again for the next 50 Hrs. The scenery has changed dramatically. A lot more snow and more leaf topped trees too. Different from the drier landscape of Siberia. I guess we will be… Continue Reading →

Vici on my mind

Vici is one of the girls I got to know in Irkutsk. I prefer to call it Irkoootsk now knowing that this is such a fun place. Seems like when I am leaving irkoootsk I am taking a bit of… Continue Reading →

Protected: ONE Night in Irkutsk – musings from a deprived soul.

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Good times in Irkutsk

Irkutsk station was a bit of a cold place. Drunks walking around everywhere and very crowded. No one looks at you unless they are selling their wares, hotels, taxis or begging. It was surprisingly warmer though doing about -10c, which… Continue Reading →

Ulan ude and Lake Baikal

Coming across some bigger towns today on our approach to Irkutsk. Ulan Ude was a big town and we passed by this town (I forget the name) which was supposedly built by Peter the Great to manufacture arms. The steel… Continue Reading →

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