Tag Archives: Trans Siberian

Leaving Mongolia

Yesterday I boarded the final stage of the Trans-Mongolian railway from Ulaanbaatar, and arrived in Beijing this morning. It was a beautiful train ride with good company in the form of a bunch of other travellers. The scenery changed dramatically … Continue reading

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Money Money Money

I have been asked a few times how much it has cost me to travel. So, though it’s not particularly exciting, here is what I have spent from the moment I left home to Ulaanbaatar. I will post the costs … Continue reading

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Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal has┬ábecome one of my favourite places. It is the largest freshwater lake in the world with over 20% of the world’s freshwater. It is also the deepest, a huge 1642m at its deepest point, and best of all, … Continue reading

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A Trans-siberian journey

On Thursday I boarded the train at 13.20 in Moscow with my new Brazilian friend Saulo, who I had met in the hostel and who was travelling on the same train as me. It is now 23.30 and I am … Continue reading

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Moscow

Although Moscow is known as the less beautiful compared to St Petersberg, still it’s oldest buildings seem to have been built for no other reason than decadence. They are extravagant buildings, built from beautiful stone with spires and golden roofs. … Continue reading

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