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The real life of seamen

May 22, 2011

Unreliable internet access makes it hard for me to pursue my favorite away-from-home-hobby: blogging. But today is Sunday and I decided to stay at home and enjoy the fact that no people are around. (Have I mentioned that the metro is incredibly crowded, my flatmates tend to talk a lot and that my migrane is threatening to start again due to Reizüberflutung?)

So here are some pictures from the first few days of my travel adventure, the passage on the Transrussian Express from Lübeck to Saint Petersburg. After doing this very relaxing three day trip and sharing vodkas with Russian truck drivers, a German pensionist excursion group and staff on board I read the following in my Lonely Planet guidebook: “Once a week Trans Russia Express operates a combined cargo-passenger vessel between St. Petersburg and Lübeck (Germany), offering the experience of the real life of seamen.” Yeah.

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  1. anyóca permalink
    May 24, 2011 08:58

    Katikám, elolvastam mindent. Jót mulattam.
    Hát ha van idöd, egy hét nyelvtanfolyamot tényleg érdemes lenne még hozzáadni, hogy legalább az egy hónapod meglegyen.
    Képzeld, mondták a tévében, hogy valahol Oroszországban megint égnek az erdök. Aztán itt Németországban grasszál valamilyen baktérium, amitöl hasmenést lehet kapni. Vigyázz ott nagyon. Gyakran moss kezet és minden gyümölcsöt, zöldséget is moss meg.
    Pusza

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