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Trans Siberian Railway: Olkhon Island on Lake Baikal via Irkutsk

Waiting for the ferry. Once the ferry arrived we were able to get on immediately.

One of the views on Olkhon Island.

Hiking to the beach with our things. 1,969 more words


Settle In

I’m going to sit right here in this café
and stare out the dirty window,

make a list of things I’ll never touch.
Caddisflies swarming the shores of Baikal. 236 more words


i want to travel to russia but i'm scared

i’ve been fascinated with russia for a long time. i don’t know when it started but i’ve had a morbid fascination with chernobyl since some time around junior high. 641 more words

Russian Navy UFO Records Say Aliens Love Oceans

Source: Russian Navy UFO Records Say Aliens Love Oceans | Humans Are Free

by RT

The Russian navy has declassified its records of encounters with unidentified objects technologically surpassing anything humanity ever built, reports Svobodnaya Pressa news website. 479 more words


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There is considerable evidence for the phenomena of USO's (Unidentified Submersible Objects) yet relatively speaking, this evidence is much-less acknowledged than that gathered from the air or on land.


Irkutsk really felt like the Siberia of my imagination, especially when the snow came, and the temperature dropped to -12.

St Petersburg, Moscow, and even Krasnoyarsk felt something like places I’ve travelled in Europe, but in some senses Irkutsk reminded me more of travelling in South America.   1,142 more words



After being cooped up on the train for three days I was itching to get outdoors, and after being cooped up in cities for three weeks I was itching spend some time surrounded by fresh air and trees rather than exhaust fumes and Soviet apartment blocks.   1,950 more words


Lake Baikal, Russia

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