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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Sochi is a popular resort town on the Black Sea coast of Russia, and like anywhere tourists flock to, so do the gimmicky tourist traps – however a game of one-upmanship is afoot.
On our travels through Europe at the end of 2012, the longest rail journey we made was the 2300 kilometre, 45 hour long ride across Russia, from sunny Sochi on the shores of the Black Sea to snow covered Saint Petersburg beside the Gulf of Finland. So what did I see out of my train window?
It’s taken just over a year, but I’ve finally finished uploading and captioning all of my Europe photos to Flickr! During my month long trip I took 19,856 photos, of which 3,855 I’ve determined are of a standard to share with all and sundry. Continue reading