Getting Settled

Our train didn’t leave Moscow until 11.45pm so there was just time for a nightcap before bed.

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In the morning we had plenty time to set up home in our bijoux compartment. We even managed to create a larder


and a cocktail cabinet.


We were already into spectacular scenery, snow laden trees



and Christmas card villages.



What a lovely first day.






3 thoughts on “Getting Settled

  1. I’ve always baulked at anything like the trans-Siberian experience although I’d love to go across the Nullarbor. Don’t ask me why one and not the other. At the moment though yours is looking very inviting. It does make me wonder, though, what people do in their postcard villages in the middle of Siberia. But then people constantly ask me that about Lewis. I hope that you manage to reconstruct more of the journey with photos.

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