Chuck A.K.A Chudley (one of his many nicknames) mixes us an original cocktail to enjoy the golden hour in the Siberian wilderness. Here is a generous recipe.
Chuck prepares a delicious transnational meal over the campfire with his new moustache, Fredrick.
Stepan, our Khabarovsk host, demonstrates his skills tagging a picture of Yuri Gagarin and his catch phrase ” Let’s go Russsia” on our car Betty.
Short travel notes from our journey camping in the Russian wilderness on the road between Irkutsk and Novossibirsk.
Here is an introduction to King’s Ginger, a dutch sweet gingery whiskey liqueur that turned out to be a fine travel companion in the Russian wilderness.
To save some pennies this grand adventure requires that we cut accommodation costs as much as possible, thus we shall be couch surfing and camping our way around the world.
Bikin and Khabarovosk were the first stops on our journey through Russia. We found friendly couchsurfers, drank ourselves silly at a Russian birthday party and cruised the Amur River.
Getting our car through customs in Vladivostok after our 2-day cruise from Japan took us a few days, just enough to enjoy our first foray into the Russian far-east.
We took a ferry from the town of Sakai-Minato, in Japan’s Tottori prefecture to Vladivostok via South Korea. A memorable 2-day journey aboard the “Eastern Dream.”
After some hectic packing we finally hit the road! We made it to Osaka just in time for drinks with our friends Mariko, Yoko and Juho. Osaka is awesome.