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Articles by: Agnieszka Bohosiewi…

Author: Agnieszka Bohosiewicz-Gabrowska

Ural: Where is Chelyabinsk?

Ural: Where is Chelyabinsk?

In the fervour of preparations for the trip, various thoughts come to mind. For example, what are we to expect? What’s to be packed and what’s to be bought at the place? Eventually, our thoughts have gone to the area of travel insurance. Finally, we found two options: – Europe– Europe and Asia View this …

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Car accident in Russia

Car accident in Russia

Even the best driver may find himself at the wrong time and in the wrong place. A moment of inattention (not necessarily ours) and boom – accident. This is what happened to us on December 24, 2019, in Oktiabrsk, on the Volga River, a little bit east of Syzran, when, after seeing the longest railway …

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Travelling Christmas Eve

Travelling Christmas Eve

Christmas… Christmas time… Those who know us already know that we spend this time with our family, but also travelling. It wasn’t always like that. The time of change and transformation lasted several years. How it all started, you can read in the article “Ural: The Beginning.” View this post on Instagram A post shared …

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Ural: Surprises and Certainties

Ural: Surprises and Certainties

At every trip, we find something that surprises or amazes us. There are also things that we expect and are our certainty. Below you will find a list of surprises and certainties, identified during our winter expedition to the Urals. A large part is enriched with photos 🙂 Surprise #1: Russian drivers Contrary to YouTube …

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Murmansk Winter Expedition: Day #17 – Return across the Russian-Latvian border

Murmansk Winter Expedition: Day #17 – Return across the Russian-Latvian border

We expected that the return crossing of the Russian-Latvian border would be unproblematic. At the beginning we mistook the queues – somehow we didn’t think that since entering Russia by car meant importing the vehicle, the same trip will be an export, and we happily set ourselves at the gate “nothing to customs”. So remember: …

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