80 hours is what I want but I need to convince my partner.
I wnat two stops at the lake both Irkutsk to go to Olkhon Island and Ulan Ude for the nice beaches.
Mongolia, I will probably be there for 8 days or so, I only need a couple in Ulaanbaatar, so I have time for the Desert, I want to stay in those tents, you know?
As for the book, I am praying some memeber of my family is going to offer me War and Peace for my Bday and I will just read it during the trip. I guess it's the ideal time to do it.
On my Lonely Planet Guide, at some point when describing the border between Russia and Mongolia and the procedures they say something like "if you haven't had time to finish War and Peace by the time you arrive at the border, relax, you'll have plenty of time while waiting to cross it".
It can take up to 11 hours
Better have it on a tablet. It's a heavy book. Or paperback and tear out pages as you go. I did that when backpacking. It's an easy read. It's very quick paced or at least it was for me. I've read it twice. Maybe three times, but not sure.
In Beijing, explores the Forbidden City, lots of Chinese history there. Great Wall is outside Beijing and transportation takes time. I would like to visit the Ming Tombs. It's not that far from Beijing.
wouldn't it be fun to tour the entire wall? Not just the big tourist spots?
Will Soderling eve be back? I really miss him
Swedish tennis has sadly gone to pot. I miss Swedish tennis players. I used to always have a few as favorites. I remember Robin as an up and coming player at 19. I suppose he still has hopes, but at his age and the length of time away, it doesn't look good.
I doubt. Look at Ancic. Soda had the severe case, unlike Fed or Pospisil
Tsk tsk. You forget. Roger had "strong mono".