Time for a new country! Today we travel to the capital of Belarus, often referred to as “Europe’s last dictatorship”.
After the last two long-distance bus rides I was not too interested in covering the last leg of my trip through South Korea by bus again. So I took the train from Gyeongju to Busan. Wait, Train to Busan? I hope it also works without all the Zombies… 😉
Seoul – that doesn’t just mean Gangnam Style, shopping and neon lights, but also racoons and temples 😉
The first ten days of my mini trip around the world have passed, and it’s time to post something again 🙂 My first stop to was Beijing, the capital of China, and in this post you can read what has happened while I was there.
How do you move around “in style” in St. Petersburg? Use the Metro? A helicopter? A tank? A ship, or maybe a submarine? Good question 🙂
After my visit to Bunker 42 I’ll just stay below ground and write about my experiences from the Moscow Metro. The Metro of Yekaterinburg had already left me quite impressed, but Moscow was in a different league 🙂
In the third part about the russian city of Yekaterinburg I will not only answer the question on how to get from A to B, but also how public transport has evolved over time.