We were among the others, waiting for a train to come.
By the way, the trains’ schedule always keep the Moscow’s time, even though Russia counts 9 time zones. This is a bit confusing, and that’s also why we had to wait so long. We thought our train would be at 11:29. Yes, it was, but 11:29 Moscow time, meaning 13:39 is Yekaterinburg. You see what I mean?
A few years ago, there was even 11 time zones. Medvedev erased two of them from the map. But there are still inconsistencies. For instance, When it’s 4PM in Vladivostok, it is 3PM in Japan. Yeah.
Life expectancy in Russia is 69. Women leave 13 more years than men.