Ready to Hop on The Train Moscow

08 07 14 - 07:23 Used tags: ,

Wow. The site has been amazing and I've met the most amazing people on the way already. It really makes a trip when you can chat the locals. Finland was fun. Travelin from Helsinki to Moscow was an extraordinary experience. As you know, Finland is a very organized country just as Norway. So you obey the speed limit and such things. But there is one place in the center of the city, where everything changes.

There is a bunch of Russians, holding Russian signs next to different kinds of buses in the city center. No ordinary Finn would ever hop on one of these busses. All of them, are heading to different parts of Russia. Mostly St. Petersburg and Moscow. There are a few kinds, smaller mini buses that are a little bit more expensive, and go directly to Russia. Also there are bigger busses that are dirty cheap, but stop on the way to various shopping malls where Russians do their last minute shopping. I took the small mini buss, which cost me 20euros. While on the high-end of the selection, still classified as rediculously cheap.

The funny part is when you cross the Russian border and the car starts speeding like hel. In fact, we were stopped on the way by the policie. But seems the little fine was worth it, running up and down this route.

Now I am finally in Moscow and it's time to hop on the train, exited!!!