I wanted to post this first on the Ultimate Train Challenge website, so I did — on this video post of the Trans-Manchurian — but I figured I would put it up over here also.
It is my first video effort. More of the story on the link through… and a link there to the charity we were doing this bit of craziness for, but I will embed it here also.
And for those of you following along — many thanks — we made it! Exhausted and slightly beat down, we pulled into Saigon yesterday morning at 5 a.m. After about 15,000 miles on trains in 30 days, from Lisbon to Saigon, we are now officially going to take a little bit of a break.
Thanks for following along. Please contribute to our charity efforts and I hope you enjoy my first video.
Hope you enjoy. And lest you forget which company made this part of the trip possible, let me remind you about how great Real Russia, U.K. has been to us. They are the premier company to work with for all your Russian travel needs.
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