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Travel buddy/companion for Trans-siberian/Trans-mongolian in 2013

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Hi, I am booking a trip shortly to go on the trans-siberian and trans-mongolian railways with a few stops along the way. Starting Moscow and stopping at Perm for the Gulag 36 then Ekaterinburg for the Romanovs burial ground and the europe/asia border. Then to Irkustk and some time around Lake Baikal including a stay at Listvyanka and a short trip on the Circum Baikal railway. From there to Ulan Ude and onwards to Mongolia where the trip stops in Ulan Batar and then takes a detour off to see the wild horses and visit nomads and staying in gers (yurts) before finishing off the journey to Beijing.

The journey takes 22 days.. the dates are 24th May to 14th June 2013 and the rough cost will be £4,000 per person.

I would love someone to travel with if anyone is interested? Alison

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