Hour 87. I just spent the last 87 hours in this train. I travelled 5200 km (3231 miles), I had more than 4 bunk neighbours. I met at least a dozen completely incredible people. And above all, I have not missed
a beat, I filmed everything! H-2 before leaving with the Transsiberian. H-2 before leaving with the Transsiberian. I’m leaving the cafe where I spent the afternoon making the Moscow video and the little bonus video with the Little Prince, And thanks to the guy,
I even have a complimentary coffee Thank you very much for the coffee If you want, I have a YouTube channel,
I’m making a world travel He even offered me a cake!
(thanks) – Ciao, thank you!
– Have a good trip! Good luck! Car 4, it will be my home
for the next 87 hours. Ticket control before boarding the train!
Smart move! I did it! I’m aboard the Transsiberian! It will be legendary! Bunk neighbour n°1 That’s my bunk, it seems to
be about 1.80m (5.9 ft) long. It may be a little tight… “Important moment” “Exactly” “For me it is the beginning of 87 hours by train. ” There we go! The H-Hour ! Let’s try to sleep a little and see how that works. First stop, the noise from the train is gone, it’s weird. For meals, one must go shopping before boarding. Since you can’t buy food on the train,
except in the dining car. But as there is boiling water at the end of each car, it’s convenient: you can buy noodles. We departed half a day ago and so far,
the landscape isn’t really changing. You see forests, forests, forests. Yet covered in beautiful autumnal colors. It’s now 8 PM, Hour 19. They already turned off the lights,
as we already crossed 2 time zones. In the area we are going through, it is 10 PM. If we want to adapt to the pace
of the city where we’ll disembark, we need to start going to bed earlier. So, I’ll try to go to sleep. Good night ! We arrive at the station of Yekaterinburg,
the first city in the Ural region. It’s a big city where lots of people
are getting ready to leave the train. To celebrate this day and a half spent in the Trans-Siberian Railway I’ll go for a ride to the restaurant. I’ll use this calm moment to tell you
a bit more about the Trans-Siberian. It is the longest railway in the world, it is longer than… I do not know how many kilometers,
I’ll put it while editing the video (5770 mi). Anyway, it’s very long since it
rides from Moscow to Vladivostok and crosses all of Russia. So why did I want to do it? I have always been fascinated by Russia,
through the films and the books one can read. Russia was a country that really
tempted me for my world tour. And I discovered the Trans-Siberian,
thanks to a French artist A DJ called Thylacine who released an album called “Transsiberian”
he recorded aboard the train. I discovered it late last year,
I found it really excellent. I saw him in concert with my 2 brothers and
my darling, it was a great experience. I thought, I really must go
and do this train journey across Siberia. And I also wanted to do it
outside of the tourist season To avoid July and August. The advantage is
that I think I am the only foreigner. The Russians have a hard time
understanding what I’m doing here! For them it’s just a train
connecting distant areas.