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On Rails in Asia
Enthralled by trains, fascinated by Asia, Farhat Jah always wanted to take the Trans Siberian express. In November 2007, he boarded the Rossiya in Moscow’s Eastern Station with the idea of crossing a quarter of the globe and getting on with his life. This started a series of rail journeys across some of the most complex nations in Asia. Covering Russia, Mongolia, China, Cambodia, Vietnam, India, and Turkey, Zanzibar to Sinkiang takes the reader through some of Asia’s most complex nations
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