- Suicidal Russians…
I was kayaking in the Altai Republic in Siberia in 2004 on some pretty remote rivers (katun, argut and chuya) and we met many many of these katarafts. Most of them ill equipped for those rivers by our standards but all packing a serious sense of adventure. We ended up helping to rescue quite a few and lots of the major rapids had commemorative plaques at their entrances in the name of those whose lives had been claimed by the river. Quite sobering really. Which is probably why any crew we met had a bottle if something strong to hand in order to ‘toast the meeting’Posted 4 years agofootflapsSubscriber
Meanwhile, here’s the Trailer
Wow – that looks good. Will try and find a torrent.
No torrents, but you can watch it here: http://www.nwrafting.com/upcoming-trips/rafting-in-siberia-moviePosted 4 years agocrashtestmonkeyMember
is thrill seeking part of their supposed national psyche? The shark attacks in Sharm are blamed partly on Russian snorkeller boats chumming the water with bloody meat so that they can jump into a shark feeding frenzy 😯 and sharks learning to associate people with food.Posted 4 years ago
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