Green Car was left without a power-outlet, so we said goodbye to the awful beds before sunrise. We ran out of power in a village, where a young girl in the tiny grocery shop did not dare let us use the rickety installations. Two more times were we shown away and when we at last did get some power for Green Car it was so weak it did not help much. We did not have the patience to wait the first place 14 hours to get Green Car fully charged, os we charged only a little here and there. Late at night we reached - Heavens know how - Ulan Ude in Buryatia. In a remote suburb we finally saw the Guesthouse and Green Car was down to 0% power. Claus and Karen was waiting for us with a warm cup of tea. The lesson of this story is it is bad to start the day in an electric car when it is not fully charged - it will make a miserable day.


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