FuseBox says: Getting things right is difficult and easy. It just depends on the way it’s addressed. So, I am now at Cargo stage and booking the bike from Mumbai to Delhi to Moscow to Vladivostok. Hopefully, we leave on the 8th of June from India – Delhi. I am trying to get transit customs clearance at Moscow SVO (that’s the airport) so that the bike moves smoothly to VVO-thats Vladivostok. Still, I am told there will be a simple check of half a day only after which can I book forward from Moscow to Vladivostok. This is for the bike and me. So I have to move my paperwork myself as I am the holder of the ATA Carnet. That’s the passport of the bike, which ensures that she moves seamlessly across countries without paying duties and deposits. I will have to manage my personal luggage and the paperwork at Moscow airport from 0630 hours onwards on 8th morning. That’s after flying for some eight hours. That’s the scenario I am looking at now and trying to visualise it’s ease or difficulties. Ofcourse, I will be helped by all kinds of agencies, still it will a personal effort. I have the airport website in front of me and am trying to get a layout in my mind. I have adequate support in India from agencies and airlines, who are ensuring that all goes smoothly. Still, it’s a daunting task and all of this is before I start riding. I guess it will be simpler once I start. Then it’s just looking for stops and starts. This is from a WordPress mobile app into my website. Trying to start diarising from the mobile, rather than open the Comp. Having some tea now. More later.