Life in Russia
Teaching English in Russia was always one of your biggest dreams. Finally, you’ve had the balls to pull the trigger and go ahead with it.
About five or six years ago, I watched a WW2 documentary on German TV. They interviewed a Russian veteran. I tried to understand what he was saying since we spoke Croatian in my family and the two languages are very similar.
I often talk about how fantastic life in Moscow is because it’s true. But it’s not all peaches and cream. Let’s leave the women, the parties and the excitement of the big city aside. What is the real life like in Moscow?
In 2014, I moved to Moscow for the first time. I was a student back then that already had lived in two different foreign countries. Russia was a different animal though. That wasn’t just another feel-good European country. It was big bad, scary, unknown Russia.
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To find the best restaurant in Moscow, a city with more than 15 million inhabitants, is an impossible task. Maybe a delicious one but still hard to complete. You can find a wide variety of different cuisines in Moscow and a couple of really, really good restaurants that are worth visiting.
Let’s say you’ve done the main sights in Moscow and you have a couple of hours to kill before you hit the nightlife again. You don’t want to hit a boring as hell museum. What are the best unusual things to do in Moscow?
So you finally decided to get your ass to Moscow. Congratulations! You’ll have a hell of a time here and you probably won’t want to leave. But besides lots of partying, hot Russian girls and massive hangovers, I recommend you to do some sightseeing in Moscow too. But what to do in Moscow in 3
Knowing Moscow would not be complete without knowing how to drink vodka in Russia. But you can toss a lot of knowledge that you think you have about drinking vodka out of the window.
Smart people know what to do in Moscow but the really smart people also know what not to do in Moscow. With a few easy tips & tricks you can make your stay in Moscow a lot more comfortable. You just have to know them.
The first immediate problem you’re going to face when arriving to Moscow is how to get to Moscow city center from the airport. This post will give you a quick overview of what to do and what not to do if you want the arrive in Moscow safely and quickly.
Whether you come from a country that endorses and promotes tipping (USA) or one that doesn’t (most other countries), you’re probably wondering about how to tip in Russia.