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Kidding Herself is a child's guide to going out in and around Moscow (and formerly London).
A crazy Indian railway enthusiast, an ardent traveller and a biologist. I dislike travelling first class, instead second class travel on Indian railways bring me a lot of joy as this is where you will find the real India, meet some amazing people and learn a lot of lessons of life. Presently residing in Izhevsk (इज़ास्क), Russia pursuing PhD in immunology at the Udmurt State University.
I moved to Saint Petersburg, Russia in 2012 in search of new adventures and new opportunities. This is an archive of all things Russian, my adventures and lessons learned along the journey.
British expat arrives in Moscow to discover that, incredibly, she has become invisible. Using this new superpower, she writes about all the everyday, in-between places and people she meets. How to see the invisible in Moscow.
A bridge between two countries.
This is a blog about my thoughts, observations, and adventures in the Siberian wilderness. Or cities. I try to keep an open mind about cultures but when there are things I don't understand or annoy me, I will also write about it.
Observations, tutorials and ramblings from Moscow: "How To Make A Russian Person Eat", "How To Shake Hands, In Russian", and "Occupy The Queue".
Hilarious blog about an Englishman in Moscow, Russia. %u201CFrom start to finish a laugh out loud read... you never know what%u2019s going to happen next!%u2019 The blog provides a honest and humorous, if not sometimes unusual outlook on Moscow and Russia, their people and culture, and gives useful information that can be used as a resource for would be travellers to Russia.
Unusual facts about Moscow. Funny stories from inside told by a foreigner living here. The way I see it. What to do, where to go, what to see, what to be careful about, must see places, culture shock and a lot more!
Many people haven't even seen an opera, but I live in one daily. I'm an American pianist and vocal coach who made my way to Moscow. I'll spend a year playing at the Bolshoi, working to master the Russian language...or at least pronounce it correctly!...and figuring out how to run in this city. And maybe longer!
A blog about an English Northerner in Moscow, Russia. This blog documents the ups, downs and the bits in between. Useful for everyone...sometimes. Comment on the Blog, share it with your friends and enjoy! :)
"Thank you for visiting my blog! My name is Tran. I'm an expat living in Russia. I create this blog as a space to share my interest about living here. I'd like to share my story, experience, learning, reviewing anything around me. I also write about language and some other useful information. I hope what I've viewed can give some picture about Russia to foreigners, tourists, whoever that want to know about this country. Please feel free to comment or exchange any view here. Happy blogging!%u201D