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Travel bloggers love to sell you Eastern Europe by showing pristine pictures of picturesque old towns with their beautiful architecture and narrow cobblestone streets.They are right: the old towns are truly fantastic gems.And if you get lucky and discover that such an item is available, there’s a good chance that it’ll cost you twice or three times the amount you’d pay in America (or Western Europe).The flipped side is that this new life without “luxury items” could be a good thing because it will mean saving money by spending it only on the very essentials.
I think I spent around around four or five hours scouring every travel store in the city only to come back empty handed.For instance, outside of the Baltics, you can forget about doing mundane things such as drinking water from the tap. Petersburg, I spent a week in October with absolutely no hot water.Not able to drink tap water or consistently enjoy hot showers is something I can understand if I was in Kenya or Mozambique but not in a European country.Moldova is certainly “a must see” country by any stretch of imagination. I realized that most often than not, the region is portrayed as some paradise on earth instead of being depicted closer to reality. Here are some factors that are either fully ignored or are majorly downplayed when describing this region: Let’s start with the things that directly affect your psychological well-being: weather. The difference between seasons is not moderate but extreme: very hot and humid summers and very cold and freezing winters.Not only are the summers scorchingly unbearable (especially in the southern regions), but to add insult to injury, you don’t really have a nice beach where you can cool off.
They don’t act warmly to people they don’t know and sometimes even people they know. Nevertheless, the problem of being surrounded by unfriendly people is further compounded by not being able to communicate with them (see below).