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Before you leave. Did you taste Moldavian wine?
10-02-2011 01:24 PM
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(10-02-2011 11:47 AM)Luckystar Wrote:  I was just about to give you a -1 for the redundant commentary. Every single post is way for you to suck Ukrainian dick and diss Romanian girls....very similar to Dada/Dadaland.

You are a troll, dude. Should have picked up on it earlier.

Yeah, reading his posts I thought the same thing. He is a reincarnation of Dadaland.
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Nope. It´s it my fault that all guys on this planet believes that Ukrainain are the hottest girls?
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(09-25-2011 06:28 PM)Athlone McGinnis Wrote:  
(09-25-2011 02:16 PM)DaDa Wrote:  http://www.youtube.com/user/SteauaBucure...Yq60A-r1tk

Girls in Chisinau,. It´s almost better than Ukraine. Ridiculous. What can I say? God made those girls to be f*cked by Americans.

Moldovan Girls:









What average Ivy girls (read: girls at my school) look like:

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I hate my life.

Wow, the street scene in Chisinau is amazing! Why did God have to put me in an awful place like Washington, DC? Confused
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This is how average girls looks in a normal high school class in Moldova.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfnqXBsq0...re=related

It´s not amazing, but still amusing.
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(10-02-2011 07:33 PM)NoWayJose Wrote:  This is how average girls looks in a normal high school class in Moldova.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfnqXBsq0...re=related

It´s not amazing, but still amusing.

Damn, I would love to be in that classroom!
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(10-02-2011 08:32 PM)torontokid Wrote:  
(10-02-2011 07:33 PM)NoWayJose Wrote:  This is how average girls looks in a normal high school class in Moldova.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfnqXBsq0...re=related

It´s not amazing, but still amusing.

Damn, I would love to be in that classroom!

Shit. Swear a god if it´s not like Twilight Zone..
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I am extremely interested in this thread. I met a few Moldovan models in NYC. They were broke villagers on temporary visas. Incredibly hot, best looking EE girls I've seen. Big natural tits. Amazing. Perfect tens.

How livable is the city? The per capita GDP is low. Is there a black market economy? Can you get a really nice, furnished home for cheap? Is there work there? English schools? Can you score good pot?
10-18-2011 05:29 PM
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"I met a few Moldovan models in NYC."

Which bars in NYC?

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I can't speak to "broke villagers", but I can tell you that there is a program called "school, work, travel" (I'm paraphrasing) that is a goal of many young Moldovans. Basically, if they can pass the nazi-inspired "interview" with the pukes at the Embassy they can score an extended trip to Amerika for work/play and a little school. As a gringo, this makes my stomach turn regarding our regular treatment of visitors, but lest I digress.....my guess is that these women were in the US on this program.

The city is certainly "livable", but I would only recommend it for seasoned travelers. Its rough, and gritty. Forget the GDP number, unless you plan on getting married and living on a farm - Chisinau is certainly cheap, but nothing like the $2200usd GPD number that the CIA is pushing. Forget about working; a good/decent wage for local professional is $400 usd/month and that don't leave much for English lessons. If you don't have or can't generate $1000/month on your own, head elsewhere. If you can make an investment of time (a few months) and have a few bucks to blow, you could do A LOT of damage there. Absolutely gorgeous (and nice) women. Don't have a clue on pot.
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(10-18-2011 05:29 PM)john galt Wrote:  How livable is the city? The per capita GDP is low. Is there a black market economy? Can you get a really nice, furnished home for cheap? Is there work there? English schools?

It is mutually exclusive for a city anywhere in the world to have both an abundance of good jobs, and really nice cheap homes.
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(10-18-2011 09:47 PM)LostGringo Wrote:  I can't speak to "broke villagers", but I can tell you that there is a program called "school, work, travel" (I'm paraphrasing) that is a goal of many young Moldovans. Basically, if they can pass the nazi-inspired "interview" with the pukes at the Embassy they can score an extended trip to Amerika for work/play and a little school. As a gringo, this makes my stomach turn regarding our regular treatment of visitors, but lest I digress.....my guess is that these women were in the US on this program.

The city is certainly "livable", but I would only recommend it for seasoned travelers. Its rough, and gritty. Forget the GDP number, unless you plan on getting married and living on a farm - Chisinau is certainly cheap, but nothing like the $2200usd GPD number that the CIA is pushing. Forget about working; a good/decent wage for local professional is $400 usd/month and that don't leave much for English lessons. If you don't have or can't generate $1000/month on your own, head elsewhere. If you can make an investment of time (a few months) and have a few bucks to blow, you could do A LOT of damage there. Absolutely gorgeous (and nice) women. Don't have a clue on pot.

LG, sorry to back track...I know you said Chisinau is doable with English, but if you had to put a percentage of English speakers, what would it be?

I'm in Bucharest now, but finally have my gaze directly on Moldova.
10-19-2011 06:58 AM
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(10-19-2011 06:58 AM)Luckystar Wrote:  
(10-18-2011 09:47 PM)LostGringo Wrote:  I can't speak to "broke villagers", but I can tell you that there is a program called "school, work, travel" (I'm paraphrasing) that is a goal of many young Moldovans. Basically, if they can pass the nazi-inspired "interview" with the pukes at the Embassy they can score an extended trip to Amerika for work/play and a little school. As a gringo, this makes my stomach turn regarding our regular treatment of visitors, but lest I digress.....my guess is that these women were in the US on this program.

The city is certainly "livable", but I would only recommend it for seasoned travelers. Its rough, and gritty. Forget the GDP number, unless you plan on getting married and living on a farm - Chisinau is certainly cheap, but nothing like the $2200usd GPD number that the CIA is pushing. Forget about working; a good/decent wage for local professional is $400 usd/month and that don't leave much for English lessons. If you don't have or can't generate $1000/month on your own, head elsewhere. If you can make an investment of time (a few months) and have a few bucks to blow, you could do A LOT of damage there. Absolutely gorgeous (and nice) women. Don't have a clue on pot.

LG, sorry to back track...I know you said Chisinau is doable with English, but if you had to put a percentage of English speakers, what would it be?

I'm in Bucharest now, but finally have my gaze directly on Moldova.

I would say that half of the people under 30 speak at least some English. Learning English is clearly the thing to do these days in this part of the world. With the people that came of age in the Soviets times - 30+, its certainly less. A lot of women need to be "coaxed" to speak English, as is the case in much of the world, but the language issue wouldn't keep me away knowing what I now know.
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Just discovered this thread,excellent.

Seems a few members are heading out that way in the next few weeks so hopefully there will be some updated info dropped. I was going through a messy divorce when I last hit Moldova ( 2009 ) so my judgement of the place was clouded by my pissed off mood at that time. I thought it was a dusty shit hole with average women and shit food. After reading your experiences Lost Gringo I'm going to have to return there later in the year to give it another try. I do remember a couple of brief highlights from my trip that give me hope of it being worth a return.

Btw,I saw earlier in the thread that you mentioned the idea of staying at the Hotel Cosmos. I stayed there and it was awful! The rooms are unchanged since Soviet times,the breakfast was literally inedible and the bar on one of the upper floors was a hangout for the local haggard prostitutes. Stay for one night for the experience but then go somewhere better. Trust me.
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Same here. Looks like best way to get there is a cheap (low cost) flight to bucharest, rest by train. Since this is outside EU territory, direct flights might cost you five times more.

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another idea is to cross the border into Ukraine and take the train down to odessa, followed by bus.

hotels are expensive, so get an apartment right away

and food in stores is downright inedible...stick to the farmer's market. cheaper, healthier, and delicious. People in the West pay exorbitant sums for raw milk dairy, garden produce, free range eggs, and natural local honey....but it all costs pennies here
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(08-09-2012 05:25 AM)Spartan Wrote:  another idea is to cross the border into Ukraine and take the train down to odessa, followed by bus.

hotels are expensive, so get an apartment right away

and food in stores is downright inedible...stick to the farmer's market. cheaper, healthier, and delicious. People in the West pay exorbitant sums for raw milk dairy, garden produce, free range eggs, and natural local honey....but it all costs pennies here

are you better off going there and looking for an apartment or booking one prior to going? I'm looking online and the prices seem inflated for what they're offering but not sure if my inability to speak the language would make it really tough to find one on the ground.
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I stayed in an apartment and that is the way to go. Yeah, the Cosmos is trip back in time (aka: a dump), albeit one with hot water and clean rooms. They were offering rooms for euro 25, or about the price of a smelly hostel in Rio. If your up for spending more while you look for an apartment try this place: http://lounge.md/index3_3.htm For apartments, "central" will be priciest location but closest to the action. A better value is the "Botanico" section, which is a "pleasant" Stalinist residential area and void of Italian/Turkish sex tourists. Most all of the girls I played with lived there.

Not sure what Spartan means by food in stores being "downright inedible" - I shopped in the local supermarkets everyday and the selection and quality was excellent, especially the produce.

I would avoid the train - its 12 hours and they have to change gauge at the border. If you plan on routing via Bucharesti overland, take the bus. Numerous operators. Air Moldova has some cheap flights, but a weak web-presence. Your best bet is a Euro-based travel agent. Change in plans required me to buy a one-way out bound to MUC. I paid $200 and it turned out to be a code-share using LH aircraft. The same flight on LH was $300. They had just stared a weekly Paris operation that was pretty reasonable.

If you plan on arriving via Odessa on the train, be advised that is passes through Transnistra and there have been visa hassles reported. Check for the latest on that.

Moldova can be grim and quite fucked up. I would guess that it is appropriate for less than 5% of the readers of this forum. An acquired taste that requires patience and a taste for the bizarre.

Works for me.
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from odessa , you got electrica and buses in addition to train. Take the buses or marshukas that bypass Transnistra. takes like 5 hours and is cheap.
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(08-09-2012 04:01 PM)LostGringo Wrote:  I stayed in an apartment and that is the way to go. Yeah, the Cosmos is trip back in time (aka: a dump), albeit one with hot water and clean rooms. They were offering rooms for euro 25, or about the price of a smelly hostel in Rio. If your up for spending more while you look for an apartment try this place: http://lounge.md/index3_3.htm For apartments, "central" will be priciest location but closest to the action. A better value is the "Botanico" section, which is a "pleasant" Stalinist residential area and void of Italian/Turkish sex tourists. Most all of the girls I played with lived there.

Not sure what Spartan means by food in stores being "downright inedible" - I shopped in the local supermarkets everyday and the selection and quality was excellent, especially the produce.

I would avoid the train - its 12 hours and they have to change gauge at the border. If you plan on routing via Bucharesti overland, take the bus. Numerous operators. Air Moldova has some cheap flights, but a weak web-presence. Your best bet is a Euro-based travel agent. Change in plans required me to buy a one-way out bound to MUC. I paid $200 and it turned out to be a code-share using LH aircraft. The same flight on LH was $300. They had just stared a weekly Paris operation that was pretty reasonable.

If you plan on arriving via Odessa on the train, be advised that is passes through Transnistra and there have been visa hassles reported. Check for the latest on that.

Moldova can be grim and quite fucked up. I would guess that it is appropriate for less than 5% of the readers of this forum. An acquired taste that requires patience and a taste for the bizarre.

Works for me.

What kind of place did you stay and how much did it set you back per month? Did you go through a real estate agency or did you find it on the net? Thanks in advance.
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(08-10-2012 12:21 AM)UgSlayer Wrote:  
(08-09-2012 04:01 PM)LostGringo Wrote:  I stayed in an apartment and that is the way to go. Yeah, the Cosmos is trip back in time (aka: a dump), albeit one with hot water and clean rooms. They were offering rooms for euro 25, or about the price of a smelly hostel in Rio. If your up for spending more while you look for an apartment try this place: http://lounge.md/index3_3.htm For apartments, "central" will be priciest location but closest to the action. A better value is the "Botanico" section, which is a "pleasant" Stalinist residential area and void of Italian/Turkish sex tourists. Most all of the girls I played with lived there.

Not sure what Spartan means by food in stores being "downright inedible" - I shopped in the local supermarkets everyday and the selection and quality was excellent, especially the produce.

I would avoid the train - its 12 hours and they have to change gauge at the border. If you plan on routing via Bucharesti overland, take the bus. Numerous operators. Air Moldova has some cheap flights, but a weak web-presence. Your best bet is a Euro-based travel agent. Change in plans required me to buy a one-way out bound to MUC. I paid $200 and it turned out to be a code-share using LH aircraft. The same flight on LH was $300. They had just stared a weekly Paris operation that was pretty reasonable.

If you plan on arriving via Odessa on the train, be advised that is passes through Transnistra and there have been visa hassles reported. Check for the latest on that.

Moldova can be grim and quite fucked up. I would guess that it is appropriate for less than 5% of the readers of this forum. An acquired taste that requires patience and a taste for the bizarre.

Works for me.

What kind of place did you stay and how much did it set you back per month? Did you go through a real estate agency or did you find it on the net? Thanks in advance.

The answer to your question is in LostGringo's post above. read it.

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Thanks for the Report!
I was about to click "Book" on a flight to Moldova some time ago, but then I changed my mind and went to Bucharest instead - which was fantastic, but not easy.
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Moldovan girl gives a sense of Eastern Europe with her singing abilities.



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Just googling the city and apartments gives tons of hits.... 500 Euro seems about the norm for a 1 bedroom furnished which is what you mentioned. That's online though and I imagine it could be cheaper once in the city. I do feel that this is a bit much though for a place like this.
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300 USD per month for a long term apartment rental sounds reasonable, considering its the capital. Just pick up a local newspaper and start calling a bunch of advertised rentals. Find someone who speaks the language to help. Perhaps pipeline girls and get them to help find an apartment...or stay at a hotel for a couple days until you meet someone.
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