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My life in Siberia read more [Hits: 32 - Added: 28-02-13]http://goneinternational.wordpre...
Currently expatriate in Moscow for a French company (LIPPI), I want to share my thoughts and help people to get to know Moscow through this blog. I... read more [Hits: 63 - Added: 07-06-11]http://glance-on-russia.blogspot...
Brutally honest, personal accounts about life are hard to find these days. I struggle as a single father in forced exile, in the harsh and unforgiving... read more [Hits: 141 - Added: 17-01-12]http://impressionsofanexpat.blog...
A child's guide to going out in and around Moscow (and formerly London) read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 23-10-15]http://kiddingherself.com/
It about life in Russia, about misconceptions, misunderstanding, mysteries, about the culture, the cuisine, the indigenous peoples, ancient history of... read more [Hits: 61 - Added: 07-10-13]http://hague6185.wordpress.com
J'ai décidé de commencer un blog sur la vie en Russie lorsqu'on est cœliaque avec des conseils et des idées pour survivre dans un pays où cette... read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 11-10-13]http://gfinmoscow.blogspot.ru/
A record of our journey living in Russia and all the exciting adventures and pitfalls that occur with a new country, culture and language! read more [Hits: 45 - Added: 03-01-13]http://noplacelike-rnr.blogspot....
Adventures of a kiwi family who left behind a life in the country living in a solar powered home on a 8Ha lifestyle block with no neighbours, for life... read more [Hits: 74 - Added: 26-11-12]http://moscowkiwis.blogspot.ru/
This is an archive of all things Russian, my adventures and lessons learned along the journey. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 12-09-14]http://shipsareforsailing.wordpr...
I am a British woman in her thirties. I lived in Moscow, Russia for a number of years and my husband is Russian. Five years ago we moved back to the... read more [Hits: 43 - Added: 04-03-11]http://solnushka.wordpress.com/
The Bombshell Well it has been a while since my last post, but unfortunately about 14 months ago my life took an unexpected and heartbreaking turn when Angela decided that after 13 years of marriage s... read more
Posted on 23 October 2015 | 9:43 pm
Setting Sail with the Fitzys
Alexandra Aleksandra Sasha Sashen'ka.Significance and beginning.Aleksandra is a womanly variation of the Greek name Alexander. It implies: folks's defender, brave, daring shield, credible. It's a nice... read more
Posted on 15 May 2015 | 1:05 am
Try some cold borsht soup this summertime! If our US politicians were introduced to this scrumptious dish, perhaps they would stop manipulating countries... and start enjoying life. When I worke... read more
Posted on 20 August 2014 | 1:56 pm
American Russia Observations
In March 2011, I wrote this article below about Winter time and summer time, three and a half year later, it was decided to change back and to keep only Winter time!It means that in October (2014), th... read more
Posted on 12 August 2014 | 1:41 pm
A glance on Russia : blog of an expat in Moscow
Another Moscow blog, another Russia blogCrazy Russians and an Englishman is a blog that brings a refreshing look on Moscow and Russia.The blog provides an honest and humorous, if not sometimes unusual... read more
Posted on 20 June 2014 | 5:50 pm
Crazy Russians and an Englishman!
Hey everyone!For those who live near Kitai Gorod or have easy access to this area, I found a really nice "niche" supermarket, where everything is ostentatiously expensive, but that has a bunch of glut... read more
Posted on 11 December 2013 | 5:53 am
Living Gluten-Free in Moscow
Hello friends! Breakfast in Moscow has moved to a cleaner, slick-er new site! I am still posting regularly, but now it’s just at a new place. Please come on over for a visit! I hope you enjoy th... read more
Posted on 5 November 2012 | 3:43 pm
Breakfast in Moscow
Back after one month y'all, or you guys, or people. One month. Maybe a little more. But less than one year. Looking out my window now at a deceptively sunny day, deceptive blue sky a... read more
Posted on 14 August 2012 | 12:49 pm
From Russia With Dave
Happy endings are not popular here, as a cursory acquaintance with Russian literature will tell you. Seriously, try it - any Russian novel. No one yet has been able to name me a single book with a hap... read more
Posted on 4 July 2012 | 7:38 am
A Year in Moscow
So after Marbella, we were off to Gibraltar. I wish I could say I was excited to go to Gibraltar, because that would mean I had ever heard of it before. But, I had not. Although I went to private scho... read more
Posted on 30 May 2012 | 9:26 am
You Say Potato, I say Vodka
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