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It’s a useful device because by weighting your luggage before checking it in at the airport, you can save money in overweight fees.I think I spent around around four or five hours scouring every travel store in the city only to come back empty handed.The other day I stumbled on a post from some European travel blogger who described Moldova as “a hidden, must-see gem in Europe.” A “must-see gem” that’s also the poorest and most destitute country in Europe?Such serious praise should probably belong to Lichtenstein or Andorra—not Moldova. Having grown up in Eastern Europe and having returned and lived here for the past 3 years, it got me thinking about the region as a whole. And after living here for a while and going through another extremely depressing Eastern European winter, I’m starting to wonder whether the cons really outweigh the pros.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.But if it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then shouldn’t be a duck?
Other super friendly nationalities are Mexicans and Colombians. The preceding adjectives more accurately describe Eastern Europeans.
I’ve never before considered European countries to be part of the third world.
“The third world” is typically associated with underdeveloped countries of Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
The stores I visited sold all kinds of luggage, but not a digital scale. Petersburg I’m talking about—a city of over 5 million people—not some little village in the middle of nowhere.
I can’t imagine having better luck in the smaller cities in countries such as Ukraine, Romania or Bulgaria.