A cynical confession
In putting together this little resource I was motivated not only the the desire to make travelling to Russia easier to fellow vegetarians. I also need to make a living. Here is what I offer in exchange for your financial input into keeping my operation afloat:
Accommodation in Moscow. Your can rent my apartment in the very center of the city. Or proceed to my www.cheap-moscow.com list that has several very attractive offers starting from quite decent $25 to $50/night rooms and $70/night apartments.
This accommodation project generates me a few roubles in commission from apartment owners and homestay hosts.
VISA SUPPORT AND REGISTRATION ARE ALSO AVAILABLE. FAST AND HASSLE FREE. $50 for an invitation, $80 for registration.
Complimentary in-depth pre-trip advice!
All sorts of business supports services, from running small errands to acting as your virtual office to visiting trade shown on your behalf. I can be your eyes, ears, and feet in Russia. See www.oldmanfriday.com
"Poverty made me do that".
Yes, I will even do Russian bride searches. BTW, this is Natasha, 30-something,
who is up for grabs. Attractive if you don't mind her frozen facial expression. Natasha speaks decent English and is highly motivated to marry and leave Russia for a warmer climate.
More Russian brides from Uncle Pasha here >>
When things are real slow I put on the driver's hat and am ready to meet you at the airport and otherwise act as your guide and driver. See www.moscowdrivers.net.
Ideally I make others do the dirty work while I sit on my behind collecting 10% commission but now, with the recession in full swing compounded with this country going to hell you are likely to see me with a silly sign waiting for you at the airport.
This mini-van takes 4 passengers and about the same number of large suitcases.
A roof rack and a utility trailer to be added soon! Suitable for long-distance travel.
Sanity-recovering dacha sojourns and horse riding near Staritsa, Tver region, on the Volga, sort of between Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.
See www.russian-horse-rides.com Yes, several hours of riding for $25 during off-season work days to $60 for VIP treatment, including prepared vegetarian meals and assistance with horses.