I just hate it when an arrogant young man comes on here sticking our nose in the fact that he has already discovered the fallacies of us old men. I am sure we along with your parents are very disappointed that you through your infinite wisdom have discovered how stupid our generation is. I am sure you already know better than to listen to any of the false advice given you by anyone over the age of 25. I would have to agree with the Ukrainian embassy that the discovery of an adventure like this is unprecedented. Nooga please keep us informed because I really really really want to see the video. And you could be a great asset to our forum after this expedition.
nooga I think this is a wind up.Ok guys who are you?Only a joker or a complete idiot would come on this site and talk such rubbish.Next thing will be.Hi guys got lots of pussy you guys need to learn from me and my mates...This is what you do?I think the best thing todo is not reply just read the bull shit. He will go away soon like.Lets start a new topic...Like hear about the young guys that went to ukraine never to be seen again.
yeh i would go by train i reckon,,
that ferry also sounds interesting and worth looking into.
the trains themselves are worth the experience with a few cold ones, thats what i liked about that country theres always a beer real close where ever you are, the only place they dont sell it is on train.
good cheap restaurants with english menu are off the main streets, eg took a couple of ladys to this place a few times,,,starters, mains, bottle vodka, bottle martini and mixes, beers and didnt have to go home, when place closed 80 nz dollars for the lot
main streets are exspensive to eat
Now I'm confused! Is money the issue or is it the age? When I asked if a guy my age (25) can get a FSU wife, yall said no b/c they make the women feel insecure. But now for this guy the $ issue is brought up so many times. So are yall saying you've got to be old and rich to get a FSU wife? What about a young and rich(1 mil+ USD) guy like myself then??
Taylor Swift: Old or young - you have to appeal to them.
They PREFER a guy with more money. Hell, ANY woman (all other things being equal) would rather have a guy with more money compared to less. (See very few women begging their guys to lose it all and become poor.)
Youth is good also - how many girls (or guys for that matter) want to snuggle up to the oldest thing they can find. Youth is attractive.
SECURITY iss a BIG thing. If you are young and rich - but will leave them for an pretty thing that comes along - you aren't going to be very appealling.
Looks are important, so is personality, sense of humor etc. etc. etc.
But the big thing is that there is NO PUBLISHED MANUAL to this thing.
Young and rich go for it.Not just FSU every country.Sorry to say that us english $1mil usd doesnt go that far with the price of houses etc in the uk but its still a lot of money.Ta be young and american,A english mans dream.NOT
man... i dont have 80NZ to take a girl out to eat every night for 1o days. i was thinking, take her out to tea one or two nights then get her to buy some food and prepare it in our apartment for us as we've heard they make REALLY GOOD housewives...
Need to warn him of the heat of a summer in southern Ukraine, lots of flies thus will need to take his corked hat with him. Would suggest he also take some tee shirts with 'Australia' or similar written across the front or back, just so that the locals appreciate that he is one in a million.
Oh, to complete the set up, would suggest taking R.M Williams boots and moleskins and perhaps a 'Driza' also, when it rains in Ukraine it certainly does rain.
A 20 y/o, or similar, aged girl is not a housewife, she might still be in education, she's literally a schoolkid or just out of school.
Eating out a western style establishments can become expensive, if she wants to eat at home then she goes home to mother or she finds a Ukrainian man, they look for dining out and doing things that would otherwise be unaffordable on the Ukrainian economy when they 'date' a westerner.
By the way, their idea of home cooking is LOTS of vegetables and bugger all meat or fish or whatever. That is how they have been brought up, go to your local supermarket and buy a bag of frozen mixed vegetables, take it home, throw it in a saucepan, bring it to the boil, and serve. Welcome to Ukraine ..... enjoy your meal :)
You need to allow, for 2 people, circa USD100 an evening for dining and drinking, and then there are daytime activities, sightseeing, taxi's, you WILL NEED TO buy her some presents and cosmetic items cost circa USD50 per item at their prices.
And then, it is customary for a lady to perhaps invite a friend along for dinner, you'll have the company of 2 ladies at the table, so that puts the price up to circa USD150 per evening.
I'm not surprised that the embassy told you what you're doing is unprecedented, you're trying to go there to, literally, 'backpack' and expect the ladies to drop at your feet :)
80NZ is about $64 or 320 greivna. It won't cost that much to take a girl out. But then you're going to take her out once or twice, feign poverty (or at least over familiarity) and expect her to take care of you right away. Good luck!
Yeah - Ukrainian women can't wait to play nanny for some foreign kid who comes for adventure.
Contrary to Martin's experience with frozen vegetables - I Find that when one of MY FSU ladies "cooks" for me (when we buy food in a shop) - its premade salad - generally shredded beets and dressing, cole slaw, or something similar in a plastic tub - boiled, premade meat dumplings with a dollop of sour cream - something like that.
As, without scrolling up or back, has been mentioned previously it would be most interesting to compare your 'before' attitude to your 'after attitude!
Nooga, you're obviously not going to listen, you've got a unique plan that despite, according to you, nobody having ever tried before yet you are adamant that it is going to succeed.
OK, good luck to you, you're going to need all the luck you can get, by the way, do you have good life insurance and circa USD2,000 spending money (including accommodation costs) for the 10 days that you are there?
UA is the abbreviation for Ukraine and the Cyrillic letter that looks like our letter X is pronounced like our letter H only with the force to make it sound more like Kh or G or half way in between. So a UAH is like what would be called a Ukrainian dollar while a Greivna is 100 kopecks.