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People from the Balkans and Southern Europe are also pretty friendly. The amount of friendliness varies across Eastern Europe: Bulgarians are friendlier than Estonians or Russians, but even Bulgarians or Romanians do not come close in friendliness of the Latin Americans.But friendliness is definitely not how I would characterize Eastern Europeans. Eastern Europeans just aren’t huge fans of smiling and having friendly chitchats. The good news is that after getting to know you, Eastern Europeans tend to open up and become a bit friendlier.And if you’re in northern Eastern Europe (e.g., northern Russia or Baltic states), the days become very short and you can completely forget seeing any sun at all from late October to late March.
I think I spent around around four or five hours scouring every travel store in the city only to come back empty handed.
Moldova is certainly “a must see” country by any stretch of imagination. I realized that most often than not, the region is portrayed as some paradise on earth instead of being depicted closer to reality. Here are some factors that are either fully ignored or are majorly downplayed when describing this region: Let’s start with the things that directly affect your psychological well-being: weather. The difference between seasons is not moderate but extreme: very hot and humid summers and very cold and freezing winters.
Not only are the summers scorchingly unbearable (especially in the southern regions), but to add insult to injury, you don’t really have a nice beach where you can cool off.
Perhaps it’s a luxurious item that Eastern Europeans simply do not need.
Perhaps such items exist in Eastern Europe, but I didn’t go to the right stores. The bottom line is that I couldn’t find something in a large Eastern European city that’s readily available in most mid-size department stores all over New York.And if you get lucky and discover that such an item is available, there’s a good chance that it’ll cost you twice or three times the amount you’d pay in America (or Western Europe).