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Siberian Women?
(04-05-2015, 06:34 AM)Gezzza Wrote:  Haha, I had a good chuckle about the toilets. Wasn't expecting that at all.

But the difference in behaviour between the passengers on the 3 classes doesn't surprise me. Amazing how generous and giving these so-called working and peasant classes in Russia are, despite not having much in material possessions. Here's a blog from a British-Aussie adventure rider who fell in love with Russia, and he often writes glowingly of the generosity of Siberians whenever they encounter troubles with their bikes:

It's a very long thread though, so could take days to read. Big Grin

Now I'm convinced to do the TSR, and many thanks for relating your experiences.

Thanks for the vid and thread Gezzza!

Seemed like a very good road trip.  Lots of older men and much younger women in the thread pics.  Hahaha!  Well it seems like a place worth visiting in the future.

(04-02-2015, 03:57 PM)Scott Wrote:  
(03-12-2015, 02:06 AM)Seeker Wrote:  Have any of you guys dated a Siberian girl while in Siberia?


And I highly recommend it.

If I had it to do over, I'd go to Siberia for every Summer while I was in Uni.

I first did the Trans-Siberian Railroad; it is 10,000 km (6k miles) from Moscow to Vladivostok. I only made it as far as Baikal. It is a trip that every single guy should take.

Best to learn a little Russian before the trip.

Thanks for the recommendation!  What makes traveling to a city in Eastern Russia more desirable than Western Russia if you are a man?

(04-05-2015, 04:10 AM)Scott Wrote:  I signed up to a subscription to a dating website and I focused on the cities I would be passing through. I met a Russian Woman in Volgograd, one in Kazan and one in Tomsk. Before I took the trip, I spent 6 weeks at a Russian language school in Ukraine where I met about 15 or 20 Women (through an agency).

While none of the 3 on the TSR worked out, it was nice to have a local guide. All 3 spoke English and one of the three, I met the whole family and stayed (free) at the Grandma's house.

I also met one Woman on the train. I wasn't able to communicate with the provednitza (the train stewardess) and this Russian Woman came over, translated for me and then had 1,001 questions about me. She pretty much hinted that she was interested and I spent the next 3 days with her at the next city.

I also met some interesting Germans, Brits & Australians on the train ride. The German wanted to bed me and I was half tempted but it was not what I came for.

The trip was BEYOND memorable; it was one of the best memories of my life.

I traveled some sections 1st, some 2nd and some in 3rd class. My knee jerk thoughts to all three:

1st class - Nou·veau rich businessmen and pricks who think they're too good to talk to you. The bed was comfortable, the toilet a disgrace.
2nd class - interesting people, some stiff, some not, had some interesting times. The bed was comfortable, the toilet a disgrace.
3rd class - salt of the earth Russian farmers, factory workers and "normal" people. Very helpful, tried to communicate, SHARED THEIR FOOD WITH ME. They saw I was eating "store bought" food and insisted I share in their home cooked delicacies. Some of the best food of my life. For the rest of the trip, I only took the third class train, brought nothing but a bottle of Vodka and some beers, immediately opened up a toast, passed the bottle and then ate like a king. The bed was comfortable, but much too short for a 6' 2" guy, toilet was immaculate.

3rd class all the way.
Which class had the most young women? 3rd class?

Messages In This Thread
Siberian Women? - Seeker - 03-12-2015, 02:06 AM
RE: Siberian Women? - Scott - 04-02-2015, 03:57 PM
RE: Siberian Women? - Gezzza - 04-04-2015, 11:56 PM
RE: Siberian Women? - Scott - 04-05-2015, 04:10 AM
RE: Siberian Women? - Gezzza - 04-05-2015, 06:34 AM
RE: Siberian Women? - Seeker - 04-13-2015, 01:54 AM
RE: Siberian Women? - Scott - 07-05-2015, 10:49 AM
RE: Siberian Women? - Scott - 04-05-2015, 04:11 AM

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