Monthly Archives: May 2015

Eating Luba’s chocolate keksiki is Sport and Fun.


A friend of mine, Luba, who is a leader of local informal bicycle club, organised her first sport outdoor event “Breakfast with locals in Kitkani village”. Her special method of attraction was a had made, organic, pure chocolate cake ( keksiki ). She makes them perfectly all the time! Thanks a lot Luba, keksiki where […]

EVS volunteers discovering Transnistria.


Привет-привет People of the Internet! Go Tiraspol Hostel had special visitors from Chisinau, Alana (Madrid, Spain) and Marko (Milan, Italy) both EVS volunteers working in Chisinua, Moldova. Alana works on the project which involves partly Transnistrian youth. Marko works in the domain with refuges in Moldova. I find both topics very exciting particularly at this […]

Bridging the impossible after work


Some of my guests enjoying the city Soviet walking tour. Guys, thanks a lot for coming and spending some time with us. I was happy to meet you after work in down town of Tiraspol, the capital of the world 🙂

Same fellow blogger different stories! Positiveness.


Why people come to Transnistria? Most of them to experience post-soviet reality. But some come here because they felt welcome and found some interesting insides of the region. I especially like when friends and fellow bloggers keep coming back to stay at my place three years straight! Yes, Ruby, WELCOME BACK! Congratulations with you findings […]

How to visit Transnistria: an interview with the founder of ”Go Tiraspol Hostel”


Short interview with MOLDOVA.ORG  It was a pleasure to work with Oxana. Please read the article. Dmitri Gavrilov runs a hostel in Tiraspol and keeps the Go Tiraspol blog, where he writes about life in Transnistria. We decided to interview him and find out more about tourism in the breakaway republic. -How did you come […]

Victory Parade in Transnistria, Tiraspol 2015


The Great Victory Day in Tiraspol. It is one of the biggest celebration of the year. Every year the governments of all former Soviet states commemorate the veterans and children of that devastating war. In the previous years Transnistria organised a massive celebrations with military parades, including demonstration of military techniques, ammunition, parachute jumps and […]

Remembering the working class ideas in Transnistria


Today, on the day of 1’st of May we celebrated the International Labor Day. When I say WE I mean ordinary people only who live in Transnistria. It was official Bank holiday and those who work for Transnistrian state had a perfect chance not to go to work. Many happy faces went to the country […]