In Vienna with his family.
Russia was and will always remain my homeland, but it’s better for me and my children to live in a city like Vienna. There you feel protected. Even at night, going out on the street to admire the magnificent illumination of buildings, you can be sure that you are safe. Agree that there is no such confidence in Russia even in the afternoon. Of course, my case of moving to Vienna is more an exception than the rule. I did not have to face such problems as finding a place to live, work. All this has been done for me and my relatives have been very helpful and helping now. Perhaps it was thanks to this support that I could so strongly love Austria, in particular Vienna, and maybe it was due to something else, for example, the cleanliness, the kindness of the local residents and the calmness for the safety of my family.
Emigration to Kosovo.
In September 2012, I, a resident of Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, received an offer to move to the Republic of Kosovo. The purpose of the move is to help relatives develop a branch of business in this country. All that I knew about Kosovo at that time was somewhere in Europe and there was war. But the young soul asked for adventure, and I agreed to move.
Country of oatmeal and football & # 8212; United Kingdom.
Once during another business trip at an international conference, my eyes crossed with the eyes of one young engineer, and as described in novels: a spark broke out, the angels danced, the harp strings fluttered and the sweet melody spilled in our souls. He turned out to be an Italian living in France and working in an English-speaking environment. From the moment we returned home, our endless evening conversations in English via Skype started, sms and emails poured like waterfalls, and once a month, at different edges, we lit up our everyday lives with bright salutes. Of course, in this regard, the English language has become even more dear to my heart. Two years later, having traveled across the floor of Europe, getting acquainted with each other’s parents and wearing 3 suitcases, we decided that we could try to start living together.
6000 km: Russia & # 8212; Germany.
6000 kilometers. For someone, these words mean absolutely nothing, an empty sound. For me it’s a whole world. At one point, this phrase became decisive for me. 6000 kilometers from home to home, from past life to the present, from loneliness to family happiness, motherhood, the explosion of emotions. Now I know exactly what it means to start life from scratch.
I want to share my adventures connected with the move from the Siberian city of Tomsk to the Romanian Cluj-Napoca. I’ll start with the background: at 6 years old, after visiting the sea, I told myself that I would definitely live in the south. After graduating from school, I entered the Tomsk Institute, having moved from my native city to six wonderful student years. Having graduated from the medical institute with a cunning specialty “doctor-biochemist”, I could not get a job for a number of reasons that the Russian citizen is known and understood (I did not have any connections to attach myself to).
Illegal stories about Italy: part four.
The total income from work is not only a salary. In some places, wages are only part of the income. A good example is a barman. His salary can be 110 euros a week, and tips can reach fifty kopecks. Here is another example: caring for the sick old people. Often, the owners, in addition to wages, give nurses-watchers money for the food of the ward.
Why did I, a provincial woman, who lived for the first 17 years in the small town of Bratsk and the next 6 years in the city of Krasnoyarsk, chose India? Now, after almost two years, it is much easier to analyze the reasons for my decision. I think that we should start with the reasons why I did not choose India.
From Moscow to Kiev.
A few years ago, when I enrolled in the Faculty of Law of Moscow State University, if someone had told me that I was going to leave Moscow, I would have laughed at this joke. My name is Yana, I am a native Muscovite, just like my mother.