O h, Transnistria. With the door closed behind me, the men began to glance over the stack of passports — mine, and my four travel companions who were waiting outside. There was a young guy, who spoke just a little English, and his boss — an older man, thick moustache, chest full of military medals, perhaps his overall look and demeanor could be described as nonchalantly dictatorial. The location, the cheap wood panelled decor, the men, it was all genuine Hollywood material.
Vladlena, 36 y.o. from Tiraspol, Moldova
Tiraspol marriage agency: Women’s Rising
This entry was posted on October 9, by juliamhammond. It was filed under Day trips , Destination information , Europe , Independent travel , Travel advice and guidance and was tagged with Chisinau , How to visit Transnistria from Chisinau , Tiraspol , Transnistria. Brilliant stuff Julia. We did in fact go by train to Odessa but it bi-passed Transnistria. Looks like you had a great time and did far more than we did. Thanks for sharing. Like Liked by 1 person.
Top Things To See In Tiraspol, Transnistria.
It was a fluke, really. Now I was getting the chance. Traditional bread and wine welcome in Moldova — sadly, not for me! No idea.
This is the question I asked myself as I stood in front of the bus that would take me to Chisinau. I was in a small town in Romania article is coming soon. I had no idea what would wait for me on the other side of the border. Nobody understood what I was saying. And here I was, on the way to one of the most unexplored and ignored ex-Soviet countries.