Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Part 1: 6 Tips for Winter Traveling in Russia

Information on Russia’s Winter

Have you ever gone winter traveling in Russia? Or maybe you’re planning to travel to Russia during the winter time? Let us tell you, first of all, that you’re going to need a few tips if you’re really set on doing this.

Before we go any further, know that winters in Russia vary. It’s different with each continental zone. For example, winters in the North and Far East areas are long and harsh. The summers here don’t even seem all that warm. The Southern areas, however, are warmer. The more “south” you get, the warmer the temperature gets as well. Anyway, back to Winter. Sometimes, the cold starts as early as November but, typically, the months that winter falls under are: December, January and February, having the average temparature of -15 degrees Celsius  or 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tips for Winter Traveling in Russia

Now let’s talk about practical tips that might just save you from frostbite when winter traveling in Russia:

  1. When choosing boots, go for ones with good boot tread so it’s easier for you to walk icy paths. Also, remember to grab ones that are a half size bigger than your usual show size. What’s the purpose? Thick socks, really thick socks because you’re going to need them.
  2. Stay away from V-neck coats when you do winter traveling in Russia’s northern areas. You can also say no to leather while you’re at it. Instead, opt for a coat that covers your neck above as well as your ankles below. It should also be wool or be a material that breathes together with your body heat.
  3. Don’t forget your ushanka (Google it) and your umbrella to protect yourself from wet snow.
  4. Learn how to layer. This means that you’re probably going to need a sweater that’s one size bigger. This will also make it easier for you to take off a few layers while you’re indoors.
  5. You may have gotten the idea that it’s going to be cold so what you also need to bring are cold or flu medicines. Come to think of it, it’s probably ok if you leave them behind as the Russian girl your visiting might be inclined to take care of your herself (wink).
  6. If you’re staying in an apartment while you’re in Russia, it would be a good idea to bring a small flashlight with you. It will come in handy when the lights in your pad go out. There’s also a chance that you may be using the small flashlight when you ride the train.

Part 1 – Done

This is just half of the story because there are more tips coming your way. Just give us time to compile a few more for you. We know that our tips in this post are fairly limited so if you can’t wait for more tips for winter traveling in Russia, you can always ask the Russian hottie your chatting with online to gather more information. That would make a great conversation topic, don’t you think?

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

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