I waived off the Admiral and proceeded to scoop around the area for a venue that would offer more than overpriced burgers and fries.Uanable to find a restaurant I was about to give up and walk back to the center when I came by the Admiral for the second time.If you put aside renting apartments long-term and staying at hotels in Kiev then Ukraine’s capital that all in all is larger than Chicago has some of the lowest costs of living of all major European cities.Have you ever had a three-course meal at a restaurant for 2,10€?It is, after all, just one out of many others and maybe not even a good one at that.And if you start comparing things in regard to male interests such as self-development and dating then you will come to realize that life abroad is not “just different” to travel where Western values are upside down.Hungary, just like Ukraine, has no rental market to speak of as everybody and their sister buys the place they live in even if it means starting to pay for mortages at the age of 20.Budapest girls are some of the sweetest females you will ever encounter in the whole of Europe.
Walking past the Museum of Fine Arts I was approached by a man in an admiral’s costume who was trying to get tourists to board a London-style city tour bus.
I am sick and tired of being asked if “Ukraine is safe” or why I am supposedly traveling to a “war zone”. In fact, your chance to get into any kind of uneasy situation is lower in Kiev – or in Ukraine as a whole – than in any other (Eastern) European city. Unlike many other Eastern European cities that turn dull and boring once you leave the city center that was well refurbished with EU-support (Bratislava, Brno, Poznan, Ostrava, Ljubljana), Kiev has interesting spots all over with the oligarch’s ghost town being an absolute insider tip.
This being said, Kiev is also one of the best cities for single men to travel to and live in. The most striking aspect abbout living in Kiev are the prices.
Many fail to provide for the interests of the single man.
Be it that you live in a country which has recently proclaimed to follow a or be it that you live in the social graveyard that is Germany: no matter how you look at it, the grass always seems greener on the other side.