What is up in Russia by Kyle and Sveta…

Well it looks like this weekend we are going to the village and have a week of fun in the sun. I can’t wait and need a break from all the work that I have been doing and I know that Sveta needs a break badly. She burns the candle at both ends so to speak…

So this Saturday morning real early, like as early as I can drag Sveta out of bed! We will leave and stop at our favorite McDonald’s halfway to the village. It is in a little town and actually we have like 4 McDonald’s we can stop at, but this one is our favorite one to cater too. It is far from Moscow and still has that small town feel. Breakfast is the only reason we will stop at McDonald’s now, once I introduced Sveta to McDonald’s breakfast years ago, that has become a starting point to travel…

I am going to take lots of pictures in the village and will post some about what has changed in the village. Sveta and I have a whole back fence line to finish. About a hundred meters of fence, I would say…

Then when I get back from the village, I personally have to disappear to Ukraine again for business. I will most likely take a train this time instead of flying, as I will spend more than a few days. The amount of time I am there will depend on what is happening and how easy business will be to take care of. I have a lot to do and since I love Ukraine, I always have fun. The people of Ukraine are wonderful and so friendly. Sveta will stay home and take care of Boza…

It looks like Sveta and I have decided to travel to Tunisia in October, Sveta loves to swim and we have neither one ever been to Tunisia. Tunisia also does not require a visa from either Sveta or I and that always plays a big role in where we travel. Tunisia like Turkey is a huge German and Russian travel spot. The rest of the world seems to grip about German and Russian hot spots, but Sveta and I find them to be the cheapest and best places to travel. So we have a 14 night all inclusive trip planned to Tunisia and I will tell you more about it as time gets closer to leave…

I will say that China is very high on Sveta’s and I travel list, but it is so much more expensive than many places that it is hard to accept going there, when we can travel to two other countries for the price of China…

We also have a driving trip to get together in the future, as Sveta and I want to make a road trip to North Russia, the Siberia way. Sveta has a wonderful friend up North and I have written about her before. So we need to figure out when is a good time to travel North and when that time will be okay for her friend who works in the regional government up North. Driving Russia is a big undertaking and the distances are very very vast here in Russia. I would say that we need at least a month to make a round trip up North…

Last but not least, I have decided to continue my education and have signed up for some courses. I am going to teach officially here in Moscow and after a lot of thoughts and thinking’s I have decided to increase my working knowledge of life again. I am a believer that you are never too old to stop learning. I realize that I have a whole lot of experience and expertise that I can offer Russia and she needs it to get farther along in the, dog eat dog world…

So that is it for today! It has been awhile since I did an update on what is happening in the world of Windows to Russia…

Sveta and I say have a good week and you will be seeing some pictures from the village before long…

Kyle and Sveta
Windows to Russia…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, who has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home (&) Honestly, I have no idea how much to ask for, but is a gift of even $1 something you'd be able to consider, to help keep Windows to Russia online in a Tiny Russian Village?