Hello Moscow!

Hello Moscow!
Hello sweet peas! :omnom:
I feel so guilty for not blogging in such a long time! I missed reading your blog entries so much and can’t wait to catch up on them. Right now I’m in the middle of my admission examinations and on Sunday we’re leaving for Moscow but I’ll be back four days later and then I’ll blog like there’s no tomorrow!

Saturday and Sunday the JapAniManga Night is taking place in Winterthur and I would really love to go there but my entire weekend is so booked up! The flight to Moscow leaves Sunday evening so I may still have the time to go there for a couple of hours in the afternoon. And of course I will go on Saturday too as soon as my oral exam in geology is over… :ohnoo:
Anyway, there’s a lot to tell you but I have to get ready now for my English exam! I just wanted to give you guys a vital sign before leaving for Russia.

I love Lonely Planet travel guides :aiyo:

I’m pretty excited about this trip since it’s the first time I visit this country! I have no idea at all how it is.. Here’s a little Brainstorming of things that come to my mind when I think about Russia.. :blinkheart:
:twinkles: Snow, Vodka, Fur, Ushankas, Babushkas, Tsar, Rasputin, Russian Ballet, Gypsies, Horses, Folklore, Russian Orthodox Church, Colors, Soviet Union , Marx, Doctor Zhivago, :twinkles:
Not a lot, I know, but all things that fascinate me! :miam:
Have you ever been to Russia or Moscow? Any suggestions?
There are so many museums to visit I dodn’t even know where to start! Speaking of which, I inscribed myself to the University of Zurich for East Asian Art History with Japanese and Art History as secondary subjects. It was a though decision because I would have really loved to study biology but in the end I think that I will have more opportunities with East Asian History. Biology would have been more like a “heart decision” and East Asian Art History is more like a “brain decision”… we’ll see!! hehe.. :ghihi:

Can’t wait to be back and share all the impressions of Moscow with you!


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  1. Hello!
    If you will be in Moscow in 17th May I would be glad to see you ^^
    I live in Moscow, we could visit some interesting places before my Thursday study begin! Please send me email or tweet if you agree. Let’s be international friends! ^_~

    twitter: mandarin_marin

  2. Never been to Russia… My boyfriend did, but several years ago, before meeting each other. Cannot really be helpful!! I’m glad you picked your subjects for university up, even if I have to criticize your choice about biology. I mean if you don’t follow your heart now that you’re young, when will you do so?? Moreover I actually can imagine much more opportunities with a biology degree than a history one. I’m a biotechnologist and really like what I’m doing!! Anyhow good luck, dear!!

    The Life After

  3. Hello Honey!

    Oh Russia – I have never been to Moscow and I really look forward to your impressions :happy: Did you chose Russia just spontaneous as a holiday spot? It is such a big country and I only now tragadies from the World Wars… show me the opposite, Neko-chan, with a lot of beautiful places and photos ^^

    See you on Saturday :aiyo: I’ll be working at the cafe where you’ll find Okonomiyaki :nyan:

  4. aaw I want to visit Moscow somehow :twinkles:
    I think the weather is just lovely or maybe too cold.
    The history also interesting :swirlheart:
    someday when I gotten richer I would definitely visit Moscow :iida:

  5. Aw how great :D Have fun in Moscow! ^-^ And make a lot of pictures to show when coming back :D


  6. Gambatte the rest of this week and then I hope you have a lovely time in Russia! I’ve never been before. Please take lots of photos to show us, because your impression of Russia is pretty much exactly the same as mine :P

    Its great you have decided what to study. Really, you think History of Art is a better decision that Biology? :O Thats interesting…but as long as you are happy with what you picked thats good.

  7. @ Marina: What a nice surprise! If I think about it, I’ll definitely write you! I just followed your twitter :aiai:

    @ The life after: Biology is really cool but I think you can also do a lot with East Asian Art History! Especially if I learn to speak Japanese :wink: art trade, journalism, tourism, art galleries, museums and so on.. I don’t think making brain decisions is necessarily bad!! in my case less than ever.. :ghihi:

    @ Miho-chan: I’ve always been fascinated by this huge and misterious country! My tendency is to choose places and countries that are as different from the things I’ve already seen as possible :nope:
    Looking forward to meet you Miho-chan~ :baburukeki:

    @ モモネーコ☆: *nyaaa* Hello Beautiful :bling: Long time no writing!! I missed your entries and your pretty face! I think Moscow is probably cheaper than Zurich so I’m very relieved! Let’s hope the weather is fairly nice too :klimper:

    @ Yoshi: Thank you :blinkheart: I surely will!

    @ Piperita Patty: I can’t wait to take pictures!!! :aiyo:

    @ Jian: hahaha I’m happy someone has a similar simple impression of Russia… :hehe: I think I’m going to be very happy with Art History and Japanese!! :miam:

  8. Hi ねこちゃん, I’m so glad you’re back blogging & thank you so much for your comments :) Moscow sounds so exciting! I’ve been there before, but only at the airport.. but still it was a very interesting experience. Look forward to seeing your moscow photos!! xo akiko
    Style Imported

  9. xD I like your list of Russian things. I probably thought of the fall of the russian imperial family…beautiful split sleeve dresses and…heavy accents.

  10. @ Nic nic: Me too Nic! :aiyo:

    @ Akiko: awww you’re so sweet to say that! :baburukeki: I already had some very interesting experiences while trying to get a Visum from their Embassy.. hehe.. I’ll tell you about it in a later post :nope:

    @ Ava: The Russian Imperial family is something that fascinates me too! oh yes, and heavy accents… So exciiiiited :hehe:

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