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Going from Moldova to Transnistra kind of reminds me of going from the Palestine back to Israel. Although instead of transforming from shanty shacks to whitewash high rises you go from lovely colorful countryside homesteads to ugly soviet block apartment buildings. Fortunately the area has not completely embraced the style and the structures gradually even back to acreage like plots similar to those found in Chisinau.
The only tour option I have located was ...
... They had put up the Danish flag for me:-) and I was alone in the group - just me and Alexander guide that tour me around in a tour the ended with 6 wine tasting and then shopping - of cause.
Great tour very informative.
Beside the tour u get to see the landscape= understanding why winery . Small hill likes the grabes, or the other ...
... three years ago to start a hostel with his Russian wife) described it as the Wild West. Quite.
Our first few hours in town saw us settle into the basic but comfortable hostel run by our American host, before taking a walk round town, past big statues of stern-looking Soviet generals, heroes on horseback and of course the obligatory busts and full-figure statues of Lenin. It sure is interesting to see these relics of a bygone era ...
... Transnistria, we found that it was quite the opposite. And to think, we thought that Moldova would be more developed, we were sadly mistaken. No wonder Moldova doesn’t want to let Transnistria go on its own.
In 1991, Transnistria and Moldova took part in a civil war that lasted for only one year. In 1992 a treaty was signed. Still to this day, Transnistrians live in their own little world, hoping to one day be their own country. And ...
... we had our very own bar in our carriage! There followed vodka and beer, and then a bottle of brandy as they'd run out of vodka! We also had our first experience with border guards, although on this occasion, only Ukrainian leaving customs (Transnistrian officials weren't allowed to come onto the train apparently) so not too strict especially compared to what we'd face in the coming days. There's a whole page in my Lonely Planet on Transnistrian border "issues", ...