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Moscow

MOSCOW AND HOW IT SAVES ME


Moscow is like a candy box filled with dome shaped chocolates. It is sweet, tender, and incredibly childish. It melts on your tongue with a sticky mellow aftertaste and tingles the skin with anticipation of a joyful romance. I first came to Moscow for the university. It was not until my third year that I started exploring the city’s wide…

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Kotor

KOTOR


Kotor is not an old town, it is an old ship moored to the rough terrain of the land and abandoned by its captain. And when you first step foot onto its deck you can clearly hear the roaring depths of water under your feet, see the wavering canvas of tormented sails, listen to the shrieking howl of wooden masts,…

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