Category Archives: Europe

5 Reasons Why You Should Reconsider Going To Poland

I’m sad to be writing this right now, because a place I loved not long ago is one that I may not want to visit again. Here’s why: 1. Polish girls are getting uglier My first visit was in 2011. Two and a half years later, while living in Wroclaw, I can clearly see the […]

Polish Girls Vs. Ukrainian Girls

I’m ready to do a comparison of these two countries that mainly focus on the women. I’ve lived in Poland for almost a year and Ukraine for seven months, so I believe I’m qualified to attempt this analysis. In addition, I’ve had two trips that took me back and forth from the two countries, giving […]

Travel Datasheet For Odessa, Ukraine

Odessa is perhaps the most beautiful city in Ukraine, and one that is most livable. The city center is pleasant, the restaurants can be excellent (but not the service), and the women are beautiful. It’s a popular destination for tourists not only from other parts of the world, particularly Turkey, but also Ukraine itself and […]

Travel Datasheet For Kiev, Ukraine

I was only in Kiev for three nights so consider this a “light” datasheet. Just like in Kharkov, which I wrote about in Bang Ukraine, logistics are hard to pin down. Yes, you can stay right in the center at Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti), but the venues nearby will be visited by foreigners and girls […]

Travel Datasheet For Chisinau, Moldova

Mockingly referred to as “the asshole of Europe,” landlocked Moldova is looked down upon by its neighbors. With two breakaway republics, a horrible economy, and a culture of corruption, the only thing it has going for it are its women. GIRLS Moldovian girls are very beautiful. A cross between Romania and Russia, you see a […]

Travel Datasheet For Iasi, Romania

Iasi is a city in the Moldova region of Romania, not to be confused with the Republic of Moldova, a separate country with a similar stock of people but culturally different (due to Soviet influence). Iasi is primarily a university city that is the second largest in the country. GIRLS The girls were arguably more […]

Travel Datasheet For Cluj, Romania

Cluj (it’s full name is Cluj-Napoca) used to be part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire, and somehow Romania got a hold of it. Its demographics are strange because there are tons of Hungarians along with foreign medical and Erasmus students. You’re just as likely to hear a foreign language walking down the street as you are […]

Travel Datasheet For Bucharest, Romania

Romania has a very Latinized feel, with tanned people and dark hair. It had a similar vibe to Colombia, though with less poverty and crime. Romanians are like Italians and Croatians in that they enjoy socializing in cafes and going for promenades (even their language sounds Italian). They are social, warm creatures who enjoy leisure […]

Travel Datasheet For Lublin, Poland

I stayed in this city for three months over the winter. It is a boring town but the universities keep the nightlife somewhat interesting. I wouldn’t recommend this city for “beginners” even though the talent level is high, simply because it’s harder than everywhere else in Poland except Warsaw. In spite of the fact that […]

Travel Datasheet For Warsaw, Poland

If I came to Warsaw before first going to Poland’s second-tier cities, there probably wouldn’t have been a Bang Poland. It’s a lackluster city in every respect: it’s ugly, the talent is low, and the competition is more intense. The biggest positive about Warsaw is that there is a greater selection of quiet cafes. GIRLS […]

11 Boring Pictures From Eastern Romania

1. Most Eastern European cities have pedestrian walkways that are underground. They are surprisingly safe, containing stalls where basic foodstuffs and home supplies can be bought. 2. This woman is bathing with fountain water. Located in the main square. 3. Example of the Soviet-style architecture. Locals hate it but I found buildings like this to […]

The Border Run (2 of 2)

PREVIOUSLY: PART 1 I slowly walked down the car line. Most were filled with several passengers, though some had lone drivers. I brought extra money for bribes, hotel, or a chance apocalyptic border event; 2,000 zloty (about $700) in total, all in 100 zloty bills fresh from the ATM. These people had to have a […]

The Border Run (1 of 2)

I no longer have interesting days. My life is one big habit. Wake up, eat, read, write, blog, coffee shop, gym, eat, shower, drink. In a life of routine, nothing sticks out until something goes wrong. You don’t visit your normal lunch spot and get blown away by a new taste; no, you get burned […]