nastya9It’s a pleasure to announce that my present long-term renters, a high tech-employed Russian couple with a cat and a parrot, are ready to share space in the very center of Moscow. Their motivation is not only $$ but a chance to practice their English, so the rate will be below market, or something like what it was nearly 10 years ago, $25/person/night for a place 1 (1)to stay, with Wi-Fi and a washing machine, in the very center of Moscow, 5-7 min. walk from Red Square. For those who are new here is a reminder of the arrangement:

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Visitor tracking plugin tought me the facts of life

frog_synochekI honestly meant this outgrowth of the cheap-moscow.com project to be a compilation of notes on **my** Moscow. Things practical, charming, or not immediately apparent. Damn be the day when I installed this JetPack counter that revealed that 95% of search phrases that took people to where.cheap-moscow.com  have “prostitution” in them.

WILL CONSIDER SELLING THIS SITE TO ANYONE WHOSE BUSINESS BETTER MATCHES ENQUIRIES THIS RESOURCE ATTRACTS.

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Prostitute, fluent English, reasonable rates

Information removed on prostitute’s request. My proud announcement of the first money I’ve ever made this way and my humble musings on why her offer drew so much attention, along with what’s happening with the world in general, failed to amuse this service provider, and I lost an advertiser.

What’s happening to my silly life if even whores consider associating with me a reputational risk?!

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The Vietnamese market said to have survived the recent anti-migrant campaign

Just got two reports. First, about a prostitution and drugs bust there yesterday in one of Moscow’s advertising papers: http://www.metronews.ru/novosti/v-stolice-zaderzhali-30-prostitutok-iz-v-etnama/Tpoldm—Ny2vsVztUYwaM/, which sort of implies the market is still there. Second, an eyewitness report it is business as usual. See Vietnamese market >> I’M ASKED ABUT IT REGULARLY AND WILL APPRECIATE AN UPDATE.