When in Moscow always wear a helmet and certified construction boots

It’s been a while since I spoke of Moscow dangers. ovchina_back_2

One of these have fallen down Monday the 13th, bounced off the roof of the building next door, and flew into my neighbour’s window.

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Just waiting patiently.
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Better luck next time!

Soon I’ll treat you to sights of exposed wiring under tension, sharp objects sticking out, and open manholes along with a story of a woman who fell down and was carried across half of Moscow in a torrent of sewage. When it reaches larger mains shit flows with the speed of 7 meters per second.

Hope none of my potential clients recognizes that the photos above are of the building where I have an apartment that I’ve been renting out to your travellers since 1999.

 


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