RE: [Slovak-World] Moving to Slovakia
- Excellent, let us know all about that, sounds like
quite an adventure!
By the way, in complete contrast to this posting, I
will be entertaining one of my cousins this summer --
she's a college student in Kosice and will be arriving
mid-June (to Chicago/south area, I live in Evergreen
Park) -- if anyone could use a house cleaner, yard
worker, baby sitter or help with elder care, or would
be otherwise willing to give her a job (her English
isn't yet great, but she's working on that) I'd be
interested in hearing from you directly at
--- Claudia Medvik <cmmedvik@...> wrote:
> Sounds wonderful, Geraint. Be sure to keep____________________________________________________________________________________
> a journal of all your experiences!
> >From: "Geraint" <gonadszzz@...>
> >Reply-To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
> >To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
> >Subject: [Slovak-World] Moving to Slovakia
> >Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 23:25:14 -0000
> >Having fell in Love with Slovakia I have bought a
> small cottage near
> >Lucenec, and hope to move over permanently from my
> current home in
> >I would love to make some new friends, and maybe
> practice my Slovak, I
> >also have some renovation work to do, and might
> need to ask advice on
> >where to find things for DIY etc near Lucenec.
> >Take care
8:00? 8:25? 8:40? Find a flick in no time
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> I'm referring to the early 90's.I completely agree with Paul. A) The Tuzex stores lost their status
as foreign goods sellers for Western currency with the collapse of
communism in 1989. B) What use is it to provide experiences from who
> "what ever you do don't deal on the black market"... phrased as advice for tourists in the 21st century.
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