Free guide and accommodation in Pudozh, Karelia, in exchange for English

julia_dima_ostinTHIS OFFER IS FOR SOMEONE TALKATIVE, WITH GOOD ENGLISH, MOTIVATED TO SAVE AND ESPECIALLY TO GET THEMSELVES IMMERSED INTO LOCAL LIFE.

Meet the Merkulenkov family: Julia, Dima, Jean, three Chow-chow dogs, one chinchilla, and several parrots. They will host you and act as your guides – and they know the area real well – entirely free in exchange for some very serious English conversation practice.

Their English is entirely decent but rusty, and it’s **practice** they need. No, you will not need to struggle to explain grammar rules.

No shortage of active positive attitude, and a traveller of a “creative” sort would fit it well. They are artists, writers, travellers and what not. The somewhat annoying sort who “lives life to the fullest”.

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Write to alexandragor4@yandex.ru and she’ll put you in touch.

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Free guide and accommodation in Pudozh, Karelia, in exchange for English — 5 Comments

  1. Looks great at the Merkylenkov’s house in Pudozh with their Chow-Chow dogs. Attached is a photo of the Belarus biathlon Olympic skier Darya Domracheva with a huge, sweet Chow-Chow dog. Also attached is a photo of some of my dogs on the summit of Mt. Owen, Colorado, 4074 meters.

  2. I like the old wood houses at Pudozh. I wrote to them, these people with their Chow-Chow dog. It would be great to visit there.

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