A while ago, I decided to start documenting the various quirks of life as I see it in Siberia, and I set up a page entitled andrewmijflint.com. I wasn’t sure exactly what would be the ultimate purpose of it, but I found penning observations about all manner of idiosyncrasies in this wonderful country without any strict parameters was my natural inclination.
However, because I am next to useless with the inner workings of the Internet, I found it difficult to keep it up and running. Ok, I’ll be honest – the truth is I just lost my password, and had to start from scratch with this new address. But as it turns out I think it was for the best: my name is not exactly world famous (yet…), whereas there might just be a handful of people curious enough to search for stories about An Englishman in Siberia. It is for those people that I write these entries. Those people are awesome. Those people are you 🙂
In the interests of tidiness (no sniggering there, mum!), I have decided to keep links to the posts from the old site to here, while adding to them with further musings, and this page is where I will store them. Enjoy!
Pronunciation and Cucumbers
Driving, Shashlyk and Snow
Energy, Aggression and Toys
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