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Returning To Tiraspol
david1138
post Mar 3 2011, 05:34 PM
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3 weeks ago I returned from my first visit to Moldova and 3 weeks from now I will be returning back! Last time I got engaged and I'm really looking forward to going back. She's from Tiraspol and we spent 10 days there. I had an amazing time. While some of the negative things I read and heard were true, overall the experience was amazing and the people were too. We're hard at work on getting her visa, but since we have a few months before all that is taken care of a return trip seemed like a nice idea.
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post Mar 10 2011, 05:50 PM
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QUOTE (david1138 @ Mar 3 2011, 10:34 AM) *
3 weeks ago I returned from my first visit to Moldova and 3 weeks from now I will be returning back! Last time I got engaged and I'm really looking forward to going back. She's from Tiraspol and we spent 10 days there. I had an amazing time. While some of the negative things I read and heard were true, overall the experience was amazing and the people were too. We're hard at work on getting her visa, but since we have a few months before all that is taken care of a return trip seemed like a nice idea.


I am curious to hear if you had any issues traveling to Tiraspol, assuming that you are American and Tiraspol is Communist controlled. My wife lived in Bender and we never visited there, always went to Chisnau. I would like to go back and visit soon and hope that I would not run into any roadblocks.
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post Mar 18 2011, 11:28 PM
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QUOTE (JBly @ Mar 10 2011, 12:50 PM) *
I am curious to hear if you had any issues traveling to Tiraspol, assuming that you are American and Tiraspol is Communist controlled. My wife lived in Bender and we never visited there, always went to Chisnau. I would like to go back and visit soon and hope that I would not run into any roadblocks.


I really did not run into issues, although it helped that any time I crossed the border I was with my fiancée or a member of her family all of whom live in Tiraspol. The border guards certainly looked at me much more closely than anyone else, but I was never hassled or anything like that. The one problem we did run into was when we were trying to get from Tiraspol to Chisinau and my registration had two different colors of ink on it. They refused to let me cross the border and were looking for a bride, my fiancée refused on principal and the next got we got the registration fixed. I actually had much more of an issue crossing the Ukraine border on a day visit to Odessa. They took me into a room and questioned me on video about who I was and why I was coming to Ukraine. I guess I understood why they did it, but it was much more of a problem than anything that happened in Transnisitria.
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