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  1. #20426
    Quote Originally Posted by UkeBoy  [View Original Post]
    During other times of financial and other crises here, prices were actually raised and not lowered by the ladies. This is a never-never-land that turns basic economic theory and concepts upside down. Maybe the Corona virus will change their minds and they will charge less but somehow I doubt it. I just checked a few sites and prices still not have changed.

    As for me, I am in a possible at-risk category and I will wait it out so that I can play another day.
    Those who lost their jobs, such as waitresses, flight attendants, and even teachers, could turn to the P4 P industry.

    I haven't got on mamba lately, but let us know if the online activities change there if anybody notices. Or maybe it's time to for myself go back to mamba.

  2. #20425
    Quote Originally Posted by Sorbonne  [View Original Post]
    Hotel price is already much cheaper.

    I'm not sure if girls' price would come down soon. With no other entertainment, even locals could start more p4 p.
    During other times of financial and other crises here, prices were actually raised and not lowered by the ladies. This is a never-never-land that turns basic economic theory and concepts upside down. Maybe the Corona virus will change their minds and they will charge less but somehow I doubt it. I just checked a few sites and prices still not have changed.

    As for me, I am in a possible at-risk category and I will wait it out so that I can play another day.

  3. #20424
    Hotel price is already much cheaper.

    I'm not sure if girls' price would come down soon. With no other entertainment, even locals could start more p4 p.

    Kiev subways will be shut from April 3rd on. I'm not sure how the city can function without subways. I guess you need to know how to take Marshrutkas. Or ride hailing services such as Uber and Uklon.

  4. #20423
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomster99  [View Original Post]
    Thanks P.S. Yeah. I checked their website and came to the same conclusion. But my phone would say something in Ukrainian if I call. Seems they have been disconnected.

    Darn.
    Moulin Rouge finally responded to my inquiry today: "We are open 24/7, you can come in. "

    Took them only 10 days.

  5. #20422
    For the guys with girlfriends and wives in Ukraine, this is the time to assert yourself as a man. Selfish or cowardly behavior will never be forgotten.

  6. #20421
    Quote Originally Posted by Riina  [View Original Post]
    Apologies, bad joke. News states all foreigners.
    No worries! My bad for not catching your irony.

  7. #20420

    Closure of borders

    I'm really confused as from what I read un the news, some said the order will be effective within 48 hours, which is on 16 March, while other sources said on 17.

    This matters to me because my flight leaving Kiev is scheduled at 23:15 March 16.

  8. #20419
    Quote Originally Posted by UkeBoy  [View Original Post]
    A clearer version of the border closure was just posted by the government. Ukraine will stop all civilian air flights beginning on March 17 at 00:00 hours and all passengers on any flight for the following two weeks, and this is important, be they Ukrainian citizens or foreigners will not be allowed to fly in. Also included in the closure are all land transit points including rail travel as well as all seaports. It is through the land and seaports which Ukrainian citizens may be able to return but not foreigners.

    If you have plans now, change or cancel them for the time being.
    Thank you for the information.

    Do you mean that both inbound and outbound flights will be stopped from March 17, or just inbound flights?

  9. #20418
    Quote Originally Posted by UkeBoy  [View Original Post]
    All non-Ukrainian citizens, including Americans, will not be allowed in with the exception of all those who have been granted legal temporary or permanent residency.

    The rules on when the stoppage will begin is still a little confusing as to the start, but it is better not to come here over the next day or two since you may be sent back, an expensive disappointment.

    In addition, as of today, the last trains from Przemysl and Warsaw Poland to Ukraine will run one last time and halt operations for the next two weeks. I believe that trains from Slovakia to Ukraine have also ceased running.
    Most people take buses and even Marshrutkas between Poland and Ukraine, and I hope they are handling the situation with these buses well, as I read about planes and trains but not buses in the news.

    So many Ukrainians live in Poland, and they can easily bring the virus from Poland where cases are climbing up fast. In fact the woman in the first fatal case (near Zhytomyr, just west of Kiev) in Ukraine did exactly that. She took a bus back from Poland on March 1, if I understand correctly. Hopefully, this will alert the authority to pay particular attention to the buses from Poland.

  10. #20417
    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoSlider  [View Original Post]
    How so?

    As of now Italians have 17 K+ infected and 1200+ dead. USA is not as bad yet, but steadily getting there. 2100 infected and the rate is not slowing down. On the contrary.

    Americans are unlikely to be exempt from UA restrictions.
    Apologies, bad joke. News states all foreigners.

  11. #20416

    No way Jose

    Quote Originally Posted by Riina  [View Original Post]
    They will likely allow Americans as we are special. Sounds like a dream come true, Ukraine with no competition.
    All non-Ukrainian citizens, including Americans, will not be allowed in with the exception of all those who have been granted legal temporary or permanent residency.

    The rules on when the stoppage will begin is still a little confusing as to the start, but it is better not to come here over the next day or two since you may be sent back, an expensive disappointment.

    In addition, as of today, the last trains from Przemysl and Warsaw Poland to Ukraine will run one last time and halt operations for the next two weeks. I believe that trains from Slovakia to Ukraine have also ceased running.

  12. #20415
    Quote Originally Posted by UkeBoy  [View Original Post]
    ...The Ukrainian government has closed the border to all foreigners who wish to enter the country except diplomats...
    As far as I can read from the Statement by President Zelensky, foreigners with valid permanent or temporary residence in Ukraine will be allowed to enter past the deadline.

    Foreigners currently in Ukraine have 3 days to leave on commercial flights. Then it will be through the special arrangements via their Consulate.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    More interesting to me is how this would affect Ukrainian girls frequently traveling outside of Ukraine and those staying abroad. Don't want to speculate. I would rather wait and see.

  13. #20414
    Quote Originally Posted by Riina  [View Original Post]
    They will likely allow Americans as we are special...
    How so?

    As of now Italians have 17 K+ infected and 1200+ dead. USA is not as bad yet, but steadily getting there. 2100 infected and the rate is not slowing down. On the contrary.

    Americans are unlikely to be exempt from UA restrictions.

  14. #20413
    Quote Originally Posted by UkeBoy  [View Original Post]
    ...Frankly, it does not make anything better for those of us still here since there is an undercurrent of justified anxiety.
    Yeah, I felt one of my regulars getting a little nervous lately. Seems the cash flow slowing down makes the girls unhappy.

    This reminds me a few hourly girls arriving with a pissed off attitude, and little later explaining me that management imposed few hundred dollars penalty on them for policy violations, for example talking to the customer directly via messenger, etc.

    Lady shouldn't be too hungry and underfucked to bring the happiness in the monger's life.

  15. #20412
    Quote Originally Posted by Riina  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like a dream come true, Ukraine with no competition.
    Well, that could be true if the price goes down due to low demands.

    Just came back to Ukraine with intention of being here for another 3 months (maximum for tourists), but I feel I'm stuck here, as I'm not sure which is the better place to be in the long run, Ukraine of the US. At least at the moment Ukraine has only 3 cases, or so they say.

    If the US becomes much worse and Ukraine is doing ok after 3 months, there is possibility that I might just overstay here in Ukraine until the thing dies down (who knows when) and just pay the penalty if I eventually leave.

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