Miroslava (left) said the current Russian economic crisis has pushed a lot of people, including herself, ”to think about starting projects and following dreams.” She recently left her advertisement job in Rostov to travel around Italy for a few months.
”I want to test myself in Italy, see if I can assimilate into another culture,” said Miroslava, who has been studying Italian. ”When you travel, you become more tolerant and generous.”
Her cousin Dasha will leave Rostov as well…but for Moscow. ”If you want to achieve something in Russia, you will have to go to Moscow or St. Petersburg.”