3 Show Me Your Day! Part II

Show Me Your Day! Part II

Posted on December 15, 2011 by team

Some more people are presenting their days at mysampleday.com. And while you still don’t dare to describe yours, look how others live.

Katya from Kiev shows how snapling instructors live in Israel, tight at the Dead Sea. If you like cycling, hiking, rock climbing, downhill skiing, etc. you’ll probably enjoy one very active day.

Charming Alexandra shows a bit of luxury from Moscow. Beautiful decorations, expensive things… how is it being near all that?

Ilya is a system administrator from St. Petersburg. He lives surrounded by gadgets, but what else is on his mind?

You’ve been dreaming to live an organic life far from noise and civilization? Look, someone already has such a life!

Marina is a true wine expert! She lives in Italy and studies at Sommelier academy. Her day just cannot be boring!

Two guys peacefully live in Cambodia, build a farm and love each other. One of their days.

Larisa seems to be a very creative person, her home interior is rather unusual. Her family has their own pub in Portsmouth, England. Look how they spend their day off.

Katya, 26, lives in St. Petersburg. She decided to show one day at the office. Let’s check if they work really hard!

Where would you spend your birthday? Ira left Moscow and went for fun to Hong Kong. She remembers what it means to be a kid entertaining herself in all possible ways.

Beautiful and creative girl named Natasha. Bright and sunny day of a bright and sunny girl!

We will be happy if you share one of your days with us and send your photos to cj@2leep.com!

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3 Responses to “Show Me Your Day! Part II”

  1. VladimirIlyich says:

    Nice idea! But most of them seem to be from Russia/ex soviet countries.
    I expected many american stories, since ENGLISH Russia is obviously targeting an english-speaking audience…

  2. robin yates says:

    I am English and I look at this site because I want to know more about Russia. Why should I expect to see American stories???

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