Russian women are very beautiful

Written by Ralph Holt / Leonid Zichkov

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There would be many more of them here ifrepparttar VISA and distance was not so difficult. They all cook very well because and mostly stay home and don't go to cafes except for social fun. Most of them don't have a car. There is no credit inrepparttar 146191 Ukraine for cars or homes. Most don't have credit cards.

There are beautiful streets to walk. Buses are very fast and efficient. Very few Ukrainians are overweight. They are friendly and like Americans. They like to talk to you and say hello and goodbye. You must experience a visit to understand and find out how nice it is to be amongrepparttar 146192 people.

South Ukraine is much like South Texas but about 10 degrees cooler throughrepparttar 146193 year. Agriculture is there main industry. It is well worthrepparttar 146194 time and money to go and meet a woman there. The cities are very beautiful everywhere inrepparttar 146195 Ukraine, very romantic. I spent almost a year over there and I regret that I don't speak Russian. It is very inexpensive to live there.

Good Luck !

Ralph Holt .

One man, who got married with Russian woman.

Honeymoon Registries: A Guide to Asking for Your Honeymoon as a Wedding Gift

Written by Jerry Windley-Daoust

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What can you list on your registry? If you can buy it, you can list it. Typical registries list transportation, lodging, activities, special amenities, and meals. Expensive items are usually broken down so guests can choose to pay only a portion ofrepparttar item. For example, a honeymoon registry might list 10 gifts of $100 each toward your $1000 airfare expense.

Some honeymoon registries allow you to personalize your registry with a message to your guests and descriptions ofrepparttar 146168 different parts of your honeymoon, perhaps even allowing you to upload pictures torepparttar 146169 registry.

3. Announcingrepparttar 146170 honeymoon registry Once your registry is set up, you need to let your wedding guests know that it exists. Many registries will provide you with printed cards announcingrepparttar 146171 registry and its web address; you can either mail them withrepparttar 146172 wedding invitation or separately. Some registries will e-mail your wedding guests if you provide their addresses.

The more tactful approach is to let your guests know about your registry indirectly. Let your parents, close friends, or wedding party members know that you have a honeymoon registry; they can passrepparttar 146173 word along to guests. Or create a wedding web page with up-to-date information for guests, and include a link to your registry on that page. You can then listrepparttar 146174 address of your wedding web page in your invitation without directly bringing uprepparttar 146175 issue of gifts.

4. Buying gifts fromrepparttar 146176 honeymoon registry Guests look up your registry by typing your last name(s) into a search box onrepparttar 146177 registry website. After reading what you want, they click onrepparttar 146178 item(s) they want to buy and pay forrepparttar 146179 items overrepparttar 146180 website. Most registries also allow guests to purchase items by phone.

The gift-giver usually receives a certificate that is either sent torepparttar 146181 wedding couple or torepparttar 146182 giver (to hand on torepparttar 146183 couple in person); some registries charge a fee to mail this certificate. Other registries notifyrepparttar 146184 couple ofrepparttar 146185 gift by e-mail. On any registry, you can track how many gifts you have received simply by logging intorepparttar 146186 registry.

It's important to note that most registries require guests to pay a service charge forrepparttar 146187 privilege of contributing to your honeymoon. The service charge is a percentage ofrepparttar 146188 cost ofrepparttar 146189 gift;repparttar 146190 registries we surveyed had service charges ranging from 3.5% to 15%. So if a guest wants to pay $100 toward your airfare andrepparttar 146191 honeymoon registry website imposes a 10% service charge, she will end up spending $110.

5. Paying forrepparttar 146192 honeymoon The wedding couple are ultimately responsible for paying for their honeymoon expenses. That means that any portion ofrepparttar 146193 honeymoon that must be paid prior torepparttar 146194 wedding (airfare, room deposits and so on) comes out of your pocket. Some or all of those expenses might be picked up by your guests, although most couples' honeymoon expenses are not completely covered by their registry. It's wise not to plan a more extravagant honeymoon than you can pay for yourselves.

Whatever money wedding guests contribute towardrepparttar 146195 honeymoon is placed in a holding account. The registry sendsrepparttar 146196 couple a check (or electronically depositsrepparttar 146197 funds into their account) on a predetermined date, usually a week beforerepparttar 146198 wedding. Even thoughrepparttar 146199 wedding guests paid for certain parts ofrepparttar 146200 honeymoon,repparttar 146201 couple is really free to userepparttar 146202 money for anything they want.

6. Thanking guests It's important to write thank-you notes to guests who bought part ofrepparttar 146203 honeymoon (just as you would write thank-you notes for any wedding gift). It might actually be fun to thank guests forrepparttar 146204 honeymoon, though, because you can describe your experience inrepparttar 146205 note—you might even include a picture.

Jerry Windley-Daoust runs the Creative Honeymoon Ideas website, where you can learn more about honeymoon registries, including a side-by-side comparison of six popular honeymoon registries.

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