We're moving to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

I can't take it anymore. This sweltering heat. That's it, next month we're moving to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky city.
Located on the far-eastern part of Russia, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky has an average temperature of -7.3 °C in winter and 20 °C in summer. The climate there is subarctic and precipitation averages at 860 millimeters, most falling as snow (yay!). The city is situated on high hills and surrounded by breathtaking volcanoes (there are 160 volcanoes here with 29 still active). The population here is just around 198028 people only so there's plenty of room for everyone. I bet the rent there is dirt cheap too.
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is best known for the abundance and size of its brown bears, arctic wolves, foxes, lynxes, wolverines,weasels, river otters, reindeer, moose, marmots, lemmings and several species of squirrel. Sounds a lot but hey I can live with that (as long as they're not dogs or cats). The region also house 6 different salmon species (yummy!) and during weekends I can take my family to the seaside to watch the whales, dolphins and sea lions at play.
The only downside is, no roads connect the Kamchatka Peninsula to the rest of the world so if you'd like to pay us a visit you'll have to catch a flight to the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky municipal airport. And oh yeah, my new address will be at 24 Leningradskaya Street, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Mother Russia.


  1. Okay thanks! I'll send u postcards.

    Raya ni jemputlah datang ke rumah :)

  2. Fook off la. Bloody Malaysians go to Genting, Frasers or Camerons pun dah shivering their balls off & will put on layers of sweaters & other nonsensical "winter" clothing.

    You won't last a nano-second in Russia !!!

    ps: There's no sambal belacan either mate . . .