Elnar Mansurov, a globetrotter from the Ural city of Perm (1,400 km northeast of Moscow), travels around the world in a polar bear mask. He’s journeyed far and wide - including North Korea, Yemen, Tanzania and Antarctica - and knows how to get around on the cheap. It all began in 2007 when he was able to fly from Perm to Prague (a distance of 3,300 km) for only 141 rubles ($2.5). On social
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The idea came to him in 2013 as a response to people’s dull photographs of “themselves against the background of a background.” Since then Charushin has stood on his head all around the world, from cliffs in Vietnam to Cappadocia in Turkey.
Negotiations, deadlines, reports...monotonous office life. That feeling when you’ve had enough and you just want to leap head first into the unexplored world, without even taking off your suit? Luckily, for those not brave enough to run wild themselves, founder of the TEG Internet communications company and lover of extreme vacations - Pavel Makarov - is doing it for you.
His travel blog is called Office Plankton and in his
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