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... the total of $20 U.S. dollars. The beers where only 15 uah which is less then a dollar. At this point in the afternoon it was really starting to warm up so we walked down to the river to cool off. We didn't have out swimsuits with us but we still put it feet in the water to try and cool off. Then we make our way home to have a nap. The heat and beer had made us all tired plus I think I was feeling a little jet lagged. After nap Ranna and I went for dinner ...
... s. I found these so fascinating. With all the vehicles you could see bullet holes where the Ukrainians have been shooting at them. I've never seen anything like this before. To the right of the open air museum as such was a few burnt cars which again have brought over from the war to show people what's been going on there. You can see bullet holes in the car doors where the Russians have been killing innocent people. Also there were a few cargo containers which had ...
... lady singing in a super tight blue velvet dress with two svelte young ladies breaking some moves in gold hotpants and bikini tops who were joined by a beer bellied man busting some equally energetic moves whilst swinging his t-shirt above his head. Certainly made for some highly entertaining street performance. We enjoyed another good meal at the Turkish restaurant in the square before retiring to the apartment to pack in readiness for our early morning wake ...
... of green space in the heart of the city. Lots of new buildings were built at the outskirts. We did not see a single traffic jam. While some trams were replaced by buses and trolleybuses it was very easy to get around by cheap public transit. Many young people tried to smile the European way and made futile efforts to speak English to us. The majority of Kievans speak Russian despite having all signs in Ukrainian. The weather was ...
... Speakers blast revolutionary-sounding opera and male choirs as I walk under a landscaped bridge, the entire underpass carved into larger-than-life depictions of war, brvery, and sacrifice, frms rendered in the traditional Soviet way, all strong lines and blocky features. The underpass gives way to a large fountain and pool, containing yet more massive figures. Behind me, the landscaped bridge leas to a UFO-like monument on one end and the enormous Motherland monument on the other. ...