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... ate my breakfast (they joined the Polish and put dill on everything - resulted to blowing it off). The TV station which had no sound and was music videos. When I was younger there was a programme called Eurotrash and that's exactly what accompanied my eggs. There were half naked women in knee high boots performing sexual acts on inanimate objects. At one point, a whisk, I'd ordered scrambled eggs, tried to forget about it. Sat in my controversial spot I was most interested in ...
... venue turned out to be more than a mile away. Much like Moscow, you have to walk through underground walkways and tunnels to get to the other side of their wide streets-Khreshchatyk was open to cars again Monday night. The final tunnel I had to walk through was actually a massive underground mall. You could easily get lost there. My event was held at the same venue as last year, the EducationUSA offices, and I got to see the same woman who helped me set up last ...
Took a long walk through the city and parks this morning to the Lavra monastery. It's highlights included a huge bell tower and also a set of caves where various saints and other important people were buried. Expected - you know, caves. What we got was a series of tunnels with little alcoves containing the mummified remains of the saints, crowds of people filing ...
... on our way at about 10am before stopping again for a half hour to wait for those 6 to rejoin us again. From here it took 2.5 hours in a small rickety van with no seatbelts or aircon and that didn’t go over 60km/hr, to get to Chernobyl. Here we were greeted my someone elses’ guide who told us that our guide had left. Apparently the company had double booked a guide and since we were late he had left with ...
... millions. It is disputed whether the Soviet Union's policies were premeditated genocide intentionally aimed at Ukrainians by Stalin or just truly ******-up economic policies.
That said, I liked Kiev. It looked and felt like a very European city in its architecture, parks, plazas, cafes and churches, except for the lingering Soviet prison-school atrocities. I learned that it contains the holiest of sites/churches to Eastern Orthodoxy and all ...