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... crisps and chocolate, pickles. Breakfast: Salami (Richard) cheese and bread, banana... more pickles if supplies permit. Update 1300hrs. We clank and bump on through the vast countryside at about 60mph. The sun is out and we have just gone through Narkevychi Station. About as busy as Westhumble Station at 3am on Boxing Day. Update 1615hrs: We have made several stops the last one Vinnytsia (1612). We are now heading in a north westerly direction towards Kiev to join the ...
... energy source of the future, but at the moment the record for getting plasma to burn is 100 seconds, so there is still a ways to go. It was pretty exciting to talk about a potential solution to the world’s energy problems though.
In the evening I met up with Vic and Tanya, with whom I work with at the STCU. They were in Lviv because they had meetings there the next day. It was fun to see them and a lovely way to end a very exciting ...
... a green wallet. I showed mine and all was good, Bo showed his and we were treated to yet another Ukrainian tongue lashing.... GOOD GOD! Cant we ride the damn tram in peace! Just to put things in perspective the cost of the ticket was 17 cents...so trying to get a free ride is not even worth the hassle. The ticket lady then went to get re-enforcements and LO AND BEHOLD....it was the guy that had just ...
I never thought I'd be able to quote Dickens in a blog about Ukraine, but I suppose there's a first time for everything. I finally arrived in Lviv after what became the most excrutiatingly slow day of my life. Granted, I knew it was going to be like this and I only paid $11 for my travel ticket, but still...knowing and actually experiencing are two different things. I had breakfast at the hotel and then checked out, walking the 10 minutes to the bus station. I met some Americans on ...
... like. Needless to say I was very impressed by his work and left a generous donation. I stood in awe admiring the work and envisioning what this place would be like as an operation synagogue back in its original state, with my family attending and even being part of the services (If in fact my great-grandfather really was a rabbi). It was all such a truly overwhelming experience.
We headed back to Lviv and I couldn’t be more satisfied with my trip to Busk. I’m ...