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... would fall down into it had steps that went down into an apparent cellar that was not even drawn up in the official apartment plans they were given when they first decided to rent it. They always wondered if it had been a hiding place for Jews. Years later, they met up with someone whose grandparents had lived there and sure enough, it was made for hiding Jews. They had read a book chronicling Jews hiding in the sewage system of Lviv and when they ...
... one wall which made it impossible to sit up in bed! Fortunately we had no third person so the middle bunk could put up against the wall giving me plenty of room while Bata squeezed into the slot up near the ceiling! The border crossing was not as stressful as we were heading into the Schengen zone of Europe. It was long however, being woken at 03:30 for Ukraine passport control followed by customs, and then being shunted back and forth ...
... as I type) on my pack and will have to open 2nd pack of M&S briefs tomorrow on train.
SBF: High - 3/5. Several weddings in the City boost the rating.
Food: Great: "Galicia (the regional pie) and other hearty meat orientated dishes make this a non-vegetarian paradise.
We will be of air for a day or so as no wi-fi......about to finish off the carton of Chateau Borat.
Sunday 17th June
Today can really only be classed as a fail… in saying that, it ended up with a great night. So basically this morning started with a bit of a sleep in before some breaky and a lot of organising my flights and such (still had not booked a flight back to turkey for the next day!). So by the time that was all worked out it was about 12pm and I was ready to head out for the day. Before ...
... when we arrived into Lviv, she helped me buy a ticket for Kiev. She even found my fuzzy hair hilarious, comparing it to the picture in my passport. She said I should let it grow till I stop travelling.......maybe till I leave Mongolia!! It was such a pleasure meeting Natalia and I like to think that I now have a friend in Moldova, either that or a stalker, haha (she'll be reading this, won't you Natalia!!).