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... and respect for the environment was great as he pointed out various forest fruits and berries and mushrooms and how they were used. He paths were unmarked and in some places you wouldn't know where to go but he knew the way exactly. Some of the beech forests were mysterious in their beauty with the dappled light and sound of cow bells in the distance. After walking for about two hours upwards we came to our destination. On a small area do open pasture were some ...
... pothole for the next hour and a half. The road could go from four lanes to stretches of broken road where everyone jostled for the smoothest bits regardless of which side of the road that was. The villages got quainter. Gardens had ornate wells and there was a shrine or roadside chapel about every kilometre. Most of these chapels were in thanksgiving for answered prayers. In due course we arrived at Kolomiya and were met by our host, Vitaly, and taken to ...
... merchandise at mini-markets are sold behind the counters. This was a challenge for me, since I don't speak the language. Once we started driving on the "highway" towards Ivano-Frankivsk, I began to realize why this route is considered to have low quality roads. The 2.5-hour journey felt like a game of Tetris, with the driver maneuvering the car in order to avoid potholes. I was nervous the entire time, as the car had to drive on ...
... historic city of Ivano-Frankivsk which is the administrative center for a province of the same name. There have also been protests here during the revolution, with tents and broken pavements and tire barricades, just not on the scale that we saw in Kiev.
Near the governmental center we see ...
... and by the end it felt as if we'd been on the scenic railway at Luna park. Kolomyya is a very quaint little town out in the back blocks at the foothills of the mountains. The industry here is Easter egg painting. Boring!! But Ivan and Vlad did manage to find an awesome beer garden to wind away the hours. We ate dinner at the guest house, which is called "on the corner". It was a traditional back country meal that was delicious. That ...