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... the top I stopped for a photo on the edge of the snow. Then as I set off again I could see the snow starting to creep on to the road and in the centre of the single track. As I reached the next summit at 931m high the snow started to cover the road for about 50m at a time until eventually a came round a corner and then, it was just snow. So I had to make the decision should I turn around and try and get ...
... 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 ...
... smaller waiting area with plastic chairs.
It was already 7:15 AM (scheduled departure time), and boarding had not begun yet, despite that the airplane was parked right in front of us and the captain and crew were already in the aircraft. The airplane was a small 50-seater Embraer ERJ 145 Jet, operated by Dniproavia Airlines. An airport employee made an announcement that I did not understand. I asked someone to ...
... the hospital. Imagine being the object of such ridicule that a city-center fountain is created to celebrate the event!
Our hotel is in a beautiful location just outside the city center, on a lake with jogging and biking paths. I finally get the extended walk in nature that I have been hankering for all ...
... cherry has to be my favourite. Varenycky are what most people call perogies and in Ukraine they are made with both sweet and savory fillings and then served with sour cream. So far I have tried mushroom, cabbage, potato, cottage cheese, brynza (sheeps cheese), cottage cheese and raisin, cherry, strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, currant, poppy seed and many combinations of the above. The steamed ones are bigger than the boiled ones. Apparently the dough has added yeast ...