Hyatt Regency Kiev
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... founder of the city of Moscow - yet another reminder of the interwoven history of Ukraine and Russia. We then went into a Miniature Museum. It displayed the work of one man. Peering through microscopes I saw his amazing work. One was a poppy seed cut in half - in one half was a 3D torso of a man and in the other half was a 3D balalaika complete with separate strings. In another was a flea wearing beautiful shoes made of gold. Another was a human ...
... the yard, it ran briefly but clearly there were timing issues and after a
few coughs, bangs and back-fires, the engine called it a day. Bill’s head was
under the bonnet when we left… oil all over the immaculate floor, water pouring
out from somewhere, and the rest of the competitors not quite used to a
technique that calls for big hammers sliding around on a floor as slippery as an
ice-rink. It tests the enthusiasm of places like this when ...
... with the gift of the gab and a quick wit. Our guide translated as he cracked jokes about feeding us from his vegetable garden and several other radiation related gags. He was the centre of attention, showing off his pigs and his treasured car before pulling out his homemade vodka and glasses to share. It was clear that he was thriving. And then there was Maria. Quiet, reserved, in the background but just as lovely and welcoming. They reminded me of my own grandparents... ...
... next morning. I also figured that this would be my last swim until we reach the mountain ranges of the Hindukush.
In fact it turns out I would be wrong. After leaving for Kharkiv and driving all day we by accident found a camp ground in the middle of nowhere by one of the numerous rivers. We decided to stop early for the day and go for a swim with the locals, eat out and not cook for once. The weather had been perfect with 30 degrees and sunny ever since we left Germany. Beers ...
... of angering them by asking them to move. Once again, I found sleep quickly. I awoke once again, this time with daylight streaming through the window. The train conductor knocked on the door to get everyone up. We were arriving in Lviv. As soon as the train stopped, I grabbed my bags and found the ticket desk. I needed to catch a train to Kiev, and as far as I knew, it would leave in five minutes. The ticket lineup took longer than five minutes. When I finally got to the desk, ...