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Our train into Kiev was a very nice ride. There was no border check to speak of, just a passport control as we were leaving Moscow. As per usual we had the regular supplies of wine and cheese, played monopoly deal long enough for us to be sufficiently tired and drunk to fall asleep. The Russian trains were very good actually. We arrived very early …
... of the buildings.
Besides the grounds, the two main attractions here are the incredible spa, connected via a tunnel to the primary residence. It is hard to dignify the residence with the title “Palace.” It is more like a Dacha, built in expensive wood by a Finnish company called Honka. It sounds more appropriate to call it the “Honka House.” Less lofty than ...
... among each of the 5 groups I'm teaching, so that made my task a little bit more difficult. I had to adjust my teaching to fit the needs of each group so nobody got left out, which was tough for me.
But all in all, my first day has been extremely rewarding and I'm excited to see what the next two weeks at the school have in store for me :)
Oh, and the kids apparently said that I was one of the best teachers. What what?!?
Today my 2 travel buddies are off on their day trip to Chernobyl leaving me to
a) catch up on some much needed Zzz
b) a day to myself
Sure enough after the lie in, breakfast etc I set out on my own mini-adventure walking the streets of Kiev. In summary, I headed for the main square and wandered around looking for postcards...I couldn't find a single one. There ...
... to the wrong country, the story in the end was blessedly uneventful. Kiev, here I come.
"Kiev Day 1"
After getting in last night at two in the morning, I decide to let myself sleep in a bit. The only guests in the hostel checked out early, so I take my time in the shower, wiping away the grime of my 36-hour train adventure through Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. By noon, I'm out the door, map in hand, marked with Lonely Planet's Top 10 ...