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... watching movies on his laptop. So I went on my own. Thanks to his directions the steak house was really easy to find. I ended up going for a ribeye steak with a portion of bread and a corona on the side. This all same to less than £2. It was insane. The steak was delicious and the corona went down so smoothly. After a good day checking out the city a beer and a steak was the perfect end to a good day. I ended up tipping the same amount as my food was because I ...
Arriving back from Chernobyl at 7pm we sat in the square at one of the many kiosks people watching whilst enjoying a cheap beer. One fashion I can't understand is wedge trainers. They are awfully ugly and should not be worn in public. We also noticed a number of people holding pigeons or doves who would approach people and thrust the bird towards them "Photo? Photo?". No, I don't much fancy getting ill so please get that skank bird away from me. Then there ...
Kiev Airport is a nightmare and I have absolutely nothing nice to say about any of the people we came in contact with. No one was helpful. Finding the Lufthansa desk for check in was easy. Checking in was horrible. We stood in a line and when we got to the front, we were told we were in the WRONG LINE. So, we went to the end of the line again and when we got to the front of the line, we were told that we had to check in at the machines. Well, why didn't the first ...
Well the Ukraine is a different place. The arrival, the airport is very different, to any I have seen. The runway must have been laid by the Cezch Govt because I am sure it was cobblestones landing was brilliant drive to the small terminal was rough.
Customs took 45mins I was last of course. The line for those with visa's was joined ...
... microscope in order to see. There is a balalaika (type of guitar) where the strings are 1/40th the width of a human hair. And, which when looking at it, was kind of gross, a dead flea fitted with golden horseshoes.
While we were visiting the Refectory Church of St. Antoniy and St Feodosiy a woman in our group was yelled at, for no reason, by a woman who had been praying at the church. Mind you, we were standing in a outer chamber of the church, and ...