Travel Blogs from Simferopol
Déja 4300 km de parcouru par voie terrestre, je compte empreinter le train de nuit, cela fait parti des expériences à ne pas rater en Ukraine et surtout faire aussi connaissance avec la population sans passer par le couchsurfing. je n 'ai passé que 2 jours à l'hôtel et encore il y avait une ambiance bon enfant et j avais l'impression d'etre chez un privé à Odessa.
le train part à 23 h59 mais ...
... don't want to.
Being sure not to give him money before getting our bags, he goes back and forth and then says the immigration people are being difficult (difficult as in they were actually doing their jobs and not letting some random local officer abscond with luggage!), so he may need a larger "gift". enough being enough and slide off and find a Turkish Airlines representative to help and the officer magically disappears and we find that ...
Our speeding around the Crimea Peninsula is coming to a close today as we make a few final visits to some interesting sites and then hop a 19 hour train (yes you read correctly) for Kiev.
So with only hours left with Irena, she knew she had to fill our heads with as much information as possible. As we were heading to Bakhchysaray (trying saying that fast even one time) we learned about the Crimean Tatars who located in this town. The ...
... of Crimea) them. Can somebody give me an advice, who can I contact?
Offer services of the interpreter and the driver in Crimea!
I’ll find dwelling for you, room in any hotel, apartment for any period of time in any city of Crimea, for rest or work. Take you by car from ...
Final Ukrainian Bits and Questions
Sunday November 1, 2009
Yalta to Simferopol
Gosh, I missed Halloween. Hadn't even thought about it much until I saw my Face book page yesterday and realized I have skipped another great American Holiday. And I’ll miss Thanksgiving too but I will be in Australia for that holiday and with my husband so we’ll celebrate on our own.
I think Yalta was ...