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... she and our facilitator started looking through books of children available for adoption trying to locate them. Then we were at the end of our hour. I was disappointed, but I was at least happy that they had shown us two healthy sisters, 10 and 12 years old. Even though our time was up, they continued to look in the books. They looked through 17 of the large three ring binders and the website girls were not there. Our adoption worker looked in the ...
... on the wall for general entrance, photo permit, statue observing platform. The WW2 museum reminds me of my German friend’s mother who lives in Braunschweig, about 2hrs west of Berlin. The mother once told me that her father had said to her and her family during the latter stages of the war that he would shoot them and himself if it looked like the Russians were going to advance further, to save them all from the Russians. She was six at the time. (As ...
While I do realise that I haven't been updating my blog, and that I should celebrate my return by posting something interesting about Ukraine/my trip to Kyiv, I would like to announce that I'm finally out of Ukraine in 2 days! I've surprised myself by actually surviving these 6 weeks. I've visited 4 cities: Sergeevka (let's just call it a city even if it's really a village), Odessa, ...
... those that don’t know is a little town in the north of Ukraine where they had a large nuclear reactor plant – 4 reactors in fact – but in April 1989 they carried out a test to see if they could produce a small amount of energy, and this test failed, causing the reactor to explode and consequently sending out huge amounts of radiation.
The radiation was so extreme that people were burnt ...
... way, she pointed various things of interest or curiosity --and please don't ask for details because I can't walk, take pictures and take notes at the same time. One thing I did note as we walked around was the amount of restoration to older buildings. Kiev is getting a face-lift. The university building is bright red (always has been) and while we were standing there listening to Lilia talk about it, there was a ...