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... their place we had a welcome beer and did a little catching up before I needed to take a short nap to try and fight of the jet leg. After refreshing up, Ranna and Gena had some friends over for food and drinks. They had a spread of lots of wonderful local food. They had meat, olives, potato salad, pickled eggplant, mushrooms and bread. It was all put out on the table for small dishes to be had with vodka shots. It's is customary to eat, drink and be social ...
... but because I didn't understand it meant I didn't stay long. After I exited the museum I started to walk to the motherland park but it was a bit too far away from my liking. I just thought it was a normal park but once I got back to my hostel I googled it, I soon regretted not carrying on. It was a giant statue of a warrior standing over a 100m high. Slightly gutted I didn't get to see it. I headed back for independence square because I wanted to pay my ...
... mummies on display. It was at a very large monastery/church complex on a hill overlooking the river. The entrance to the catacombs was at a church called Keiv Percherska Lavra. The tunnels were jam packed, dimly lit and very tight with glass topped coffins lining the walls. It was hot and Vlad was getting very claustrophobic at one point. Ivan refuses to say much of his day other than it was one of the best of his life and spent a lot of money!! ...
... Dasha and I managed to find couchsurfing hosts that made us feel weclome.
After getting off the metro we ventured out in search for school that I attended in early childhood. As we walked we could see a busy highway full of babushkas selling kitsch on the sidewalks. When walked along a side street we noticed a number of abandoned factories. Several young people I asked did not have a clue where school number #71 ...
... leaps showing bursts of strength measured with grace, their turns balancing powerful aggression with a sense of poised restraint. And the personalities of the dancers! After all, they're playing parts, but to display anger, foolishness, jests, and malice in dance must be so difficult. The crowd's favorites - Marcellina, a daffy older lady of the court with a school-girl cruch on Figaro who, of course, turns out to be his mother, and Cherubino, a young page in love with the countess who ...