Reikartz Attache Kyiv
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... 2012. We found a few really nice coffee shops that served more than just coffee, a mall, the sirk (circus), a market, a Ukrainian chain restaurant called Katusha with every kind of vareniky (perogies) you can imagine, a delicious Georgian restaurant, and Kiev's ILC office - only 3 blocks from our apartment (this organization is instrumental in helping Ukrainians find jobs abroad, as the employment situation in Ukraine is very bleak).
... joined us, and we made our way to the south of the city centre. Unfortuantely it was raining, and as we walked along the hilltop there wasn't much of the view of the city to be seen. We reached the Holodomor museum, and took a look at the exhibits on the Ukrainian Genocide in the 30s, before making our way to the Lavra - a large UNESCO protected collection of churches and caves.
Our final stop for the day ...
... peered into windows. It is a miracle that they did not break in and loot all the valuables inside. "National Guardians" quickly protected the property and, realizing that there were vast grounds to maintain and zoo full of animals to feed, they started charging admission to anyone who wanted to come and have a look. And if you pay a princely sum for a VIP tour (like we did), you are even allowed to go ...
My first day of teaching at school was today! My thoughts before I got there were, "OMG I'M SO NERVOUS WHAT DO I DO I'M SCARED AHHHHHHH!!"
But as soon as I arrived at the school and started presenting to my first group of kids, I became much more excited about teaching and a lot less nervous!
This first day was called Friendship Day. It was mainly about getting to know the kids and them getting to know myself and the ...
We caught the bus and it wasn't far from where we were based. There were several buildings and churches that we went into. The highlight had to be the caves! This is where monk were buried in glass coffins. The odd hand was visable so this was very spooky!
After this we headed back to central Kiev and on the way we stopped at Central Parc restaurant. We were starving so ordered up some decent dishes. I opted for the Chicken ...