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... Ukraine two years ago wrote something I wanted to share:
I was thinking about how you mentioned how the girl's files were in some obscure place - not really out and ready to be shown or in the spotlight.
It's a really beautiful reflection of how Christ redeems us - not from the spotlight but from the pit. As you know, Ephesians speaks about how he saved us while we were still sinners; it's not as though God saw how worthy we were, ...
... more than the old Soviet trout and confirms that it is indeed closed because it’s too hot. As it turns out, she’s my escort girl for the lift to the 36m platform and we squeeze in to the tiny stuffy lift. I ask how you get to the shield platform and she shows me a picture of the female statue. And points. saying, "There’s another lift here. You come on her breast. Then you climb up to the platform." (I just know there’s one colleague ...
... ones with my friends that I am revisiting as I'm writing this, but all I can say is that I don't regret a second of this, and that I would recommend everyone to go backpacking/on exchange at least once in their lives. Other interns would agree with me that it's not your top choice on your holiday destinations list, and that cultural shocks definitely apply to this country, but ...
... and were soon being yelled at not to step on the grass. Apparently they have changed the asphalt 4 times but the grass is the same stuff that was here during the explosion and is therefore radioactive. To prove this there are Geiger counters that showed the grass as over 2 – the normal amount of radiation is less than 0.3. We then went and stopped by part of the man made river that was used for water for the ...
... in a Jewish restaurant.
Today another early start, metro and matrushka (minibus) to the folk architecture museum, an open air place where we found some kind of festival just getting going with food and craft stalls and folk singing and dancing entertainment. So that together with the old buildings they have gathered together, especially the churches and windmills, kept us entertained for ages. Back ...