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It has been a little over 10 months since we decided to adopt from the Ukraine and we are finally here in Kiev. Posting about the forms we submitted, and re-submitted, and sometime resubmitted again didn't seem to interesting to us. But, now that we are in the Ukraine, the adoption process seems more real and actually taking place. We have appreciated your support over the past year and really need ...
... for dinner. You can’t go wrong with a flute of French stick, a bit of Brie, a packet of Paprika Pringles and a bottle of red wine – choosing Jinda Lee over the usual Yellow Tail (eh, NT) on account of the screwtop. Search and find a shop that surprisingly sells all those things.
Am told by attractive young girl (have I mentioned that Kiev has……) on hotel reception that it could take 40mins at rush hour to reach the rail ...
... s treasures. Kiev has three patron saints: Michael, Sophia and Andrew. This gate features a unique image of the archangel Michael. He's depicted as black. Since angels were typically white, he needed protection from all the dirt and blood of war so he's shown with dark skin. Although this is the tour highlighting the old city, Victoria points out several tongue in cheek pieces of modern art. Several interact with older landmarks, so it's fun to see them ...
... the radiation in which has hydraulic arms (hydraulics since radio controlled things don’t work here) to begin to dismantle the building, but this won’t happen for a hundred years or so. They also have to build the dome next to the building and then place it on top once it’s done because its impossible for people to build over the building without getting deadly radiation. There are also buildings ...
... myself - luxury. Makes you wonder if they were right about no availability on the Wednesday train, but no matter - a 3 hour walk had exhausted the tourism potential of Rostov anyway. Ukraine is a much bigger country than I imagined, we crossed the border about 1.30 am and had another 14 hours or so to Kiev (and Lviv is another eight hours to the west) Clearly lots and lots of agriculture, no big cities until Kiev, some towns but mostly villages. But I ...