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This was going to be first real test of travelling and boarder crossing, Europe had open up all its boarders so far but Ukraine was still very much an independent country. so it started with and early start to get to the boarder to give me more time for lays ahead. I have heard and read so many different stories about these crossings. It went ok and with out to much delay I was back on the road. Straight away ...
... with a smattering of German from Nikolai he got by. He had been to Ukraine many times and visited lots of places and seemed to communicate by smiling a lot. We were driven by another man to the village of Sheshory. A pretty village about 8 kms long set in a narrow valley. We found a narrow path between two houses and set off. The hike was a basic beginners hike designed to test groups to determine their fitness before going on more adventurous ones. I managed OK. ...
... Union in the 1970s. The very “modern” check in desk was closed, although the flight was scheduled to depart in less than 30 minutes. The display board only had one flight on the schedule, the once daily flight to Kiev (Kyiv).
At 6:55 Am (20 minutes before scheduled departure), the single check-in desk opened. I was given only one boarding pass, and was told that I had to check in again for my flight to ...
... historic city of Ivano-Frankivsk which is the administrative center for a province of the same name. There have also been protests here during the revolution, with tents and broken pavements and tire barricades, just not on the scale that we saw in Kiev.
Near the governmental center we see ...
... the other one was a museum of pysanky - the Ukrainian painted Easter eggs. This one intrigued me a bit more, in part because the building was in the shape of a giant pysanky. We had a brief introduction to the evolution of the painted egg, and I learned that the eggs are actually painted while fresh; they are drained after, then carefully cracked open and left to dry out for at least 10 days. The insides of the egg halves are then lined with a stiff paper and glued ...