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... cards but really you'll have to pay cash. In hindsight, I'd probably recommend the walking tour. After some wandering downtown we headed back to the apartment to make jelly!!! You wouldn't believe how excited I was for this. I mean JELLY! It's great. Then we were off to dinner to a place called Kryjivka. It is one of the many 'secret' restaurants in Lviv marketed at tourists and always with an interesting theme. Kryjivkas theme is based on the Ukrainian Insurgents Army (UPA) as ...
... you can only get that cheese by paying him a visit. Returned to the guesthouse to learn how to paint easter eggs - surprisingly difficult - you have to basically think in reverse - put wax on the areas you DON'T want a certain colour, dye the egg, then repeat. This was followed by a bbq dinner. Also learned that homebrew vodka is potent ...
After quite a warm night on the train, arrived in Kolomiya, a small town up in the mountains. Spent the day wandering around town in the rain, including a visit to an Easter egg museum, before heading back to our accommodation which is a gorgeous bed and breakfast on the edge of town. We had a cooking class (yes I know, me - cook?) where we learnt to make vareneki - little dumplings - in this case filled with mashed potatoes. Luckily they turned out ok because we had them for dinner ...
... in the mountains where we were lead on mid-day hike into the high pastures. It was a steep, muddy ascent through a mix of grassy hills and a unesco heritage designated beech forest before we arrived at the shepherd station. Here, two men and two boys spend four months attending to their cattle in a tiny wooden hut with no electricity. They make butter and two types of cheese (a smoked cheese and a sweet cheese). We brought loaves of bread up and they served us plates ...
... with many waterfalls and cascades and very inviting after a day of trekking in the hills. The village is surrounded by spruce forests and lovely alpine meadows.
Hutsul melodies, customs and traditional crafts like sculpture, weaving and embrodered clothing are still alive in Sheshory. It is here where one of the oldest Hutsul temples - Upper Orthodox
church (Horisznia cerkwa) - is situated.
Mykola came on this second day and ...
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