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... Lviv much more than Kiev :p
Also, it was awesome to get to hang out more with the other interns. We've really grown close over the past few weeks and I know I've made friends for life! I'm so sad to see them go over the past few days, but I know I'll see them again sometime in this life.
Sometime soon I'll post a sort of reflection blog on my time here in Ukraine so stay tuned for that! I leave Wednesday morning at 6:40 am so America better be ready to have me back :)
... they all had "special permits". How were we supposed to know we weren't allowed on said road? Supposedly there was some kind of a sign somewhere.... Well, since we might not have known any better we were allowed to turn around without a fine! Also, the phone joker was unaware of any camping grounds in the area. We drive back to highway giving up on the idea of finding a camp site. Michael determined to find a quaint spot on a lake far enough from the main road. ...
... for us. We also managed a few shots of wheat juice before we went to sleep shortly after that; we were pretty tired ince we only had a few hours of sleep since we left Canada. The time change has really screwed us up as well as the excitement and anticipation of seeing the twins.
Victor and Lida can speak a little English and I can speak a little Ukrainian, so we got along ...
... there - great behmoth Communist flats, some seemingly on stilts, uniformly ugly and decrepit. After going to Chernobyl, I started thinking about this again. These buildings, and thousands like them all across the former Soviet Union, were built to house a uniform population. For the most part, they all look the same, they're laid out the same and they break in the same way. Some things probably never worked (I know even in the early 2000s, a friend in Kiev bought ...
... candles and left them in the valley in the approximate location and I stood in silence for a while.
As I was leaving the cemetery I passed by my great grandfather’s grave one last time. Just at that moment a stork soared above us in the sky and circled around a number of times. The stork is Busk’s village emblem, their official animal and is said to protect and watch over the village with its great wings acting as shields. This made me feel as if Mordecai and ...