- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... filming some russian movie "Vurdalak". I was curious.The place is worth seeing.
2,5 hours later we met again with our guide Alexander and moved to the place of our camp. We climbed the hills and hillocks and sometimes mountains. It was really tough. By the end of day 1 I thought I'm gonna die, I was terribly tired when we made a stop to settle the camp. We made a fire, cooked the meal and pitched the ...
... one of the ladies from the Casino (Ukranian) and Ismael one of the waiters (Turkish) and I watched them play backgammon for hours. Safe to say I now know how to play, the best part of it though, I was taught by an Italian, a Ukranian and a Turkish person, where else on this beautiful planet is that even possible! I am truly a very lucky boy from Porth! 'WAW, what a life' Until next time! Aj ...
It's a beautiful sail in, with a backdrop of tall mountains, and huge numbers of green trees scattered on the hillsides as they rise to meet the mountains. Half way up the hills a large church with shining gold domes stands out; it was our first stop, the Pokrov Eastern Orthodox church.
After we left the church, our bus driver put the pedal to the metal as he raced further up into the hills, screeching around tight turns ...
... a few bottles tucked away back in the Fatherand. We were however strangley told off for touching the 6 ft concrete walls of the vault as the vibration would disturb the sediment. YEAH RIGHT MATE.... it would take a Magnitude 9 earthquake to knock the skin off this gloop.
After our excellent tour we were taken to the "tasting chamber" where we were each given 10 partly filled glasses of different coloured wines with a generous supply of Pretzels to cleanse ...
... beautiful buildings, quirky cafes, and gorgeous churches. We explored the city by day, checking out the port, the famous Potyomkinski stairs, and were intrigued by the many sculptures and monuments around the city.
But in our own Ukrainian style, we met another local through couch surfing. And once again Ukraine delivered us a friendly local Irina, who was willing to show us her city at night. Irina talked about her city and country with pride, and had a real passion for ...