Kiev is a welcoming, energetic, intriguing city in a country struggling to maintain a unique identity in the world. The stately capitol city is bursting with tasty food, friendly people, interesting sites and Cyrillic signs. Unfortunately because of a time crunch I was left with only about 48 hours in Ukraine. Since one full day was devoted to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone I … [Read more...] about Experience Kiev in one day – 10 ways
Chernobyl is more than a tourist experience.
PART TWO OF A TWO PART SERIES ON MY TRAVELS TO THE CHERNOBYL REGION, JULY 2019. READ THE FIRST PART, The Darker Side of Travel - Chernobyl. It's about 5 o'clock in the afternoon and the ten of us are a bit weary from a long day becoming temporary experts on types of radiation, a stainless steel sarcophagus, the word sarcophagus and creepy arrangements with radioactive … [Read more...] about Chernobyl is more than a tourist experience.
The darker side of travel – Chernobyl
PART ONE OF A TWO PART SERIES ON MY TRAVELS TO THE CHERNOBYL REGION, JULY 2019. PART TWO, Kessiworld review of Chernobyl experience, IS NOW LIVE. Part I: Why the interest? A few weeks ago I found myself sleepless while traveling. After trying all the tricks to get back into REM, I finally pulled out my computer and started scanning through social media which … [Read more...] about The darker side of travel – Chernobyl