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
Baltics, Ukraine & Belarus
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.
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
It excites me to experience new airlines and types of aircraft. My life in the airline industry kept me pretty geeky that way. Learn more at The Airplane Geek in Me. On my recent trip from Berlin to Riga, Latvia I had the opportunity to experience a new airplane and airline at the same time. I'll review my experience flying airBaltic as well and the fresh new Airbus A220. … [Read more...] about Airline Geek review of airBaltic and the Airbus A220