Somehow despite the language problems, I met up with people I was supposed to meet up with and was taken about the city.
I would say Kiev reminded me of Korea of many years ago...just as it was growing into more modern city. Perhaps if I spoke Russian like I speak Korean in Korea, it might have made things so much better. But with 2 hours of sleep in 24 hours, I am not sure if that would have helped.
|Near Independence Square|
|Andreevsky Spusk - oldest streets in Kiev|
My last night in Kiev was the Easter night. I was so lucky. The church opens all night, the streets and church are filled with people carrying Easter baskets.
|Saint Vladimir Cathedral|
|Theater in city center|