Sorry for the abrupt end to the previous post but with no sleep for two days I just had to get my head down, made do with a packet of wine gums and some mints for dinner. My feet and legs feel better for a rest and I certainly feel more human after a shower this mornjng. The time here in Ukraine is nearly half four in the morning but I've had nearly eight hours sleep and I can not off in the bus which leaves at six thirty, I've got a taxi a to take me to the bus station which I haven't seen yet. It was a shame that I had such foul weather and the tripod trouble let alone a no luggage as I was in a very good road for trucks yesterday and there were still some Soviet era classics about probably more here than in russia. I haven't I seen any ice cream outlets though but I did have other things on my mind. Some any others following in my footsteps I think heading to the rail station would produce more trolleys and out in the direction of the airport which has trolleys serving it. Today I go by bus to lutsk when we arrive it's about twelve minutes walk to a the hotel but I'll just dump my case then try for a car share to find failing that a bus or taxi. Divine can take me through to the evening but I'd better think of estjng. I don't a hold much hope in the hotel packed lunch bag but we were pleasantly surprised if Croatia. Uncovering a the troodos in lutsk tomorrow morning then need the hotel to get me a car share to my next destination but we can discuss that tomorrow night and see how I got on. Not speaking a the language isn't as big a problem as back in the nineties when it all opened up for a the first time as even unlikely people speak a few words of English and anyone young usually quite well.Click
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