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Posted on 25 June 2020 | 4:25 pm
Resolved Question: A Vacation in Ukraine
I am trying to schedule a vacation to Yalta Ukraine for Summer 2014. I was thinking of traveling there because my great-grandparents are from Ukraine and I really want to go to Ukraine, and I read that Yalta has a very nice climate and the Black Sea. I do not speak any Ukrainian, but I understand and can speak some Russian (Some as in not much yet, only took 2 years in school, and other than that I have taught myself how to understand websites and use Yandex and so on so forth), I am sure there are a good number of people I will run into that will be able to speak English to me, but I don't know if Yalta is a common place for a tourist from the US to vacation to. It looks so beautiful, and I have never left the US (aside from a short and cold trip to Niagara Falls, Canada). How much money should I expect to spend? Is there other common tourist cities in Ukraine with the Baltic Sea? Any information will be extremely appreciated.
My family's name is Kozak/Kozub dear alex, actually we are not jewish :) my grandparents and great grandparents were christian. The fact that you think you know so much from a surname is hilariousl. If you have nothing kind or nice to say, politely f+++ off. Dont tell me what religion we are, and obviously you seem to have something against jewish people. now take your *** somewhere else Also I am part italian and Irish and I do not look Jewish. Im Catholic.
Posted on 19 September 2013 | 7:01 pm
Resolved Question: Why was the Yalta
Isn't Ukraine in Europe?
I was told it was there to avoid the war that was going on in Europe... but Ukraine is in Europe?
Posted on 7 June 2012 | 12:40 am
Resolved Question: What language should I
I'll be going to Yalta (Ukraine) soon for volunteer work and would like to know which language to learn? I know I can talk English, but I would like to gain some basic conversation skills on their language. The most logical would be Ukrainish, but according to Wikipedia Russian is more widely spoken in the south part of Ukraine (Yalta). Any suggestion?
Posted on 25 April 2011 | 3:18 am
Resolved Question: How is it like to travel
I've always had an interest for Ukraine, and my interest just exploded when I got to know this great ukrainian guy at work who told me about his hometown and stuff. I really wanna go see how it's like. Unfortunately, I don't know how to speak much ukrainian or russian. Do people in general understand english, and is it easy to get around with english? How is the hotel standard? How are the people? And last but NOT least, any recommendations of where to go? :-) I'm so excited!
Posted on 25 October 2010 | 6:15 am