I am currently heading to Odessa, the third most populous city of Ukraine and a major tourism center. It is the city along the black sea and they call it “pearl of the black sea”, I am excited to check out what the city looks like. There is 600km to go, it was expected to reach the city in 3-4 days. In order to maintain my nicely short hair, I
I think I am now staying at a higher latitude, that’s the reason why I am feeling very strange that the night is so short as the sun was completely set around 9pm+. As you can see in the photo, it was only 5.40am and the sky was already completely bright. Amazing!! This campside is one of the best along the journey, it is so quiet and peaceful when camping
Finally, I have reached Ukraine, this custom in Ukraine was not as busy as Bukit Kayu Hitam, the immigration was smooth and easy to pass. The bike stand which was given by the bicycle shop at Kampar, Perak is still working great now!! It was a simple hook to hold the stand whenever the bike starts to roll Ukraine, the second largest countries in Europe, former country of Soveit Union.
There are some thoughts flashing in my mind once a while when cycling. Sometimes I will think and question myself that why and how am I going to get started on this journey, it is not a simple task. After months of cycling and now I am soon entering Ukraine, I have successfully completed more than halfway of my journey, I can proudly tell my daughter that “everything is possible,
Having a visit to an Armenia museum in Russia. I was lucky to have a beautiful Armenian tour guide who can speak a little English and bring me and Greg to tour around in the museum I have to say that Armenian women look truly gorgeous, they have a perfect combination of Asian and Caucasian features, making them look unique in front of everyone. They were famous in their dark