Roughly every month I collect the photos that didn't quite get their own post and bring them together in a single post. Past collections can be found here.
Beyond this door is the land of higher prices and, believe it or not, worse customer service. I wonder what the reaction would be to sign similar to this in the United States
In the little park that was located in the courtyard at our old apartment there was a ping pong table. I highly recommend that more of these be installed everywhere and ping pong will be more popular than tennis.
I think The Help is an interesting choice for a Russian printing and I wonder if it is popular here.
Here are the communist flats on the outskirts of Kharkiv next to the large shopping mall.
And here's the mall itself:
A Ukrainian doughnut exchange caught in progress.
Just an egg in a park.
I've seen quite a few Irish pubs around Ukraine but this is my first Scottish one.
On the Ukrainian scale of remarkable churches this one is a relatively minor cathedral but it's one of my favorites.
And don't be afraid to catch a Ukrainian taxi if you need to get across town in a hurry.
Just be sure to be out by midnight because...well, you know.