A list of visa-free countries for Ukrainians 2015 year
Today I will tell you about the wonderful city of Kamenetz-Podolsk, which is located in the Khmelnitsky region of Ukraine. He is known, of course, primarily for its spectacular medieval castle, and famous enough that before coming here I thought that in addition to the castle there is not much to watch it :) But, as it turned out, the city gives the impression of not only the castle, but and its amazingly beautiful old town.
All tourists, arriving in New York, in Manhattan crowd. I - is no exception, no matter where I stop, most of the time I spend there. Where else? Not in the Bronx? And here is the opposite happened, I appeared in Manhattan raids, and the Bronx climbed all, in any case, a decent part of Riverdale. For some reason it is considered important to mention the name, when you tell it to our emigrants. Because he heard the word "Bronx", people in the know are starting to wrinkle his nose, and when specified, what I mean Riverdale, they say that it is another matter.
Mexico. Even the name sounds fascinating. Ancient Maya and Aztecs, Mexican bandits in a sombrero with Colt in his belt, sipping tequila in a dirty tavern ... been a while since I wanted to stay in this epic edge. And the case turned up appropriate - Cuban visa expired, we had to leave for a few days and come back. So, my Mexican 6 days with Russian gidskoy party.
Before I first came to Vancouver, I knew about the city only two things - the first: it is surrounded by the fantastic beauty - mountains with snow caps, forests with Indian totems and the ocean with the whales; Second, it is one of the five cities with the highest standard of living in the world, recently won first place. But it was necessary to call in the city and go through it, so that ruined for all its advantages.
You might be surprised, but I had never ridden a vacation tour package. These Antalya, Tunisia, Egypt and other somehow passed me, so that before the trip to the Dominican Republic, I had no idea how relaxing overwhelming majority of our citizens, departing at all insclusive resorts. More interesting was in the Dominican Republic to get used to the role of the average tourist and spend time in a new country in a very different pace than it occurred in dozens of travel before.