Christian's Journal Entry for Day 28
: We left late but we had some administration to do until nine such as mail all of our presents back home as they were starting to pile up and added about 2kg to our bags. I wasn’t sure if I should mail the homemade cognac so I kept it in the front bag just in case of emergency. We were really sorry to leave and I think that so was the staff of the center.
They were good to us but we had to move on to the next town. They followed us for about a km tightly packed in a little red car that could barely support their weight. But it was touching to have them there with us or the first km......click here to read more
Emmanuelle's Journal Entry for Day 28
: It was 10 am when we finally hit the road after many goodbyes, a few tears and many blessings.
Although we had sent a box of gifts home, my bags were still very heavy. Our generous host had packed this huge lunch with only 12 snickers. Bless her heart! What a sweet and generous lady. I will miss her and all the people from the centre. It s amazing, I ve only known them for 2 days and it feels like we have been friends for ages.
It was near 2 o clock when we finally hit the outskirt of Kiev. The traffic had become heavy and I was getting really tiried of inhaling the fumes of the cars and trucks. We stopped on the side of the road for lunch. Chris went to get a huge watermelon for desert. That was so refreshing!......click here to read more