The Family Without Borders

The Travelling family

Hanna first time really WALKING in the car workshop in Belgrade

Hanna is walking!!!

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Our very last day of the trip and she started to walk! In this busy time of repacking all our luggage in some small car workshop in Belgrade we didn’t give much attention to Hanna. She was playing with toys, boxes, everything she could find around. Soon we were supposed to drive to hotel with Read More

Mosque in Shushi (Nagorny-Karabakh)

Stronghold remains in ruins…

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Shusha (in Azeri), Shushi (in Armenian) by the second half of the 19th century had become the the second largest town in the Caucasus after Tbilisi. Hard to believe in it. Right now it’s an empty, melancholic place.

Crimea non view (Ukraine)

Breathtaking no-view

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- Not always caviar – my best friend likes to say so. And when being on the top of Crimean mountains but in the middle of clouds it would be easy to agree with her, but I will not. Because even such a no-view can be the caviar during our trip.

Kids in the Artek Camp on Crimea (Ukraine)

Artek: my socialist childhood dream

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Artek since my school time and Russian lessons was for me a place very close to heaven. The place you will be only able to reach if you lived a good life: behaving well to teachers, having good marks, being a good socialist boy, always helping mama, standing up for older people in the tram, Read More

Crimean Seaside near Yalta (Black Sea; Ukraine)

Gorgeous Crimea

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Crimea is our biggest discovery until now. Best you can get: mountains and sea in one place, just next to each other, all in green! Russia should be really really angry at Nikita Khrushchev that in 1950s he gave it away to Ukraine.

At the Black Sea in Sevastopol (Ukraine)

Sevastopol, a “nice” city

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What to say? Clean, proper city. With good city port but not much atmosphere. If not counting Russian Black Sea Fleet and hundreds of Russian flags everywhere.