Day 3 Continued:
|The submarine port in the city whose name I forget!|
|This was when I realized how far from my village we were.|
My entire town could live inside that red and white building.
|The museum was closed but we took a look at the submarine entry point.|
|A old wall sculpture.|
|Street card game.|
These guys heard our English and decided to take a crack at their language abilities.
They showed off their card skills and we taught a few vocab words.
Our job never stops!
|Sasha the piegon catcher.|
|A new statue dedicated to the Great War.|
After our long and final day, we picked up little Anna and cooked a grand fest for her. No one could have known how hilarious Big Anna and Little Anna would be together. Fast, forever friends.
|Little Anna, who is bashful and quite, got a little help from Big Anna to present our evening entertainment.|
|Sam and Anna creating a 'Sasha' out of magnets.|
|She was so proud of her artwork!|
Day 4: Birthday Breakfast!
|Our last morning in Crimea was my 24th birthday.|
I ate a lovely breakfast of french toast and chocolate cake!
I am one lucky lady.