We also learned the secret to figuring out which water to buy. We know that if you get the brand name water Bon Aqua in the light blue cap it is water with no gas, the dark blue cap has gas, like seltzer water ick! But, we have been walking around and wanting water and the sidewalk vendors don't always have bonaqua. There was a nice lady in the grocery store (who speaks no english) that showed us where to look on the bottles to see if it has gas or no gas, so in tiny print a word beginning with "H" means no gas and "C" means gas. We have only made the mistake twice but, would rather not make it again, I am not fond of seltzer water. If I would have had my camera I would have videoed the charades that Jason and this lady were playing to figure out our water solution.
|This gate will only hold our girl a few weeks longer!|
We wandered around for a few hours, enjoyed watching the locals and then caught the bus back home. As the prices are so cheap my husband was cheeky enough to say he would take me out on another date tomorrow. LOL. We have mastered a few words in Russian like thank you, goodbye and how much.
|Bohdan Khmelnitsky monument|
|Yummy ice cream stands are all over the place! LOVE!!! And for .30 a piece even better!|
|Outdoor market near the town center|
On the home front the kids are doing well with my folks, Aidan got a camping weekend with my brother and sister in law (thank you). I am sure I will hear all about it when we Skype with them later tonight.
Keep praying God hears and answers!