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Postby Ksju » Fri Jan 26, 2007 2:40 pm

Yeah, food is really delicious !!!

I am confirmed it :)

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Nu
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Postby Nu » Tue Feb 06, 2007 8:32 pm

Yeaah ) Ukraine ) almost every summer is spent there... )

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Anahita
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Postby Anahita » Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:26 am

Yes indeed Ukraine is such a beautiful country with very friendly, kind people and great history and culture. One of my dearest friends is from Ukraine and I really would like to see his homeland once. :)

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Postby Nu » Wed Feb 07, 2007 5:55 pm

mrLenin wrote:So Welcome to us! You will be not dissapointed


What a hospitable man +))

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Postby Anahita » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:08 am

mrLenin wrote:So Welcome to us! You will be not dissapointed.


Molto Grazie for your kind words. I love to see Kiev once, especially Kreshchatik street that I've heard its one of the most interesting places in this beautiful city. :)

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Postby Rui » Fri Feb 09, 2007 5:56 pm

we have a lot of ukrainians working here in portugal and they seem to be very nice persons, its definitely a place where i would like to go one day, its just a pity that sometimes they dont make an effort to talk portuguese and therefore meet more people, usually they tend to gather more with other ukrainians which in fact i understand, but that turns a bit harder to have a fluent conversation with them :lol:, but i have absolutely nothing against them, they are useful people here in portugal, im looking forward to read more opinions about the ones that have already been in Ukraine :wink:

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Postby Tora » Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:02 pm

As far as I know hosting in Ukraine and Russia is pretty the same, just talking about Kiev and Moscow or Saint Petersburg and you, RUI, are willing to go to Kiev and afraid of visiting Moscow... I'm puzzled! :twisted:

here it is an example like European media obscures the situation... :lol: :lol:

Nu, tell us is there a big difference between human rights Rui is so worried about in these two countries? :wink:

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Postby Nu » Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:10 pm

Anahita wrote:
mrLenin wrote:So Welcome to us! You will be not dissapointed.


Molto Grazie for your kind words. I love to see Kiev once, especially Kreshchatik street that I've heard its one of the most interesting places in this beautiful city. :)


Oh ) believe me there are much more curius and breathe-taking places ) one day my family and I spent there the whole day: from 8 in the morning till deep evening... we just walked and watched... and really admired ) plenty of places I never forget )

2 Tora...
What do u like me to tell him ?) I think we can find everywhere unfair people, in every country more or less human rights are not so saint as it is usually said... and situation in Russia is not so dreadful as it might seem to be... you see we can cope with it...
By the way, Rui.. don't you think that people from Russia and Ukraine are likely to be not the same... but close? )

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Postby Tora » Sat Feb 10, 2007 6:04 am

Nu wrote:I think we can find everywhere unfair people, in every country more or less human rights are not so saint as it is usually said... and situation in Russia is not so dreadful as it might seem to be... you see we can cope with it...
By the way, Rui.. don't you think that people from Russia and Ukraine are likely to be not the same... but close? )


you managed to find the proper words :D

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Postby Tora » Mon Feb 12, 2007 3:50 pm

mrLenin wrote:
They were the same 20-30 years ago. But now everything changed. It's a big shame of both our nations that people don't like each other. Strange separating has place now. And it's true. We have to do all our best to renewal good friendship relationship.


I sign under your words

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Postby Rui » Mon Feb 12, 2007 5:14 pm

so Tora in your opinion there's no differences between these two countries? i must say that anything that comes from you has a lot of credibility for me, since you are an old member here and you would definitely tell the truth about your country, however, its kind of hard to believe that Russia and Ukrania are equally because they seem to hate each other quite much, im looking forward to read your explanation to the doubts i still having :wink: , and by the way... i've never said that i was afraid of visiting Moscow, what i meant is that i totally dislike the persons that are currently leading your country, and please... dont get mad with me, how could i hate a country where a cleaver girl like you lives :wink:
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