Last December, my mom organized a trip to Chernobyl, Ukraine, for my husband Isaac and me. We went with a
Sometimes, people in America ask my husband Isaac why he prefers to travel abroad when he could be exploring his
Czech Halloween (Dusicky) and the reason Czechs take “anti-vampire” measures with their corpses…
Reykjavik is a quiet little city and the Hallgrímskirkja Church is the main landmark and a popular tourist attraction. Check
The best way to spend 36 hours in Iceland (winter time)!
They second most famous geyser in Iceland erupts every 10-15 minutes!
You have to see it to believe it – Almost falling backwards in an attempt to get a good photo, my jaw dropped as the guide explained that for a while, conspiracy theorists thought that these Duga radar devices were used by the USSR as a means of weather and mind control.
I anxiously kept my eyes glued to Google Maps. What would it be like? What would the city be like, once a bustling Soviet metropolis of 50,000 people, now a wasteland – abandoned in a moment during the disaster in 1986?
There are lots of homeless dogs living around the check points in Chernobyl and the general vicinity. These dogs are no more radioactive than the ones you’ll see around Kyiv.
Only 10,000 people visit Chernobyl a year and I was one of them in 2018.