Cosmopolitan Couple

Traveling Together Around the World!

After getting settled in Cherkasy, we decided to explore a nearby area and discover what it could offer to visit as far as tourist sight. The photo of us is on the way to see an Opened Air Museum in the small town called Pereyaslav-Khmelnicky. 

After getting settled in Cherkasy, we decided to explore a nearby area and discover what it could offer to visit as far as tourist sight. The photo of us is on the way to see an Opened Air Museum in the small town called Pereyaslav-Khmelnicky. 


The sunset while the crossing the river Dnipro on a way home

As a husband and wife, after spending a few days in Kiev, we were coming back “home” to Cherkasy. We were not sure yet how to deal with a fact that we were of different nationalities. We needed to figure out the scenario that would keep us together as a family. For the moment, I could not enter the USA and Clinton had a limited stay in Ukraine for 3 months. So before making a plan, Cherkasy temporarily became a place that we could call our “home” :)

The sunset while the crossing the river Dnipro on a way home

As a husband and wife, after spending a few days in Kiev, we were coming back “home” to Cherkasy. We were not sure yet how to deal with a fact that we were of different nationalities. We needed to figure out the scenario that would keep us together as a family. For the moment, I could not enter the USA and Clinton had a limited stay in Ukraine for 3 months. So before making a plan, Cherkasy temporarily became a place that we could call our “home” :)


The last photo with the family after the dinner.

Everyone was leaving home now. My family drove all the way back from Kiev to Cherkasy. And Clinton’s parents were coming back to their hotel only for a few next days (during which they were going to explore Kiev and then to come back to Hungary where they served as LDS missionaries).

The last photo with the family after the dinner.

Everyone was leaving home now. My family drove all the way back from Kiev to Cherkasy. And Clinton’s parents were coming back to their hotel only for a few next days (during which they were going to explore Kiev and then to come back to Hungary where they served as LDS missionaries).

At the end of the day, we had a wonderful dinner in the restaurant of the beautiful "Fairmont Hotel" in Kiev, where Clinton and I stayed for a weekend. The atmosphere was charming, romantic and relaxing after a bright day. Besides a wonderful atmosphere, company and meals themselves, we were pleasantly surprised with a super tasty cheese cake as a wedding gift from the restaurant. The cake was so good, that I ate it all by myself within the next day! If it was not after my wedding I could have regretted it, but I felt I deserved that treat :) I still think it was one of the tastiest cheese cakes I had ever had. It was a wonderful tasty end for our wedding day :)