Thursday, March 25, 2010


This is a common site around Ukraine. These liquor kiosks are everywhere and the locals walk up, pay their Grivna (money) and grab a bottle to go. It is definitely a strange sight to see, and stranger still to see people walking up and down the city streets with open bottles of beer in their hands. You ususally only see this on the west side of Chicago, and even with that the bottles are in bags. It even seems that Nancy and Robin have been able to adapt to the locals because they have become very astute at the whole kiosk beer exchange. Lushes :o)


  1. what can I say, when it is a bargain you just HAVE to buy it :)

  2. Oh, I get the whole bargain thing. Where else can you get a large size beer for $1.25 American? You have to take advantage of that. But does that mean you have to drink a 6-pack every night. They have 12-step programs for that you know. Maybe you have unresolved guilt over the Patriots cheating in the Superbowl and it's eating you up inside. Get it out, get it out. Come clean and confess, you'll feel better.