During my stay over in Simferopol I visited one of the many discos. As is common in this country the place was full of drop dead gorgeous women and it was for me strange to watch them dancing with themselves. The place was fitted out with huge mirrors and these ladies seemed to enjoy dancing at their own reflections. Strangely it seemed neither narcissistic, nor vain and seemed in fact very innocent and it was actually nice to watch these ladies enjoying their own vitality and beauty.After an early breakfast I prepared to leave both my hotel and Simferopol, but before leaving the Crimea I wanted to visit Yalta. The drive through the hills to the southern coast is very pleasant during late Spring and Summer, though you pass through evidence of yet another problem facing this country (as if they did not have enough). The Tartars have returned to the Crimea to reclaim what they say is rightfully their land!Apparently during the Soviet occupation of this country the Tartars (an indigenous race, culture, or tribe) were expelled from the Crimea. Now they have returned and have set about building very small concrete block buildings, seemingly on any open land… Read full this story
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