Saturday, July 14, 2007

How to Get in Touch With Us In Ukraine

We will have a Ukrainian cell phone and it is free for us to receive calls. We have set-up the following calling plan which is free for you and was cheap for us. Call us anytime! Do not call direct (without these instructions) or it will cost you about $3/minute!



Greg said...

Great idea. I will be checking in daily. I'm very excited for the both of you.

What's the time difference in Kiev? I don't want to call you in the middle of the night.

The Auslands said...

How exciting! Can't wait to read about all your adventures and meet the new Issel family when you get back.


Dylan T said...

Zen and Cindy, sounds like a real adventure, I just wrote a note but lost it because I had no account, so a bit of a tough start for my first ever blog, feel like a hacker... I hope you guys are doing well over there and there are definitely a few lucky kids over there getting parents like you. Zen, hopefully he has a better touch from outside the key then you do and who knows maybe one day he will raise the roof with his buddies on ocassion keeping the legend alive.... Wish you guys all the best and looking forward to seeing the picture. Zen, please no unnecessary exposure as unless it is a full frontal bicep flex... Take it easy. Dyl

Babi/Dodo said...

My first blog! Wishing both of you Godspeed. Can't wait to receive the first photo of our future little Issels. Cin, the little girl must have beautiful red hair, just like you. Zen, the little boy must have cute dimples, just like you! Love you both and wishing you the best adventure of your lives!

mikeconwaysr said...

Zenon & Cindy, This is my first blog posting as well... I thought I was the last guy on Earth to do this! Anyway, you'll need God's helping hand in this wonderful pursuit. Your mom is excited Cindy, to use your blog, me, my computer and cyberspace to follow you. This morning I promised her we would use GOOGLE EARTH to look down on all the locations you'll be posting. We'll keep you in our prayers.


Babi/Dodo said...

Just so happy to hear you were in Kiev and your trip was okay, even though it was 2:30 a.m. here. Did you ever get ahold of the woman who was holding an apt. for you?
Glad you got to see the sights, as Kiev is a magnificent historical city, and imagine, they even serve chicken Kiev! Looking forward to hearing from you Monday - good luck and God bless. Love, Mom & Dad

Babi/Dodo said...

Question: the Ukrainian flag is blue on top and yellow on the bottom. What is the significance? I was taught that the blue was the vast expanse of sky and the yellow signified the wheat fields (Ukraine has been known as the bread basket of Europe).
If you do travel outside of Kiev, you may travel along the Dnipro river, the sights are magnificent.
Also, I remember travelling to villages, seeing wheat fields, and seeing the perimeter planted with poppies and cornflowers (not those kind of poppies) and what a delightful sight. Ukrainians are very artistic as a nation, and love to beautify everything. Also you will notice flocks of geese, and stork nests, built on rooftops. If you happen to spot one of those it will be a very lucky omen for you. Whatever decision you make will be from your heart, and it will be the right one. Love, Mom and Dad

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