Twelve days, seven countries, almost 5000 miles, eight fill ups, and some of Europe's most demanding roads in a Land Rover Discovery 4.
If we’d been pleasantly surprised by Polish roads, we expected the
pleasantries to end in the Ukraine. Not so initially. What was
noticeable were the cars the locals were driving.
The Fords and
VWs that are so common in western Europe are almost non-existent in the
Ukraine. Instead, Ladas (both battered wrecks and sparkly new ones),
Dacias and three-box Japanese saloons were the most common road
occupiers. Oh, and horse and carts.
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