US tourists enjoyed assistance in English while shopping at the market in Sevastopol
US tourist Mark and Melanie HANSEN who visited Sevastopol (Crimea) in December 2010 during their adoption journey mentioned that they enjoyed the assistance in English while shopping at local market.
“As were were buying apples from another stand, a lady came up and spoke English to us. Turns out she was an English teacher for 20+ years and now supplements her income with a stall at the market. We didn’t visit long, but told her we would come to see her again”, wrote Mark in his blog.
Mark also noticed that it is possible to purchase “just about anything you need” in stalls which are common in Sevastopol.
“There are stalls with electronic equipment, clothes (including lingerie), small appliances, automobile supplies, alcohol, groceries, shoes, many selling produce”, he added.
It is also possible to travel with the English speaking taxi drivers in Sevastopol.