The day I signed up for your agency, I had no idea how much this trip would change my life. I corresponded with six women for two months because the trip was not possible at that time. The people I exchanged letters with were all very interesting and cultured.
Once the possibility of travel to Ukraine, just after the opening of the borders, I decide to schedule my trip to Kharkov. From the moment we arrive we are taken in hand and we feel that the organization is well established. As soon as I got off the plane Elena was waiting for me to take me to my accommodation and confirm the next day’s organization. At no time do we feel alone in a country we don’t know.
All the appointments went well and we quickly feel if there is feeling or not during our physical encounters. I would also like to point out that you were good advice when once there the meetings were made, not hesitating to take stock when the need was felt.
I want to make it clear that before my trip you warned me that one of the correspondents (Oksana) wanted to spend a whole day with me. I was surprised by this initiative on the part of one of my correspondents, but I appreciated this sign of distinction that she wanted to bring to our first meeting.
This is the second day I met Oksana, a caring, tender and gentle woman. A woman far from the stereotypes we hear about eastern women. Luckily I had all day to spend with her. Because after that I didn’t want to part with it.
She really introduced me to her life, her place of work, and introduced me to a friend of hers on our last day. I’m really looking forward to seeing her again because this week with her was just magical and we overcame the barriers of language, and the gestures of attention are worth much more than long speeches.
I think I found my half with values identical to mine.
Follow Emmanuel on his meeting trip to Kharkov where he met Oksana: