to the future
2020 will go down in history. Just like this summer for our company. August 27, the journey to the Carpathians began.
The night trip to Verkhovyna and further ascent to the Smotrych mountain meadow was the starting point filled with excitement and joy. The camp setting was exhausting enough so dinner on the fire was near godlike. The time passed surprisingly quickly - an unforgettable starry night began. The night with endless hiking songs and warm hearts.
The second day greeted us with breakfast and divine coffee. Next point - hotel in the very center of Bukovel. Wet pool party, unrestrained dancing to the toe-tapping sets of our DJ Sergei, tequila, full moon through the telescope and talks until morning.
The last day’s “agenda” was catchy: short rest at a foam party followed with a burst of adrenaline on ziplines and a dizzying downhill ride on a summer toboggan. Tired but happy, we took our ride home.
It will be difficult to overcome this journey, but we think that together we can do everything!
Acquaintance with Georgia began with the delay of the plane. So, we started learning Lezginka dancing just in the Boryspil airport terminal :)
Upon arrival, we had a delicious dinner in a Georgian restaurant and a fantastic walk through Tbilisi at night. The next day was Gudauri, with its snow-capped peaks and boarding and skiing. Beginners or pros, all of us left our hearts in those majestic Caucasus Mountains.
On the last day, we tasted local cuisine, chacha, wine, and danced the Lezginka (glad we studied!) in the mountain cafe Megobar. Our gala dinner in the restaurant ended with an incredible salute!
In our journey happened a lot: 20 hours by bus, skiing and snowboarding in gloomy Tatras.
Next was Devil's Party" in kigurumi and ballet tutus, fun games, and driving music.
A bright end to the corporate party was a dinner on top of a mountain restaurant overlooking the Deman Valley. On the way back we managed to walk around the ancient city of Kosice on Christmas Eve. It was a perfect time to return home.
Verkhovyna in the spring is not only beautiful but also extreme. We challenged two natural phenomena at once - the fast water of the Black Cheremosh, and the insidious peak of Pip Ivan mountain.
The Cheremosh River was the first to stand in our way. This was our first experience and not everyone was able to stay in their boats. But no one was been left in trouble in the water. In the end, Cheremosh obeyed and retreated under the pressure of our team spirit.
The next day was the climb to Pip Ivan, and this day could be called light, if not for the 5-hour climb. But we made it, and we are so proud of our victory. We overcame all challenges and difficulties.