I have just come back from 21 days in Ukraine utilizing Mila in Kharkov. I have to say going there for the first time I really had no clear idea what I would encounter, but Mila made everything easy and she works very very hard for her clients. In fact I think she works too hard sometimes and I told her so. Mila pulls no punches with you about everything. She is honest as the sun rises and she is street smart as well despite being 24. With Anton, her husband, you will get attention that is probably not anything near what most translators and guides do for you. She is a friend more than anything now, but she is also someone who will help me find my second half. If you engage the services of Mila you will get someone who always goes the extra mile for her clients. The only thing tough to deal with is when you find someone you really like and Mila sizes them up and tells you point blank that they are not right for you. This is hard to accept, especially when you are of the opinion you are thinking objectively. But I have seen how hard Mila works, how many people and women in Ukraine she has encountered and I find her judgement to be the best impartial advice you will get.
I will return in September to Kharkov and Mila will be my translator again. She is first class, intelligent, street savvy, objective and has no hidden agenda. What else can you ask for when you are in Ukraine?