Although the camping life hasn't got into full swing, everything seems to be ready for thousands of pack packers from all around the world. We are waiting a comment from the Eurocamp press team about the overall situation.
Camping life has been quiet with only 5 people staying in the camp so far. But it's all meant to change in the following days as the organisers are expecting thousands of people to join the Eurocamp community.
If you already live in hotel, why not visit the Eurocamp in daylight? The place is ideal for resting from the busy Eurovision activities. Only one hour at the beach of Trukhaniv island, might fill you up with an energy to run around the next 24 hours. In addition there are sand sculptures, artists performing on the stage, and nice weather, provided by Ukrainian air force.
Yesterday Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Jury Lutsenko, attended the camp, where he was given a short trip around the camp.
The organisers seem put a lot of emphasise on security, as there are tens on militiamen walking around, driving around and sitting around. In addition the militia in Kyiv seems to have the flashest motorbikes ever seen.
Some other reactions: The showers are freezing cold. If you want something more to eat than a hot dog for 2 UAH, then better do it in the centre. Guarded lockers are provided to put your most valuable stuff and you wouldn't want to miss the militiamen with their Harley Davidson-like motorbikes.
An esctoday.com editor will be staying in the Eurocamp for the whole week and will keep you updated about what's going on in the green island of Trukhaniv. Esctoday.com fanmobile is parked next to the pedestrian bridge and you are most welcome to share your thoughts about Eurocamp or Eurovision in general.