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... out the Latvian language and much of the culture, and Russian became the main language. Eventually, Latvians regained control and declared independence.
That evening, we stayed at the hostel and had a few drinks with Pip, Nicolet and a few German guys. We had a match on the ice hockey foozeball table, which finished England 5-3 Germany!
The following day, we set off to the beach with Pip and Nicolet. 30 minutes on the train and we reached the city ...
... Can you believe it, Fiona, he then suggested I had a female camera.
Time for the castle, only some climbing with the help of a lantern [some stretches were pitch black]. The lantern is a symbol of the town. The cashier asked if I was a senior. I laughed but got a half euro discount. Bought the brochure too [2.3].
Went for a meander thereafter to fill in the time. There were many colourful wooden buildings which caught my eye. It was running too late ...
... Anton starting to be persuasive. Mardy **** was starting to waiver and sure enough, with that tag-team-comrade effort he RELUCTANTLY gave in.
Hope Mardy **** has a better day, this too will pass my moustacheo comrade.
Top tip: Ecolines buses - a) prebook & print out b) or use Lux Express.
Option b) Probably better as they were sold out.
*driver description - Late 40's, ...
... of arts commencing, getting a seat just in time to see some traditional thai dancing followed by thai-chi demonstration. And you guessed it Ben got pulled up on stage, as he always does! He could feel it coming on it always happens, hilarious! When he got his breath back we headed to the powder tower, that dates back to 1330 but rebuilt numerous times. After a few more sights we were thirsty so we found ourselves a nice pub, within Livu square to ...
... out before they developed the EOS series and messed it all up?The other camera is what the guide referred to as the Soviet Beast. I think it did weigh about 20 pounds or maybe more. It is called a Zenit. It was basically the same camera from the 1950s to 1991. Now the interesting thing is that our guide was quite adamant that we should get the film developed tomorrow as it needs to be developed immediately for best results and the developer is ...