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... took us into an area on a small peninsula in the river that is largely inhabited by artists. They declared themselves an independent country (naming themselves the Republic of Užupis), and developed their own creative constitution that has been translated into a number of languages and erected on a wall for all to read. One of the rules of the province is that one must smile whilst visiting!
Back in the Old Town, we saw the only gothic cathedral in Vilnius, ...
... eyes of the Frenchman. He was just acting so weird. None of his moves were in time let alone fitted in the song that they were playing. He was just stood in the middle of the dance floor holding a poss and shaking. All five of us lads were crying with laughter at some points. The locals found him funny as well but they wanted to dance with him. Which he thought meant he was an amazing dancer, but they were just taking the **** out of him. When a girl was getting too close he would ...
... of tidying up when we arrived and this ended in carrying toilet seats and lawn mowers through a house. Melanie carrying one tile at a time amused me on another level. I think I slept for 18 hours that night and woke up to Uma sitting on my face (dog not a human). The kids there were incredible and the seminars we did were so honest I really felt I got to know everybody so quickly. Unfortunately we had to go back into the real world after the countryside adventure and ...
... weather was nice. I got to the hill (admission was free) and wandered around for a while.
Legend has it that 800 years ago or so after a huge battle, local people put up crosses for the dead on the hill. The tradition continued and more and more crosses were placed there right up till today. Under Soviet rule, the hill became a symbol of Lithuanian resistance to occupation. With the USSR being a non-religious government, they banned people ...
... it was the party-hard hour of 8pm and I'd been awake for, um... math's failing me now but somewhere around 30 hours II swayed more than walked to the hostel, and met some of my other dormmates, including a Canadian and an American who'd just come off an epic train journey all the way from Hong Kong, and a Swedish guy who's just here on holiday. We all shared a couple of drinks of local Lithuanian wine supplied by Lina before I turned in for an early night.