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... small bar and when we saw the band wearing silly hats and playing what sounded like Balkan Ska, we knew we had to go in. They were super fun and silly and there was no cover charge. What a great night.
We needed it after visiting the Occupation museum in the former headquarters of the Gestapo and KGB. The Baltic states have really had it rough throughout their history, especially the last 100 years. First invaded by ...
... was more ahead. I was hot, I was getting tired for the 1st time and I had completely forgotten about the funicular that would've taken me up there!
The difficult climb on cobblestones
Having reached the top, it wasn't yet over. After taking a few pictures of the city, I went ...
... is gentle rolling hills, cereal paddocks and grazing paddocks interspersed with pine and natural forests. Trying to think of a similar area in Australia, perhaps somewhere in the Victorian Gippsland in spring time? Everything is so green here even at the end of summer, headers still going flat out reaping alongside tractors with mould board ploughs turning in the stubble. Tonight we are staying ...
... has declared itself an independent republic with a list of silly rules. It actually has an interesting history but we didn't spend too much time there. We checked out a thousand churches throughout the day, there is actually the 'walk of Jesus' religious tourists come and do due to the huge number of churches in this small city. We went up to Gediminas tower on a hill with good views of the city before getting completely lost walking to the ...
... reading about how Lithuania was the front like and the displacement and the number of Jews killed and the torture and, and, and I think it's worth a visit. There's sixty churches in the city centre. There's a crazy neighbourhood called the Republic of Zarzecza, which have their own constitution, members of parliament and representatives in world politics. Look it up the constitution, its hilarious! And I believe the republic is related ...