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... celebrations from the locals and one guy even buying everyone in the bar a shot. We spent the remainder of the game praying for more goals! The game finished 1-0 and we then made a hasty escape before the karaoke began!
The following day was our last in Vilnius. We spent the day generally walking round the Old Town, discovered what appeared to be an abandoned church and also revisited the Republic of Uzupis. We had to move hostel as we hadn’t ...
... Lithuania. The light green altar inside was beautiful.
Had lunch past the spot of tonight's dinner. It was a buffet type place. Had a cold beet soup [with potatoes], a local drink with raisins in it and a cappuccino . My afternoon plan was to see what churches I could as I eventually headed to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
Went off solo thereafter. Went in the Church of St Casimir. It was rather plain save for the gold leaf altars. Paid ...
... day and then at 10am we travelled about 1 hour to a dog sledging centre. We met with Rasita and her mum for the first time. Rasita speaks English but her mum only Lithuanian. Kids were cautious at first but then started playing on the scooters and it was all on from there. After playing for awhile we met the dogs and all of the kids choose their favourites. The Alaskian Huskies were very friendly and the kids ...
... the Chabbad House nearby and invites us over for the Sabbath. We are exhausted at this point and all we want to do is head home. But when we do, we discover that he is the only Rabbi in Lithuania (Sholom Ber Krinsky) and we completely randomly run into him on some tiny street next to some allegedly autonomous tiny neighborhood in Vilnius. Seriously.
So now we're just relaxing in our hostel, sitting here and stalking an Irish guy and a Jew. How very European. ...
... A set of concrete blocks still remain preserved outside, former anti-tank defenses from days of struggling with the Soviets for independence. Seeing this and thinking back to what I'd read in the museum, I think Lithuanian's have a lot to be proud of. After almost fifty years of being forcibly occupied by other people, they had to fight just to be left alone by different groups of psychopaths. By the time I left I'd built up a lot of respect for them.