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... know in Latvia. I knew in advance that Valters, Santa and Lelde would be there, but it took me two full days to find them. I did bump into That Guy from the Forestry Institute, One of my Students from EcoEnglish, Luis' Really Really Cool Mentor Lady, and That Georgian EVS Volunteer Whom I Don't Really Know All That Well.
++ Unlike Summer Sound, where I had to go get a hair cut to pass the time during the day, Laba Daba also offers ...
... seemed to be the only ones there except a couple in a double room. We didn't stay long however as we had to get to Dome Cathedral for our concert! This was excellent- our €7 seats turned out to be the best as we could see the organ and the violinist on the balcony whereas those who had paid more were facing the alter and so had to turn around. The organist played Bach, Franck and Schubert amount others. The violinist was also excellent and the concert ...
... the painful climb up the other side of the valley, up to Turaida Castle. This castle is beautifully located in a huge park, with interesting sculptures scattered between the trees. We selected a bench with a nice view of the castle (which was pretty hard, because at first we actually lost the entire castle between the hills!) for a lovely picknick. We then found that the ruins of Turaida Castle actually look more picturesque from across the valley! Up close, the ...
We arrived in Riga a little after our scheduled arrival of 20:25 local time. That was probably due to the fact that something like 4-5km of the highway had gone "missing". I have to admit I had pretty strong feelings of trepidation as we disembarked. After all Riga along with Tallinn is one of the Baltic's stag do Mecca's. To ensure we got to see the town and eat in the limited time available, I had booked a restaurant on the other side of ...
... the third closure and just gave up. We then got into a personal conversation about our own opinions regarding such things as counter culture politics and our bonds grew deeper on this very personal tour.
The next stops were: The new Synagogue, "Coffee-ing" (a delightful coffee shop offering a special brew of coffee for guests of Eli and Inese,) and then, the most amazing flea market you could imagine. Most of the merchants spoke only Russian and the place ...