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... dangerous. The trick in this case is to ride your bicycle every day, so you learn where the icy bits are. I've had to adjust my route slightly: the right side of Kalnciema Iela is now a no-go (I took a nice fall there and slid on for 2 meters), but the other side of the road is nicely maintained by the bank that sits next to it.
... the camp organizers kept us awake with some nice music and plenty of energizers (stupid little games meant to keep you active and awake). I'm always surprised how many different ideas can come from one single assignments, but we had it all - from mime to improvisation theatre and from comedy to epic drama.
On Sunday, we enjoyed another wonderful bowl of porridge with pear compote and then rejoined our little groups to talk about our feelings. Since not all team members ...
... br> We did spot some new steps off to the side which we figured went to the 'Real’ caves so started to climb. You get so far that you figure that the investment in time and effort will not go unrewarded so you keep going. 400 steps later we reach the top but there was nothing of interest, just a path leading somewhere else. So 400 steps back down and look for the camp site, set up and find a cheap place to eat at. We could afford to eat out ...
... enjoyable. We were expecting it to only last 20 minutes however Cat must have read the wrong thing though as it lasted an hour! And afterwards we could walk freely through the church and enjoy it's beauty. We decided to go to a folk bar which was recommended by the lady at Funky hostel. She said that Sunday nights were particularly good for live music. We arrived to live music but this promptly stopped. Cat grabbed a table while Ally waited at the bar to order ...
My last entry was surprisingly the Hill of the Crosses in Lithuania - I had a little spell in hospital which will be woven into the the log but it did result in no application to much at all at that time.
Riga was lovely and arriving by car we had to negotiate the tiny streets of the old town with its twists, turns and dead end. I may have been guilty of driving through the main square where our car was conspicuous but ...