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It is a long walk to the better showers and WC from the tent site at the Riga City camping ground but then it was worth it. I found the Holy Grail of toilets! It was a disabled toilet but it had its own power point! You can read your downloaded book while charging your phone at the same time (i.e. no time constraints)!
By the time I got out Carol was nowhere to be found so after searching for a while I sat and read my book some more. She ...
... 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 ...
... through Meza Parks, which was absolutely packed with babies, skaters and cyclists on this summery day. We ended up in a cute little cafe in Miera Iela, another hip-and-happening neighbourhood that I still need to investigate properly.
To properly round up Kate's visit, we went for a walk in the old town, and enjoyed some kvass and herbal tea in the most touristic area near the Swedish gate, enjoying some traditional kokle music.
I say again: who's next?
... so as usual we got some photos. This really set the scene for the rest of our time in the city; we walked around looking at the various buildings, statues and things and took photos of them.
The day before we had noticed a crane that was holding what looked like a table with people sitting at it. Of course we thought this was a cool bar and we wanted to have a go, a nice drink with a view. When we got there we ...
... At this point, I was quite tired and was happy to relax in the lobby while I waited the 1-hour for my bus to arrive. It was a large, luxury bus and without realizing it, I had bought a ticket for the "lounge" which was the back section of the bus and the seats were arranged around tables in a casual fashion rather than simply in rows. When I found my seat, there were 3 French people in the 3 remaining seats and I was a bit uncomfortable having to sit so close to a stranger ...