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... had successfully solved the problem by carrying our divriteni up one flight of stairs and shackling them - completely out of the way - to the railing.
You can thus imagine our surprise when, on a lovely Autumn morning, we found a long printed letter on our bikes. The communication was bravely signed by "interested parties" and threatened to "remove our bikes to where they belonged: in the ...
Sarina still was not well this morning, but insisted that she wanted to see something of Riga, so we went out after breakfast as it was cool and overcast, but fine. Of course, because she wasn't well, we had to deal with a cranky Sarina, but we could cope with that. Alex wanted to go to the top of St Peters Church tower as they have a lift going up. We did that and had a lovely bird's eye ...
... seem to be about important topics such as baby chickens and spring flowers.
Imagine my surprise when I was invited to an anniversary concert by a local women's choir, and I innocently sat down on the first row, which I was consequently almost blown off of by the immense power of these six ladies' voices. I still don't really know what to call it; this style of (female) singing in a very loud, strained voice. The songs sound very monotonous - ...
... a 200m ski slope and a bob sled course. In summer, you can enjoy some lovely hiking trails, leading past many interesting castles and caves. Luis first took us to the ruin of the castle of the Livonian order, which is right in the backyard of the New Castle (18th century), and overlooks the valley of the river Gauja (yes, Antonio, this is what they call a valley).
Then came the fun part: the speedy descent down into the valley.
Then came the less ...
... and Latvian). Although I definitely used it a lot, I could also tell that Latvians were never eager to use it and the staunch independence and nationalism of the Latvians was sometimes pretty clear (aka most of the Russian signs have been taken down).
The food here was literally identical to my grandma's cooking. Piroshki (dough covered meat), blini (fried piroshki), plov (rice ...