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... bunker wearing a gas mask, in search of symbols and letters. I felt very much in a post-soviet state when the instructor casually asked: "So... who HASN'T worn a gas mask before...?" Fortunately, breathing was much easier than I had expected, but it was impossible to see anything in the dark, so I had to completely rely on my team mate who had the flash light. We felt very team-building-y when the task was over and our team mates DIDN'T forget us in the bunker ("Just follow my ...
... br> Made it out of Riga to a town not too far away called Sigulda as the area supposedly has a number of places of interest around it. Found it, a pretty place with a few castles, sculptures and caves etc. So we did our usual wander but not as striking as most other places we had been. The castle at Turaida was the most interesting, with its gardens and stories. Visited a famous cave which turned out to be no more than a big indent in a cliff face. ...
... 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 ...
... of a bottle. The beach was 30 minutes out of Riga and we took the train which made us see exactly what sardines feel like in a tin.
We're going for some traditional Latvian food today at the Lido- by recommendation of my lovely hairdresser Sarah- and then on to a 26th floor bar. Will be sure to get some pictures!!
I still aspire to be a globetrotter. As a kid, my favorite reply to the question 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' was 'A vagabond'. I don't remember clearly but it might have been inspired to some extent from the celebrated poem by Sir Robert Louis Stevenson of the same name.
Childhood fantasies die hard. I am trying my hand at travel writing now.Someday when I shall apply for such a job, all this stuff would go into that CV!
Anyway, there I was at ...