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September is Youth Month in Rīga. That means that the City Council not only supports all kinds of activities for youngsters (rrrrrr.... that term still gives me the shivers), but also organizes one or two nice things for the organizations that work with/for youths. So this weekend, homo ecos: was invited to join a teambuilding camp in Mangaļsala, a forest by the sea just outside the city limits.
At the moment there's technically only 2.5 people working for homo ecos: ...
... 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. ...
... bar. We ran off very quickly. It was unfortunate to find something with the kiwi name lowering the tone so much. As neither of us were particularly well, we decided to go back to our room mid afternoon. We had no lunch so far so first went to the mall again and another great feed of local food. Walked back to the Elefant and fell asleep. We haven't been out for dinner, not hungry at all, decided to do the blog for today ...
... keg apparently this is the place to come for bucks party any way we leave today for Lithuania so hopefully the wife will be better there. I will admit this is my second meal at Marcus since we arrived in riga as the first night my meal was lost in translation and did not arrive so what else do you have at 11.00pm.
... and cars. Most all traffic, however, is by boat and the boats are wonderful and varied beyond belief, from small two person rowing skiffs to high bucks power yachts and cruising sailboats. And everything in between, including some beautiful woodies that would likely win the Con Cours de Eleganc in Tahoe. In contrast, the entry into Latvia was purely utilitarian. We crossed the Baltic Sea and entered the extremely working class port with classic ...