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... I was just glad it wasn't aimed at me this time. I had to break it to them that they didn't have spoons and they were horrified, I really enjoyed getting back to basics like a caveman, my hair helped complete the look. Met some English company in my hostel who were fabulous, they asked me to dinner and I politely refused as I had just eaten and then for beers and I refused again as I was drinking mulled wine. I then realised I am not a pensioner and I am ...
... and then with an American guy who had just arrived. Around half midnight we went to the bar next door with Cory where we tried Riga Black Balsam, a spirit under the same category as Jaegermeister but which tasted more like a mix of whiskey and vodka! We also met two absolutely smashed Latvian guys with whom we had some more drinks, played pool and chatted until far too late! Once back at the hostel we had some bread and cheese with Cory before all crashing ...
... three types of small pancakes (poppy seed, whole grain and chocolate), home-made humus, jams, sour and whipped cream, various salads, some sort of condensed-milk-caramel-mash, fruit, ...
After this massive brunch, we headed to Central Tirgus to buy some cleansing birch juice. And we made the discovery of the century: an authentic DUTCH CHEESE shop that sells spiced goat's cheese, old cheese, gatenkaas, and even Old Rotterdam!
We then went for a ...
... don’t let anyone have a ticket for this cabin, please don’t let anyone have a ticket for this cabin." It worked! Nobody joined me.
No one seemed to know if this train offered food or not. I couldn’t remember from the time I had booked on line and couldn’t find anything either so Ilze and I stopped at the grocery in the Riga train station and I picked up enough food for a dinner and for a ...
We have arrived in Riga, Lithuania
After leaving Tallinn around midday, we drove south to Halinga - where we stopped for lunch. We continued to Pamu, then went through the abandoned Estonia/Lithuania border crossing. We then followed the Gulf of Riga coast, passed the kite surfers, arriving at Riga around 5pm.
We are now back from having a really nice dinner with the tour group - got to love dining at ...