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... all we like!
2. Grow your own potatoes, pick your own berries, dry your own tea
Latvians, like the Dutch, like to complain about "those poor city children who don't even know that milk isn't made in a factory". But in fact, every second family has a house in the countryside where they grow vegetables, tend the chickens and enjoy the fresh air. And if they don't, they'll just park their car by the side of the highway and walk into a forest or a field ...
... or two, which it did. And some emos and skater dudes stuck in the nineties, too. I was also surprised to see how many families take their toddlers out to a festival (no worries, these babies come with ear protectors) - and not only for the day, but for the evening concerts and even to stay the night! Also, I didn't see any people passed out in their own puke at three in the afternoon, which is a step up from Summer Sound.
++ It's kinda cool how many people ...
... bunker is the most important in Latvia as it was where the Latvian SSR's government would go. It took several years to build and the workers were all security checked but were then only employed for 3 days. It was never used as a 3 month safety shelter in the event of a nuclear war so many of the installations were never used such as the cafeteria. It had a distinct 70s feel and smell and some of the technology was very impressive and still in working order. The ...
... 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 ...
... photos shows the place is packed. Now that it is inside, Rigans like to go every day to get their fresh fish, meat, produce, milk, cheese, and also have opportunities to purchase cheaper clothing than department stores. I was amazed at the sizes of the fish for sale. HUGE. AND we saw many, many people sitting on the smaller river close to Jurmala and ice ...