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... but the indicators were on the wrong side for me and I kept putting the windscreen wipers on instead! We did get an international driver's licence, so I was legal!!! Then today, Algis suggested we go to his work. Algis is a Sargeant Major in the Lithuanian Army! So he took us around and we had the opportunity to try out target shooting using laser practice guns. Jolita and I were okay when ...
... we are at the end station. I have to admit, I did swear at the stationmaster, who was standing there, with all my Swiss vocabulary...... "Ende gut alles gut"
I then spend the rest of my zlotys for food, and began my ride towards Lithuania .
Know very little about the Balitic states, as I did not really plan to cross them.
I only remember my geography ...
... The national language of Lithuania is based mostly on the southwestern dialect. Some western words like hamburger had crept in and there was an effort to make up Lithuanian words, some more successful than others.
A father, mother and a daughter, due to sex and marital issues, would all have different last names here. That is just bizarre.
Farming was present on both sides of the road as Simona answered a question on the local education ...
What do you do on a hot day in Lithuania? You go ice skating of course! We went in to Kaunas where there is an ice skating rink in one of the shopping malls. I was still not up to doing all that much, but Alex and the others went on the ice. I loved the little penguin that Linna had! That is how I would ice skate! We had lunch at the rink and the three children had a full meal. I wasn't really up to eating, so ordered some chips and, even ...
... we hopped on and checked it was going to the old town (Ally using his best Lithuanian) and were told that was the next bus. So, we waited another 10 minutes and the same bus & driver that took us there took us back. Back in the town, we went up the tower of the castle to enjoy the view. We also visited St George's church which is currently being renovated from a poor state of repair. Now it was tea time and we chose a restaurant with covered tables ...