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Exhaustion finally caught up with Mandy, and after getting up and having breakfast, she proceeded to fall back asleep for a bit. Bam, two hours later, there went the morning. Steve managed to do the heavy lifting and got through 3 more levels of Candy Crush while juggling Facebook, Words with Friends and reading the Sydney Morning Herald online. We did manage to get out and about and take a final walk around the beautiful old town of Tallinn, before hopping ...
... roundabout conversation for about 15 minutes before understanding what we were saying but afterwards it was so hilarious!
Another one of Liva's friends was just full of stories, stories, stories and he walked us home and was talking about cats for 20 minutes but it was so amusing just listening to him and his expressions about cats and when he walked us to Liva's apartment he asked us to give him a theme and a subject and he would create a story but he was leaving so the ...
... and new track numbers was always a wonderful music as you could stand in a train station and watch the boards change. Sadly that is now gone except for a few tiny towns in Europe that are hard to find and I wouldn't usually be there anyway. And I did always love looking out the windows of trains and watching the countryside and towns, villages and cities glide by the window. Well, that only happens about once or twice a year when they have ...
On our final night in Riga TFree and I decided to take it easy. We bought a bottle of red and began a jenga game when we heard our Norwegian, French, Ozzie and American equivalents talking about the night ahead. It waws just too tempting to resist so we got changed quickly and joined in with the conversations.
Wed already met some interesting characters but this evening bought with it a whole new realm of an interesting character. The first we new of him was ...
Monument honouring soldiers killed during the Latvian war of independence.
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