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Decided to have a change from public transport and rent a car to see what's outside of the city. John fancied a drive in a little Fiat 500- tho' think he later regretted this decision, lol. We have been surprised how flat the country is, with some small farms but little going on. We stopped so I could photograph a delapidated, desolate wooden house and was shocked when a young chap suddenly appeared from the house, ...
The bus pulled up in Kaunas early evening, and we found our way to the hostel with no trouble. We ate the leftovers of the food we didn't eat on the bus, but soon set off for the supermarket as we still felt hungry. We cooked some burgers and chips and then caught up on some sleep.
After a lazy morning, we left the hostel at lunchtime to take a walk to the old town. Just as we left the rain came, so we dived back in to grab our raincoats and set off ...
Waking up at 5:45 isn't my idea of fun although in some cases, it is justified.
Rusher's need to be hours early for flights in case the airport has all of a sudden increased security to red alert, does not count as a good excuse.
Airport arrival 7:00.
Boarding time: 9:10.
Now this is why I love the UK, it is the only country in the world that I have been to that ALWAYS has at least 1 bar open 24/7 so if you happen to arrive over 2 hours ...
... for Lithuania.
Our restaurant was on the town square. It had not a/c but it was fine for the first half, getting pretty warm until staff opened the windows. Had a local unfiltered beer. It was fine, having that odd taste with the process. Tried another zepellin, this time one with pork crackling as a side dish. Two large taters was a meal.
Do all English have a sweet tooth, Guru? Most had dessert--pudding or afters, terms ...
... visit, moist of the statues had been repaired and put back in place and the central altar and choir stalls have been repaired. Today was a special day for Lithuanian Catholics as they were honouring Mary's mother, so we had a procession and special mass. The family also had a large party, with way too much food, swimming and games. It was a very loud and rowdy party and could have been any family event in Australia, ...