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... at a recent international conference, I was absolutely staggered that a Man allowed me to carry my own chair up a flight of stairs - until I realised he was Scandinavian, not Latvian..
I admit that in Holland, there is a very thin line between chivalrous and patronizing behaviour. But I do believe in polite behaviour. Getting up for an old Lady on the tram. Opening a door for someone instead of letting it slam in their face. Don't let it die, boys! (Or girls..)
... crumbling notebooks were simply shoved into our eager hands by Māra, and afterwards simply shoved back into one of the metal cabinets - hopefully for someone to study in the near future. I actually wouldn't mind that job.. so I guess I have to keep working on my latviešu valoda!
--- update 27 August ---
The University has decided that it might be worthwhile to insure the Daina closet, for one million euros to be ...
... and it really was one of the best burgers I’ve had in a while. We walked through the old town (slowly) to try and let our gigantic dinners digest a bit before coming back to the hostel. We’re both getting the bus to Vilnius, Lithuania at 8:30am, so we’ve gotten our stuff all packed up and we’re ready to go. Riga has been really nice, but it’s quite small, so I’m ready to move ...
... any further dairy product purchasing disasters.) We packed up and headed into town. Our plans to park up and do the self guided walking tour were thrown into some disarray when we discovered today was market day. Eventually we found a car park that appeared to be free of charge. It was extremely busy and had a police car with its flashing blue lights going sitting in the middle. We were unsure whether this was a good or bad thing. Spying a VW T5 ...
... of girls from Finland and we joked about me going there one day to visit, they said I should come in winter because it is cold, dark and depressing; so I did.
A 12 hour cruise across the Baltic sea from Stockholm and you arrive in Turku Finland. It is the first time I have been on any type of cruise ship so I thought the boat was pretty cool but most of all I liked going outside and watching the boat crash through the ice. In the Stockholm and the ...