Amber Sea Hotel
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... to eat, and I was so pleased to be in English company. I could use words without a filter, I'd forgotten how good it was to speak in riddles. Tallinn's lack of religion really appealed to me, I really don't think we give atheists enough respect. When was the last time an atheist took a country to war? Especially with what's happening at present in the world when have you ever heard of an atheist extremist? Someone who really takes action on not giving ...
... to him. The north tower of the castle has some information inside and a good view from the top across the valley to Krimulda and Turaida where we were going next. Getting to Krimulda manor involved taking a cable car across the valley- the first cable car Cat had ever been on! It was very exciting and lasted a whole 7.5 minutes. The manor was a little run down with some pain peeling off, so it was definitely more impressive when viewed from further ...
... was Food Waste, the year before The Baltic Sea, this year is Packaging Materials. Plastic bags are baaaad!!
To make people reconsider the products they use, the food they eat, the trash they throw away and the energy they waste, homo ecos: gives lectures, organizes events, launches PR campaigns and teaches workshops.
"But Janny," I hear you wondering now, "you don't speak Latvian! How can you teach ...
... everywhere. On the beach it had a outdoor club with music pumping, must be pretty good in the evenings. Then we drove into Lithuania and instantly the roads improved, so you could actually drive the speed limits. Heading to Siaulial to find a tourist information and finding on our way the Hill of crosses. With 200,000+ crosses of various sizes on a hill, this is people expressing there devotion to christ. Quite a ...
... and although it was a Wednesday night, we still had lots of fun. We ordered the famous "Latvian balsam" but it was one of the most disgusting drinks I ever tried, right alongside another Latvian tradition we had to try which was "birch tree sap" water. Nonetheless, it was a YOLO moment. We ordered a drink called "Tampon" because we literally couldn't understand the Latvian menu and the ...