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... the kitchen with such a needy look on her face, that we finally decided that we would take her for a walk ourselves.
"A walk"... right. Walking Lotte goes as follows: she anxiously ogles the elevator, but then quickly agrees to hobble down the stairs. Two meters outside the front door the pees on a bit of dirt, and then refuses to move any further, until you agree to take her back upstairs (by elevator, preferably). One time, I even got out of bed at ...
... them all one by one.
Of course, I'm not completely culturally insensitive. So by now, I have found out that the big Rimi (the slightly upper-price-segment supermarket) is one of those hypermarché-type of stores that not only sells spongy bread and frozen pizzas, but also potted plants, camping gear, stereo equipment, perfume, liquor, and even souvenirs.
Alternatively, the Centraltirgus (central market) ...
By the time we got out of the markets the sun had gone down and it was even colder. We went back to the hostel to make dinner. There are even more people staying here tonight including two girls in our dorm who are supposedly leaving very early in the morning. I am really just looking for a good night of sleep... it feels like forever since I had one. Zzzzz.... At last check out is not until noon tomorrow. We can relax until our afternoon bus to Lithuania. ...
At first - second time blog writing in my whole travel experience :) it makes life more colorfull and hopefully could be interesting and helpful to others!
Since active travelling, all options turned to the west, as no language barrier, good climate, more or less safe environment etc. However Asia has been in a list for years to try. Now the dream comes true - for 26 days ...
... t seem to be a problem.
Getting back to cobbles, there are the standard cobbles of the revolution. These are about the size of a half loaf of bread, side faces squared off, and a rounded top. These are great to prize out of the street and lob at the police during rioting, or through car or shop windows during the aftermath. They are hell to walk on for long distances, but would certainly give one strong ankles in the long run, along with ...