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... be all that fascinating, and it’s not all that big either compared to others formed by the same cosmic event.Yes, it’s a meteorite crater. Only about 3500-5000 years old, so a fairly modern one at that. It’s 110m across and 22m deep. There is a small lake in the bottom that wasn’t at all attractive being quite stagnant green slimy water, YUK!. It seems it’s much more shallow than normal, they have had quite a hot, dry spell, and ...
... tour around the country. I head up north to the Hill of Crosses. Considered a holy site crosses have been placed on this hill since the 14th century. More recently they have become the sign of the enduring hope of the people. During the communist times the Soviet's would constantly bulldoze the site but each night locals would sneak out and set up new crosses to commemorate loved ones or as devotional tools.
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We walked around the old town, which as usual was beautiful. Whilst enjoying the local culture tho the funniest thing was when Dimitri, who liked a local beer, went into a shop, and being Russian, asked in English,, can I have your best local Latvian beer?
Now I'm not bright but hey!
We went back to the bikes and Vilnius get ...
Due to a combination of good information from the tourist office, the internet, a concerned bus driver, and a huge dose of good luck, we arrived into Lithuania yesterday afternoon. We'd decided to get a bus from Mikolajki at 0750, taking with us the packed breakfast made by our lovely B&B hosts. We expected to change buses twice, stay overnight in Suwalki, near the Polish border, and then continue to Kaunas today.
... often raised the children. Now there is a two year maternity program [at effectively 50% pay].
Saw a deer running through a farmer's fields. You also see the occasional pagan symbol on crosses. Lithuania was the last part of Europe to convert to Christianity. Timber and fertilizer are two big exports.
The Soviet Union gave extra money to the Baltic states in bygone days. Estonia and Latvia invested the money in roads; Lithuania, ...