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... could see to the north and south, water to the east and west.
Once back at Preila, I continued on the track. I was riding at a faiirly leisurely pace but I think being on a bike with 29" wheels meant I was going faster than what I would normally
expect given my rate of pedalling. Just after Preila, I stopped in the pine forest and just listened to the serenity. I can't explain why, but the sound of wind in pine trees would have to be one of ...
... to the apartment. It was just as well she did meet me as I doubt I would've been able to find it myself. It is on the top floor...actually its the attic...of an apartment block just off the main street in the town. A very nice apartment and for the first time in 3 weeks I won't be sleeping in a single bed (bunk or otherwise!).
After taking in my digs for the next couple of days, I went out to explore the town. ...
... animal furs tacked to the wall, wooden wagon wheels placed strategically inside and out, and a rustic atmosphere throughout.
We were told the food was authentically Lithuanian: a little glass containing light goat cheese with honey, followed by a plate loaded with two potato pancakes, a potato dumpling filled with pork sausage, and a small serving of pork, onion and oil.
I didn't ask for a calorie count, but it must have been pretty ...
AM - Well this has been a very quiet day for us all, except for Henris occasional yells. Went with Tomas and Monika (without Henris) to the Evangelical Lutheran church this morning, hmmm, prefer the Catholic Church as the sermon is shorter. PM - Then we had brunch at a restaurant followed by a walk in ...
... his wife and their children Emmanuelis, Manfredis, Erika and Tomas. Alongside is a brick & timber shed with an upstairs living area that Manfredis sometimes lives in, he lives mainly with his father Antanas on his small farm at Plauskiniai. (Henry never lived here, the last place he lived in before going to Germany was the family farm at Sidabravas in the east of Lithuania. There is nothing left of this house except for the chimney) The house block would be about 40 metres deep by ...