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Back in Vilnius, I made my way back to the Home made House hostel where I stayed before and rung the doorbell a few times but no-one answered. Figuring Renata was out on an errand, I sat on the step for a while. After 15 minutes or so, an American guest turned up and let me in, but Renata showed up just a few minutes later. We sat and talked for a while about my trip to the Curonian Spit and we were soon joined by other guests coming back for the evening. It was a fun ...
... Ataturk Dam--of small villages being swept away in the name of progress.
Pazaislis Monastery had nice grounds and an even nicer brochure. The church's Baroque interior was muted re the colours. The marble for many columns was a red-streaked cream combination; others, pure black. The catacombs were literally cool. Simona gave a description inside the church but left no time to explore it on one's own. Cybil thought she was alone and took a photo even ...
... filled with meat - which were OK but I'd probably not have them again - and we all sat around and joked about politically incorrect topics at a volume everyone in the restaurant could hear. The Kiwi girl told a story about how she'd booked a bus online, gotten on the wrong bus and the bus driver didn't check her ticket. She only realised she was on the wrong bus when it was half way to the wrong country, where she had to get off the bus and wait ...
... Jews from Minsk by the Nazis on 2 March 1942. At the end of the tour we called back to our hotel for a quick coffee break before travelling to the Belarus / Lithuanian border. Even though it is the main road to the border it was a very bumpy ride. Did I mention that the trees are starting to change colour? Crossing the border was quite slow as they were checking us out of both Russia and Belarus and then ...
... Well..a big whoopee to that.!!
After their independence the wise Lithuanians quickly decided to join the EU and the NATO Pact and rely on Europe instead.
During the walk we left Lithuania, across a bridge and into the (tongue in cheek) republic of Uzupoi. I would like to draw your attention to the bridge first (see picture) as I noticed something I had noticed earlier on in Moscow and later in St Petersburg as well.
Many couples who ...