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... a collective farm. It was open so we could look inside but there didn’t seem to be any mill stones in place and no sign of them anywhere around. My lot couldn’t work out just where they should be situated in the mill. There is a group of old mill further on with bus loads of people clambering about them, we were glad we’d had one to ourselves.Finally, before reaching the ferry terminal for the ferry to Hiiumaa (double a again and i this time), ...
... is a lot smaller than I expected and it doesn't take long for me to thoroughly explore and move on. It's still early in day- now what to do? Most of the landscape is gently rolling farmlands and forests so not too much to see driving.
I head back down to Kaunas- Lithuania's second largest city. I passed through here on the way to the festival and it has some sites I can check out.
I spend the better part of the ...
... our our last 20 zloty (£10) or a credit card. After much huffing, the officer told us just to go !!! Fortunately we are old hands at this racket, having had similar in Turkey, Greece etc, so kept our cool. Time to leave Poland and head off to Lithuania by overnight bus. Noted a sharp weather change as we neared northern Poland- and snow !! 5.30am found us finally at Kaunas bus station, a dusting of snow and sheet ...
... does not even drink the local tap water, causing her 'problems'. She's a problem with her nattering about things inconsequential. Another Lithuanian basketball game was on the restaurant telly. Had to laugh at Richard using a knife and fork on a hollowed out rye bread doubling as a soup bowl. It was a cheap meal compared to last night .
Grabbed an ice cream on the way back [2.09] and tended to email, pix and blog completion before 2300 bagging.
... shot glasses, so I got one for him.
We had to head right back to the hotel after Emily and Cosette had grabbed their hotdogs. I munched on my pastries. I did stop along the way to grab an iced coffee called 'icy spicy' that was interesting but not as hot as I expected it to be.
Then it was right onto the bus for an hour and a half drive to the capital - Vilnius.