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... stage had bought a sarong, the subject of much humour thereafter.
As the guys had apple pie for dessert, I tried the mead. It did say 75% alcohol on the menu. It tasted like paint stripper though may be insulting paint stripper. I had thought the black balsam in Latvia tasted bad but it was like ambrosia compared to this stuff. The others were amused at my struggle to down it.
A bit of rain on the return trip, somebody telling Tony ...
... through a lot of hijo de *****s before we could actually get round to the dancing.
The next morning, Jette and I tried to battle our hangover with some culture at a local photography gallery. Disappointingly, it only had something like 10 pictures on show, so we had plenty of time for a nice hangover coffee in one of her favourite bars before I had to go catch my bus back to home sweet home Riga.
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... Virginia). Kathy and I visited the farmer's market in the town square, and then joined the guys for pizza and Prosecco in an outside restaurant area nearby. A perfect day except for the thunderstorm which occurred while eating and drinking, so we just covered up with blankets and continued to eat and drink. What else!! Tonight was the opening reception and we met all of ...
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Crossing the Latvian border was a relief, this feeling was compounded by the ease that we crossed the border, a cursory look at our passport, a stamp, a welcome and we were over the border. It was a bit of a change from Russia. We could now settle down for some sleep. We were woken briefly at the Lithuanian border without the guards even glancing at our passports. We woke as we arrived into sleepy Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. It's not a big city by any means but one full of ...