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... yet. And I had my first S. African dish at Cozy, a cozy little place. It's the national dish called Bobotie and was the first spicy dish of the trip. I forgot how much I miss spicy food!
But the reason that we'll always look back at Vilnius with fondness is that we stumbled onto the Lindy Hop Club Night at the Tamsta Club. It was a recommended bar in the guide for its live music. There was a small line and ...
Well, we have sorted out how we are getting out of Vilnius. We had seen a travel agency with a model of a Qantas jet in our travels on Saturday and Sarina managed to take us back there this morning which impressed Alex! tha travel Agent was very good and he explored all the options for us and we discovered the simplest and most cost effective way of leaving was by flying to Krakow. It was cheaper to go Vilnius via a stop in Warsaw, then on to Krakow, rather than just flying Vilnius ...
... and wooden and brightly painted. Their tradition was to have three windows on the front of the house. One window would be for them, and blast if I can remember now what my guide said about the other two windows in the front. I'll have to think about that one for awhile. The Karaims might have been of Turkish descent originally but they practiced a very old form ...
... afternoon to explore so cheated and took the funicular to the castle to see the view then walked to the museum of genocide victims also known as the KGB museum. We then wandered till we could walk no more. Being Sunday most exhibits closed at 500.. But then again it was 32 degrees today which was probably more than that down in amongst the old buildings. A good day despite the heat and ...
... breakfast and wandered around parts of the old town before driving out to Uzupis, a town who proclaim to be their own republic. We thought it would be much like Christiania in Denmark, it was remarkably different. it was quiet and looked like any other part of the city, the only sign of anything unusual, was a bar flying a different flag, and a few commerative plaques on a wall with the constitution on them.