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... warehouses and factories, their cultural wonders stolen and lost."With the rise of Gorbachev and his perestroika campaign the Sąjūdis movement was born in 1988 out of this underground opposition. It was also joined by freedom-sympathisers who previously would not have risked their lifes to openly endorse Lithuanian independence. In mere months what the Soviets once considered to be just another of their provincial capitals was catapulted to worldwide news ...
Clair woke me up really early at 6am. I wrote for a bit, then went down to breakfast after having everything packed up. I ate a lot of pastries, and I spilled my tea all over the place which made Sean laugh at me.
We had decided to have another rehearsal in the morning in preparation of our next destination - the World Choir Games. We sat on somewhat uncomfortable chairs without a piano to give us any notes, but it was a good rehearsal and ...
... town it drove across that same river and I remember looking at the people sitting down on the big grassy banks, enjoying the late summer sunshine. It was not what I'd pictured of Lithuania at all. It was way nicer. And the few days I spent there were a pleasant surprise.
I guess the point of this chapter - the moral of the story, if you will - is that even after three years of this, I'm still learning and appreciating, still discovering new things - and good things at that.
... way straight to St Petersburg. The journey through Poland and Lithuania was beautiful. Just miles and miles of forests and wilderness. The snow covered everything, accept for a few farms every now and then.
I arrived in Vilnius around 1830 and got to my hostel. I was feeling pretty ill by now and has come down with the flu. Nevermind. I took some medication and went out for some dinner and a few beers to watch The Arsenal game. We lost ...
... encountered a blizzard. This was fine with me because after taking 2 steps off the plane I was confident it would take me the entire 9 hour layover just to navigate the monstrous size of the airport alone. 6. I don't know if the Danish really are the happiest people in the world, but they sure are nice. There was the only airport where several people checked on me while I was napping. (I may have been on cold medication, I could ...