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... there and join him. Whilst we were all on the stage Johannas was busy chatting up this girl. Mark and I on the other hand were talking to these three Belarusian girls. I got talking to one of them. Her name was Yana, she was really nice and sweet. They were all really nice really but I suppose I was talking to Yana the most. Mark and I danced with them for an hour or so before we decided to head back towards our hostel but pop into Sorrento so see what was happening in there. ...
... has the right to look after a dog till one or the other dies. A dog has the right to be a dog. A cat is not obliged to love its master, but it must help him in difficult times. Everyone has the right to sometimes be unaware of his duties. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not a duty. Everyone has the right to be happy. Everyone has the right to be unhappy. Everyone has the right to be silent. Everyone has the right to have ...
... all the new people try to pronounce things or be shocked by what they ordered. When we walked back towards the stations, we passed a festival with polka music being played. After craning our necks for a while, Katie gave me the push I needed to go check it out. Much like the Uzgavenes festival in Vilnius, there was plenty of art, food, masks, music, and dancing. After filming the band on stage for a few minutes, I thought I recognized ...
... were only 7 years without a war in the 1600s, 8 years in the 1700s, and so on.
The second is that the Baltic countries were the last in Europe to embrace Christianity - Lithuania as late as 1387. Before that they were essentiallty pagan countries - with any number of gods that were worshipped for all sorts of reasons.
Consequently, the Baltic states are big on folk songs and dancing. Whenever any significant event ...
... presidential palace, and then up the bell tower of a church for great views over the city. Luck must have been on our side as although it was raining when we entered the tower, the sun had come through the clouds by the time we had climbed all of the wooden stairs to the top. Wandering on the outskirts of old town we learned about a local graffiti artist who uses the tag "Solomon" and who is disliked by the residents enough that they have ...