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As we went to Kaunas, having stopped for fuel, and having chatted to both Andrei and Dimitri, it looked like were going to have fun.
It rained really hard while we stopped at the gas station, and we decided it probably was best we visited during the summer.
We got to Kaunas and the sun decided to come out, we seemed to have lost our personal black ...
... 3.25 bus which cost 5.50 Eu so same prices as the train getting here. It was an old bus with sealed windows and no vents or A/C. It was a boiling hour and a half ride back.
We went instead to the Tatar Mosque which is at the end of a city park a short walk from the station. There are only four Mosques in Lithuania, the other three are made of timber, this is the only stone Mosque.
... the street and restaurant the people watching commenced.
The people here are beautiful.
The women and men are all quiet attractive.
There was only 1 girl under 50 that weighed more than I did but none were anorexic.
There was no orange fake tans, or too much make up.
The girls all had beautiful long hair, the boys well clipped, clean clothes and hair and only the odd leisure wear.
Going to be honest, we were expecting more the Polish ...
... We had heard this story before, pretty much everywhere. Originally built in the early 20th century, the church was gloriously restored in white in the 1990s. We took an elevator to the top and took in breathtaking panoramic views of Kaunas, except for the remains of the Soviet radio factory still standing next door.
We got back in the van and headed past Kaunas sea to a monastery that had already closed. Our ...