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... Then on the train to Russia a women from St. Petersburg is curious as to what I'm doing here. I ask her about the boarder control and how it works as I'm cutting it a bit fine with the start date. My visa starts on the 2nd December and I cross the boarder about 1.00am on that day. Hopefully the time difference won't cause any problems, although I've checked the schedule and I should be fine. First, the Latvian passport control woman comes round in uniform ...
... with signets that bite, pumpkins in the garden and blooming flowers,,, oh and a raspberry bush with ripe fruit on it.
Rita had ankle-biter dogs which were harmless. The other dogs of town barked your progress at every turn so there was no peaceful little walk to the cemetery.
On our free day I set off alone and walked through the forest to two different lakes, given some directions from locals in broken Russia and Lithuanian, where I could meditate and relax without ...
... kms to pass through the border. Athough it is an open border only noted by the sign.
Just by chance the largest Rock Festival in Lithuania is taking place this weekend behind the village so we had a wander around. It was all very laid back and friendly. We didn't stay but they were happy for us to just wander in without paying whilst the security kept an eye on the motorbike.
The campsite ...
... has a long history in Lithuania and bees hold some significance – a key example of this is that Lithuanians use different words for birth and death to distinguish whether they are referring to humans or animals; bees are allocated the same words as humans and when something significant happens in the family (wedding, birth, death etc.) the bees have to be told… too cute! I decided to take advantage of the downtime so I stayed home and read my book, but Anthony ...
Zarasai has an annual Nights of Rock festival on the island. The summerhouse we were staying in is opposite the bridge to the island, so we had the benefit of the music from the closing acts on Saturday night, drifting across the lake to us.
In the morning, we took our swimming costumes and wandered across to the island, unaware at that time, of quite how large the festival had been. There were tired looking Rockers everywhere. A sea of pod-like tents covered the hillside and a ...
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