Travel Blogs from Zarasai
... 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 ...
... visit the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant. This plant is the largest nuclear power plant in the world and holds the record for the largest power output in a single year. It houses the same reactor type as was used in Chernobyl and has been decommissioned as part of Lithuania's entry into the EU.
The owners of the home must have taken the demolition of last night’s dinner as a challenge because they served s so much food on our last night that even Anthony ...
... was being dismantled below a small village of mobile food stalls.
The leather-clad, hardened Rockers, who had been bopping to thrash metal all night, had stripped off their Metallica T-shirts and gone for a dip in the lake, tattoos glistening in the sun. Several, in that wild and nihilistic way, that Rockers have, were using their death metal air-beds as make-shift lilos, whilst trying not to let any spiky body piercings actually puncture them.
We watched two lads for ...
... there, trying to look intelligent, and understanding nothing of the conversation in Lithuanian. They must have made us out to be complete charity cases, because the next thing I got, was that the local they had accosted, was willing to offer us use of her summer house, providing we had our own bedding (which we did). Her name was Virginia, and she lives in Leeds with her English husband.
... in accordance with modern way of living all over the world. Even if Visaginas were no toddler of a town, a church whose construction works began in 1995 and were completed in 2001 would be a modern building by all accounts, with streamlined shape and architectural imagination put to sleep during its designing. Times when churches were built to be a testimony to grandeur and cultural achievements of their age were ...
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