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... called as well "Dyneburg", in Latvia . I decided to do the trip towards the Russian border in two half stretches, instead of one long one.
Yesterday I booked this "Hotel Erfolg", (strange Name?) over the internet for 10 euros.
Now I am waiting in their so called hotel ...
The customs officer just laughed at us and asked if we knew what the Russian roads were like and how far it was to Mongolia. He then told his mate we were going to Mongolia and they both laughed. Been here 50 mins so far and hoping to get through shortly. Update: border control took 3 hours and finding car insurance took 2 and a half hours (we eventually got it from a guy sitting at a table in a cafe just over the border and don't have the first clue what the Russian policy ...
... halfway through but I'd solve the problem by then) 2. No AC on the entire train - it was 30degrees when we left Vilnius and our cabin didn't have windows that would open 3. The oldest, slowest train in the world - 14 hours total travel time (compared to 3 hours that the Finnish Helsinki express takes) 4. Wasting time in Latvia - one hour stop to add carriages (5 minutes to add carriages and 55 minutes sitting ...
A time to rest and hang out in a national park full of lakes and woods. We stayed in a homestay on a lake. We would just sit on the lake and read and jump in, watch the swan family. The ladies were great cooks and we ate a ton. Soups and pancakes and jam and cake. We went kayaking through the lakes with a great old guide named Edmundas who produced ...
I've finally made it far enough off the beaten track to escape from the tourist trail, which was getting a bit tiring (although I was part of it!). In Lithuania McDonald's (I know I shouldn't have gone in there!) I talk to a guy from Minsk who has hitch-hiked over to Vilnius to watch a band that aren't allowed to play in Belarus because he says they are the 'last dictatorship of Europe' and the band are pro-democracy. He's also a referee in the third division of ...