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... miserable. Like in Tallinn, a lot of the younger generation are leaving to make a better living elsewhere.
The timing worked out well to join the Art Nouveau tour but I was the only one interested so the guide did the Old Town tour first then gave me a private Art Nouveau tour afterwards. I would've liked to join the 1st tour ...
... containers etc. We had a lot of fun looking around this market and were fascinated by old ladies doing stock takes by hand of their piles of junk. Getting hungry we walked through the huge central market which was filled with fruit stalls and ate so many strawberries and watermelon as well as bakery snacks. Then we found this hidden restaurant in the old town where we paid 3 euro for a massive plate of lunch and soup which made us very happy! We walked out of the touristy ...
... as much as I enjoyed them. Oh, did I mention it was free?
I walk back across the bridge to the hotel and I try to call Cianan without success. He and I meet up tomorrow morning in Copenhagen just thirteen hours from now. I’m psyched. We’ll have the rest of tomorrow plus an overnight and then most of Monday before our ship sails and this journey begins anew.
Be glad you weren’t raised in Latvia or Lithuania. It wasn’t easy ...
... the dutch people like finding amusement in quirkiness - so when I would tell him my various theories on people and things, he would always be very amused. We spent a lot of time laughing at the situation we were in - all the while, laughing together at how Raj was on an obvious mission to pick up blonde Latvian women. I think Raj found this annoying - he was pursuing various women the whole night, while Tom and I stood back and laughed at our situation ...
... old Latvia.
It was a great day of sightseeing and exploration of Latvia. Everyone has things they look forward to when visiting a new place, but what I experienced today would satisfy everyone and leave you wanting a little more. More time to explore, more places to visit, more interactions with the local people. Today was a true 'travel" day, not a touristy day. There is a ...