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... has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents.
31. Everyone may be independent.
32. Everyone is responsible for their freedom.
33. Everyone has the right to cry.
34. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood.
35. No one has the right to make another person guilty.
36. Everyone has the right to be individual.
37. Everyone has the right to have no rights.
38. Everyone has the right to not to be afraid.
Do not defeat.
Do not ...
... headed down to the beach area of the large lake adjacent the historic village to have a swim, but no, the water was full of blue green algae, no swimming here! But Lana and I were grateful for Giedre's botanical lessons throughout the day, I saw Horsetail for the first time, an oak tree with acorns and a wild strawberry! Also saw a hazelnut tree with nuts and so many others I have now forgotten, an amazing ...
So, arrived in Vilnius Lithuania a couple of days ago and after a very uninspiring walk from the train station to my hostel, including up and down a very unnecessary hill, I slept for most of the day. After a good eight hours sleep (taking me to 7 in the evening), it was time for a little walk around. Initial verdict is that this place is amazing. The buildings are really beautiful, the women are stunning - amazingly beautiful and fantastically well dressed, a bit like ...
... had that settled - TOUR TIME!
First though, there's this steep hill just outside of Old Town with three crosses on it that promised a great view of the city. And when I say steep, I mean steep. There were tons of wooden stairs we had to climb up to get there, and it seemed like every 10th one or so was broken. On the one hand, it broke up the monotony. On the other hand, death. When we got there though, you could see the whole city and the view ...
... tracks that we have taken but, instead of 6 days of relative comfort, these people had to endure weeks of not knowing where they were going or why they were going, cooped up in cattle wagons. Some Partisans kept fighting until 1953 in the hope that the West would bring independence to their country.
This REALLY brings home how fortunate we are to live Australia in this day and age.