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... blog when it comes to partying (because it never really matters, its all the same, just drinking), BUT I will say a one word about how they party here: HARD. Too hard for me. Long story short, we didn't leave the house and get to the bars until 2:30. Being jetlagged, I was DONE at 4. I got up at one point and knew that it was time for me to leave, and Klavs walked me to my hostel. I later discovered that the cousins stayed out until 7...yep 7AM. Thats when they call ...
... we'd been so busy. We had a wander and bought our train tickets to Russia!!! This afternoon we wanted to find a large supermarket so the first person we asked said "turn to the left and ask other people". The next person we saw had just walked in a glass door at the bank, he spoke to us first asking to change some money....well, we were scammed. We changed 20 Latvian lats for 20 Lithuanian Litas. It works out we lost about £15. With all the ...
... to be at gate A2, but in order to get there, I have to be in an area that will transfer me to gate D? The ****. And I thought I was getting used to transfers. But, all went well, I’m typing this up as I’m sitting on a small propeller plane that I’m guessing seats 60 people. I managed to have a nap for a about two minutes until one of those beeps sounded, and I did one of those spastic hypnotic-jerks. The girls across the aisle got a good laugh out of that. See you soon ...
... crawl. The pub crawl left really late and come to find out the bars we went to before the club were Frank's bars and they told us Club Essential was under renovation, which was not true. They lied to us to get us to go to the club that Frank owned, which was not so great, but also not so bad. There were a lot of Russians there. I was in a 4 bed hostel with 3 Canadians and they were pretty cool. They were ...
... and seemed like I could stay for a long time and be quite happy.
We finally ended this most amazing and eye opening experience by enjoying the wonderful “Black Magic” brew, at a local bar where one of her friends works. I drank the "Black Magic" brew in a drink with black currant juice, emulating the custom of the Riganites, before calling it a night.
This was a truly personal and intimate look at the real Latvian life and I was most honored to have been welcomed into ...
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