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... day as we drove back into Latvia. This time to a guesthouse in Sigulda in the Gauja National Park. Enroute we passed through a lot of farming country. Endless kilometres of grain plantings just coming through the soil, so I am assuming this rain would be very welcome. ...
... sure what was meant by this but it was both interesting and creepy. I also liked the ‘bronze pig’ statue outside one of the main meat markets, which was supposed to symbolize where pork came from. One side of the statue had the date of St. Anthony’s day, who was a saint associated with pigs, and the other side had the following poem written on it:
"Stop, my friend, behold your brother
See how he does not fuss ...
... We first walked past the Emajoe [mother] River. She pointed out the Stone Bridge as 'another marvelous example of Soviet architecture, a common complaint worldwide about the lack of communist flair.
We continued into the town square. There were not many people around which was nice. I spent as much time taking pictures as listening to Marillee. She was reminding me, Michelle and Angela, of our Uzbek guide who gave way too much ...
... I might have had back in the states. When it comes to dressing rooms or saunas everyone does everything NAKED! I cant understand, but I guess it's just their way of life. I guess I've kind of gotten used to it now though, because I found myself changing in front of everyone as well. I guess it's not a big deal, I've just never seen so many naked grandmas in my life!! Ha ha
Anyways, so swimming practice started and I loved it. It was a great ...
... English, but try everyday. It really does make a difference if you work hard daily. I am planning to do that with Russian, because I want to improve. The night ended with a Turkish cuisine for dinner. Kabob was the name of it. Pretty tasty, but greasy too, so I didn't eat it all. I can now cross that off my list of things to try! :) Tomorrow I have a meeting for the Russian trip in April, as well as boxing. I'm looking forward to ...