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... but after doing it for so long I'm beginning to reach my tolerance threshold with it. I long to check in somewhere quiet, somewhere with a big spacious kitchen where I can spread out my **** and listen to my music (not Marley), where I can strut around at least half-naked without inducing an indecent exposure charge. Which brings me nicely back around to Lithuania.
Barring the other bags already sitting by the other bunks, my room was empty when I got there. ...
... castle artefacts. Bizarrely, the peninsula and site of the castle is dotted with old wooden cottages whose descendants were Turks of a Judaic sect who were brought from the Crimea in 1400 to serve as body guards but with only 12 families of this minority group left in Lithuania, they are a dwindling lot - however, a few current day Turks would probably be very happy to add to the dwindling numbers but I'm not sure they would take on the Judaism aspect. ...
Yes I know I haven't updated in about a month. I've had good reason. I didn't make this blog to complain or vent or be stressed out on, but since I've been writing to so many people quite frequently, I've grown tiresome of repeating myself. I'll be as brief and direct as I can as I take you down the road of my past month in Lithuania...
It all started when I was expecting two packages from home. One from Mike, one from Kim. They contained a few ...
... te comfortable. The next day we went to Trakaı whıch was the old capıtal of lıthuanıa. It has the only castle ın europe buılt on an ısland. accordıng to legend a lıthuanıan kıng brought back a group of karaıte jews to trakaı and there stıll ıs a small comunıty of them there today. We had Kıbınae whıch ıs a mıncemeat fılled roll. then back to ...
... ivory tower (read: top bunk in the corner). I was none too careful about keeping quiet when I woke up this morning. I have to admit there was a wee bit more bag shuffling, and dropping of various items, than necessary on my part :-)
For breakfast our super-cool hostel owner cooked us up some delicious waffles served up with a giant pot of nutella! Top temperature today was a magnificent zero degrees so we needed to fuel! Later in the morning we met with a local student ...
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