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... miles and miles around the place. To the beach, the marina, the 'old town', the shops, the 'market square'...and I saw nothing to lift my spirits. I also saw nothing to eat in and had to ask in a cake shop where the restaurants were. The woman came from behind the counter and lead me along the road to what must be one of only a few restaurants in the town.
We detoured through Lapmežciems, an area renowned for its smoked fish industry, but sadly it must be the wrong time of year as all was closed. There are some lovely lake views here however, and the beaches are beautiful. Who knew the Baltic beaches have such white sand?
Traveling on the job. For most twenty-somethings, it's one of the coolest perks in their contract. For most fifty-somethings, it's one of the most annoying chores in the their contract.
I wouldn't really know. The farthest I ever traveled on the job was Amersfoort...
Until now! This week, Anna and I were tasked with inspiring and educating a bunch of European youths, who had gathered in the beautiful city ...
... seems to have an irridescent glow. The effect is quite mesmerising and I would happily ride through this landscape for days on end.
After spending a few days in Riga, a very beautiful old city occasionally interrupted by monstrous yet curious Soviet relics, we made it to the coast and spent the next few days fighting our way south against a ...
... and he lives in Corinda - basically down the street from where I lived! - small world.
Ventspils is a fairly popular tourist spot for the locals and is also a major port for oil from Russia. Around the city is a large amount of parks with many novely oversided statues. Apart from relaxing on the beach and wandering the different parks I didn't do too much here.