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... jams and honey, pancakes from cottage cheese ( much nicer than the cheese we have) tomato, and Annas yummy home squeezed apple juice. I find it difficult to be waited on in a home situation and soon we are in the kitchen helping and swopping notes. Anna understands english well and speaks some but Iggy while he understands at times doesn't speak much...though a few days later in the evening after many beers and Latvian liqueur we all thought our Latvian and Iggy's ...
... endangered and oppressed, I feel the need to loudly speak out for the Human Right to Cycle!
Luckily, I am not alone. Last September, a group called "Let's Bike It" held an eye-catching protest showing how much space a bike saves compared to a car by dressing cyclists up as automobiles. (For some reason, however, the event only caught the eye of the international press a full month ...
Sarina still was not well this morning, but insisted that she wanted to see something of Riga, so we went out after breakfast as it was cool and overcast, but fine. Of course, because she wasn't well, we had to deal with a cranky Sarina, but we could cope with that. Alex wanted to go to the top of St Peters Church tower as they have a lift going up. We did that and had a lovely bird's eye ...
... ve been too shy to randomly blunder into an open practice session. So if anyone knows any groups that are looking for inexperienced Dutch dancers, or knows somebody who needs a partner, let me know!
Last but not least are the choirs. Usually, they consist of 10 to 20 little boys and girls, that produce something that their parents must think is incredibly cute, but that in all honestly isn't very pleasing to the ears. The ...
I live in a mansion in the most expensive street of Riga.
Don't worry, it's not mine. Anna and I finally settled down in our new apartment, and it's not entirely what either of us had expected.
Instead of renting a Soviet-era apartment with steel doors, a mouldy bath, chipping paint and a shower in the kitchen, moderately close to the office and very far from the city center, we took two rooms with a landlady and a hysterical dog. Let me tell you ...