Address: Lienes 43, Jurmala, Latvia | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Keep up, students!


      Of course, we were not the only ones hunting for mushrooms, although it was pretty quiet in our patch of forest. But in many places we would find little mushroom graveyards, where some expert mushroomer had already cut the best mushrooms and dismissed the rest.

      You see, sadly, the worms also know which mushroom taste the best. So many mushrooms that look pretty tasty from the outside are ...

      Further north to Latvia

      A travel blog entry by haydos2014 on Jul 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... on the hill for lost rebellion soldiers, as a memorial. Over the years more than one hundred thousand crosses of all sorts have been collected there. It would be kind of creepy at night I guess. We left, but not before we left our own mark. Yep.. If you visit you may just come across our own little mark of respect. (See the photos) We arrived in Riga after what seemed like an eternity stopped at ...

      What's my Name (Day)?

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... adopt a Latvian each, and to give them a new name.

      Name Boggle

      My biggest problem here in Latvia, you see, is the utter and complete absence of original names. Simply put: all Latvians are called the same.

      After almost three months in Riga, I now know 4 Anna's, 3 Valters, 2 Daces, 3 Agneses, and at least 6 Zanes. And then there's the Santa's and Sanita's; Anete's and Anita's; Gunita's and Agita's; Marta's and Māra's. I can't help but ...

      105 km/h in a Bobsled

      A travel blog entry by outofthegu on Mar 19, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... We put on our helmets and got into position. Our safety briefing went as follows..."Try not to lean back, keep your head and neck strong, okay?" Our bobsled started moving towards the starting line, we expected it to stop there before going down. We were wrong, before we had chance to prepare to be scared, we were suddenly on our way...

      The whole ride was amazing!!!! It was freezing cold, but reaching speeds of 105 kmph and 4Gs didn't leave much ...

      My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

      ... we had been there for about an hour already. Again, the customs agents asked where our stuff was. We stood up and showed him it was under our seat and he just asked us to leave the cabin so he could check the other two men. He never looked at our items but unpacked everything the other two men had. Finally they were through with our carriage and they have this inspection down to a science because almost all the customs agents exited the train at the ...