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... themed. It was set up to look like a dungeon, especially the downstairs section. Old books, typewriters and apothecary type implements lined the walls; chandeliers hung from the ceilings, each table had a candle lit, and the staff walked around in costume. Yes, an incredibly touristy place, but also really kind of awesome. I pumped some more caffeine in my system to make up for the lack of sleep and set out again.
Just next to the Freedom Monument, there was a giant ...
... Saturday morning market adventure before, but I was sorry mistaken. This market was pure happiness in the form of smells, tastes, languages and colors. The people of Riga moved through the entire leafy, tulip-covered courtyard slowly, stopping to taste, chat and take a seat. The pace remained easygoing all morning - rushing was not a part of this Latvian scene. I tried everything from herbed cheese, to Latvian lemons, to OSTRICH meat. I chatted up a jolly old man ...
... local beer and their special garlic bread - nothing like we are use to but delicious. Spotting a few interesting caves earlier in the visitors centre, that are on the outskirts of town so we headed off. A small walk brought us to the little devils cave, being16m long and it is said this is where he lived and if you go there at midnight you can see him riding a horse with 7 heads. Kate wouldn't go to the end of course even with her trusty head ...
... to speak Latvian and see their reactions which were full of smiles.
The fish that I ordered for dinner was an entire fish with the eyes and all of its parts and to me, it was so beautiful and it reminded me that in Spain, someone told me that if anyone serves you a whole fish, it means that it is the start of something fresh and new which was quite ironic because I was just starting my journey!
After dinner, we went to a Rock n' Roll bar which was Liva's favorite ...
... for men only to be on the beach and a different color for women only to be on the beach. Of course the men would try to sneak down to the beach during the women's bathing period and would be arrested and not allowed to come back to the beach even during the men's time. So the men got creative and would hire the fishermen to take them out in their boats during ...
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