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... and there is a great deal of renovation going on. I have been told, however, that there is an issue in getting workers for jobs such as building and retail. These are low paid, so these young workers are travelling to England, France, Sweden and America etc as they get more money over there! Lithuania is now getting workers from Belarus to fill these ...
... they are few and far between. Still annoying however!!! Yesterday, we went to the Stone Museum in Mosedus. This was started by a geologist who carried his passion for stones to his own home. There are all sorts of stones, even some from under the sea, as well as statues and monuments all made of stone. These have been set in truly beautiful parkland and it was lovely to walk under the trees beside the stream. I have been fascinated by the white storks ...
... in Lithuania and that is not very far, about 60 Klms away. The weather was so beautiful, we went to the sea today. Unfortunately, Vente is under renovation at the moment, but it was still a beautiful place. Once they have all the buildings available, I think it will be a very interesting place to go. We had lunch in Pierkule on the way home at about 2pm, then we arrived home at about 4.30pm and Regina had a wonderful dinner ...
... br> "I don't know!"
"But what kind of music do they play? What's their genre or style..?"
"I don't know!"
"Are they like the Latvian Justin Bieber..? Or rather Justin Timberlake? Or Michael Jackson? Or Nirvana?"
"Nu.. maybe more like Justin Bieber..?"
*15 minutes later*
"This is ab-so-lute-ly nothing like Justin Bieber!!!!"
"It is nice though!"
I was quite surprised to find that almost every single ...
... many paintings on the outside too. From there we walked to the bridge over the canal which is a split bridge, but the two halves swivel in different directions! This was interesting to see although sadly it wasn't being opened at the time. Following the canal back towards the main town we cut in to Karosta Prison. This was built by the Russians as the second building of a hospital originally however it soon became clear that they also needed a military prison after ...