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... the countries I was visiting (Lithuanian, Latvia, Cyprus (greek part)), which I thought was pretty reasonable. Be careful though, if I had used my mobile in the Turkish part of Cyprus (Not part of the EU) then it would have been 8 pounds per megabyte! So I went with it and used data on my phone abroad for the first time, this was a game changer as I was able to use google maps to find my way ...
... she was one of those people, as did Marion. So Alan and I set out solo.
We spent a long time on the bus, driving through the Lithuanian countryside.
The region was mainly agricultural. There were long stretches of farmlands, completely unfenced.
We passed through tiny villages consisting of just a few dozen homes. Many houses featured a little pond in their yards.
Robertas, our guide didn’t ...
... here in Klaipeda! This park is full of sculptures done from 1984 to 1986 by various artists, it was formerly a cemetery but was demolished by the Russians. It started to rain again so we had to leave and head back home. Quiet afternoon but we did a little shopping, stocking up for the bus ride to Vilnius ...
... climate plants from around the world except Australia. Plants from Africa, the USA and other countries plus a pond of carp and some red-eared slider turtles (these turtles are banned in Australia!) Then Emmanuelis and his wife Daiva and children Brigita & Gerhardas arrived, he was very excited to meet Lana for the first time! He is very tall as you can see from the photos and had some family photos for Lana to view and some ...
... his wife and their children Emmanuelis, Manfredis, Erika and Tomas. Alongside is a brick & timber shed with an upstairs living area that Manfredis sometimes lives in, he lives mainly with his father Antanas on his small farm at Plauskiniai. (Henry never lived here, the last place he lived in before going to Germany was the family farm at Sidabravas in the east of Lithuania. There is nothing left of this house except for the chimney) The house block would be about 40 metres deep by ...