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... after buying our tickets were beckoned by the conductor to ensure we got on and got a seat! The journey was very pleasant; relaxed and slow with the smell of burning coal. We were even treated to some traditional Latvian singing by the ladies from Jurmala. At the end of the line we enjoyed watching the driving carriage turn around and then clean itself out. Unfortunately the journey back was shared with some smelly teenagers but it was fine really. The train ...
Hi friends, The day has come to leave my beautiful Riga, for now. While nothing could possibly top my Shakespeare murder-by-ballerina-to-terrifying-symph ony-music ballet experience, my Latvian wanderings over the last 2 days do come close. On Sunday, I wandered through the ginormous Riga Market Centraligus, which was set up in and around 5 humongous, beautifully structured airplane hangars! Although I'm sure that extensive shopping is backpacker nono número uno, I ...
... feeling very very naked underneath our white robes. Naturally, my masseuse spoke no more English that "lie down here" and "massage is over", but it is actually quite relaxing not having to talk.
After our thorough back massages, and a tea in a hanging chair (no view though), we retreated into the Salt Cave. "A salt cave?" you ask, "what the hell is a salt cave??" Well, we didn't know either, which is why we wanted to try it out. Basically, it's a (not ...
Waking up to the sun shining we were looking forward to a stroll on the beach together, but unfortunately Kate was feeling terrible. So I tucked her in and set off on my own and let her sleep it off, and to give her some quiet time. Jurmala is definitely were the rich Latvians live so different to what we had seen yesterday, huge houses and luxury apartments. Pedestrianised street with plenty of swanky restaurants, with ...
Arriving back in Riga, we were met by Aivars' son and daughter in law who graciously had offered to drive us out to Ile, where Ilze and Aivars live. They're renovating an old store into their country home. Ilze has many beautiful flower beds and she is gradually planting trees,shrubs and more flowers, in addition to a large vegetable garden. They have a small ...