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... vegetables, the styrofoam cup of take-away coffee, the cardboard around our new smartphone.
And to make it worse: in Latvia only 9% of waste is being sorted and recycled. The rest is simply landfilled, adding to the ever-growing maisbergs (a pun on the words iceberg and maisiņš, or plastic bag).
Our campaign therefore had several objectives. First, of course, we talked to producers and retailers, trying to convince them ...
... saw you dribble with your left hand!"
Janny *apologetically*: "I said that in korfball we're not allowed to bounce the ball! I never said I couldn't do it..."
By day three I was getting completely claustrophobic being locked in the big house with no windows and 10 hung-over volunteers, so I just explored some more of Rujiena on my own, and actually found Antonia's place of work: the local senior's center.
... the spanish were cooking the meal. we didn't eat until 11:30 at night. Its not a bid deal for them to eat so late, i don't understand.It wasn't the tastiest thing, but it was nice to have dinner all together.
During our stay, We checked out a snow tubing park and visited the small town center. It was fun. I got really cold (surprise) so I walked to a near by grocery store and spend around an hour inside warming up. Afterwards ...
My hostel owner in Tartu told me to get the train to Riga and that was the best way. He told me to get the train at 1020 and would arrive Riga by 3 PM, but the train actually left at 940. They changed the time. I had about 30 KG of luggage and walked 2 KM each way to the station and back and because of these 20 minutes, it messed up my whole day pretty badly. I took a bus to the border city of Valga. On the other side of Valga is Valka ...
Kids love to play and so it didn't take long for us to find out that there is a "big kids" playground not far from Tartu. About a 45 minute bus ride away, there is a high ropes course. If you don't know what a high ropes course is, it's a series of rope/wire obstacles that are performed high in the trees. You wear a harness and attach yourself to the wires while you balance and maneuver through this ...