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Wednesday 19th Sept
Had another lazy travel day again today. Woke up around 10, packed my stuff, had a skype and headed out. First I found a tourist office to buy my bus ticket to Riga (as the online version didn't want to accept my cards) and then went back to the delicious pancake place for honey and banana pancakes for breaky mmm... From here I walked to the nearest tram ...
... some of the buildings, which have local lore and can probably be seen on an ordinary tour, we came to an amateur, improvisational theater, where local people enjoy simple shows and nights of open mic and performances. Like children, we snuck into the closed theater so I could look in as I explained to my new friend about my own interest in performing and the type of theaters I have worked in and how they are similar.
We next stopped into a local café known ...
The last days of freedom they call it and what do they do with these last days? They organize a trip to Riga. And here in Riga they dress up in something utterly stupid and then they get ******....stag parties... One of the new traditions is to go abroad ...
After a pub crawl, don't remember too much of it, about five guys in my hostel got robbed by the police.
One of them, I traveled with him up to Warsaw, got robbed, assaulted, spent the night in jail, and fined, just for being drunk on the street walking back to the hostel.
Another guy, whom I ran into in Istanbul also got robbed.
So, **** the police.
... track, taking in the fish section of the Central Market (the largest covered market in Europe), Little Moscow, the Thieves’ Market (no photos allowed and pretty much anything - bar Phoebe’s much-sought after camera charger - for sale), a hot chocolate stop which served basically thick, melted chocolate in a cup and the 26th floor bar of a hotel which offers great views over the city.
Throw in the picturesque Old Town and it all adds up to a very ...