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... former soviet empire on this place. Sandwiched between the russian satellite state of Kalingrad and the
former soviet state of Belarussia, both places requiring expensive and
bureaucratic entry visas, Lithuania seems to be struggling to find its
way. The weather is the cold, dark, and blowing rain which tortures people before the white snow comes.
As I ran in the morning I noticed ...
... me!). After the hilk we visited the "dead"sand dune and further on climbed the live sand dune in 30 degree temps! We carried on on the spit to Nida another very popular beach resort town again with beautiful beaches. After a short stay in Nida we were back on the bus and back up the spit to the ferry and then on to Kaunas. After checking in we walked around abnd enjiyed the sights before ...
... Lithuania and particularly Vilnius during Nazi occupation. On our last night in Vilnius we decided to have some Lithuanian food in a small restaurant off the main square where many tourists and locals congregated to drink, eat and people watch. Jenny had a pork dish and I went for some sausages, pickled vegetables and potatoes. The sausages were pork, large and boiled. They repeated their flavor for another 24 hours- and I will not be back for ...
... me for my ticket, so I gave it to her. The passenger by the door blew cigarette smoke all over the place. I stepped aside about 8 feet back. She asked for my passport and I said I'm going to wait for the man to stop smoking because I am allergic to it. She asked for my passport a 2nd and 3rd time. I finally tossed it to her. She dropped it as it hit her in the hands and she already had papers in her hand and told me I can not board the bus. I thought ...
... were we stopd for a coffee.
Inside the counters were full of objects made from chockalet; ross's and
founten pens all cast and painted to look real but edible.
From there we moved on up the strip of land, passed a place that sold
buretos for the equivalent of a pound witch we set as the place we would
go for lunch and started to keep an eye out for the bridge to cross
into the island.