Liepaja Travellers Hostel
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At the moment, we are visiting family around Skoudas. I am very touched by how excited they are to meet us and welcome us to their homes. It is good to see that the lives of all the families have improved significantly since our last visit, but I did not realise how bad Lithuania was hit during the GFC. With the assistance of European Union money, things are ...
... everywhere. They build their nest on top of electricity poles and water towers, anywhere that is high up. Today in the park, we were finally able to get a photo of one of the birds in the nest! Then, on our way to visit another relative, we drove through a village called Saulekai where they had the storks in their nests on virtually every post in the road! I have since been told that they are protected and have now become a pest, eating native birds and even young ...
... andI had the duck, while Alex had tuna and they were fantastic. Monday 21 July 2014 Today Evaldus was taking us to his parents home in Skoudas, but we stopped at a museum in Rumsiskes which had a display of houses, including all the implements, found in different districts of Lithuania over the years. There were guides in each of the areas, as well as people demonstrating weaving linen tablecloths and making wood pieces ...
... morning (Renāte: "It's a festival! You can't go to sleep now!").
To make this review complete: the facilities were quite nice and well arranged. The festival terrain consists of the beach plus a bit of park, and when you exit the park on the other end, you're already in Liepaja city center. Which was very convenient: to kill some time on Saturday morning, we went shopping in the mall, strolled past the boulevard where a ...
I'd booked two nights in Liepaja as there was a lot of Soviet stuff in the surrounding area I wanted to try and find. Now I new that most if not all of it would be down gravel roads and you all know how much I hate riding on them. So too make life easier I thought about hiring a car for the day. That appears to be bit of a radical concept to Liepaja as there is only one place the hotel knew about that might rent cars. It's a big town and has a fair bit ...