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... celebrations from the locals and one guy even buying everyone in the bar a shot. We spent the remainder of the game praying for more goals! The game finished 1-0 and we then made a hasty escape before the karaoke began!
The following day was our last in Vilnius. We spent the day generally walking round the Old Town, discovered what appeared to be an abandoned church and also revisited the Republic of Uzupis. We had to move hostel as we hadn’t ...
Briefly back into Vilnius Cathedral and then carried on for about 1.5k to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. This was truly baroque run wild. Some of the artistry is pagan. A boat-shaped chandelier harkened to St Peter as a fisherman. The longer I was there, the less I liked the overall effect as your eye cannot focus on anything due to the over the top baroque details.
Left there about 1500. Heather was coming in so gave her my review ...
... rain from yesterday continued, but my clothes were already wet so it didn't matter - in fact I hardly noticed it. I wasn't sure what the petrol situation would be in Lithuania - particularly being a Sunday - so I filled up at two towns before the border just in case, only 60km apart. It turned out to be entirely unnecessary, once I crossed the border there were open petrol stations everywhere. I made my way into Kaunas, where I wanted to visit ...
... t heading for me, but I'd seen enough. I made like I'd taken a wrong turn, spun around and headed back south to the river without looking like I was rushing.
Having been where I've been, sometimes I almost think I can go anywhere and do anything, then I remember that I probably shouldn't. It's an empowering feeling to be able to walk around foreign cities and not be intimidated by any of it, but there are always limits. In reality I probably would have been fine ...
... the seat are actually designed to be beds at night. Buses however are very different. I have had them as comfortable as a first class aircraft seat and of course the sleeper busses in Asia. The 4 ½ hour trip to Vilnius was no different. This time even a fairly large table in front of me had space for the laptop and a sleepy head. At first I wanted to by-pass Vilnius as I ...