Address: Medzabaki 2, Lilaste, 2163, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lilaste

Of Song and Dance

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jun 01, 2014

10 photos

... young Latvians singing traditional lyrics, accompanied by traditional instruments such as kokle (a guitar/harp), recorder, accordion, bagpipes - but writing their own (improvised) melodies and adding modern instruments - electric guitars, violin, drums, djembé, and even electronic mixing equipment.

One of our homo ecos: volunteers plays in a 10-headed band called Vecpilsētas Dziedātāji (Oldtown Singers, more shameless ...


A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 01, 2014

30 photos

... to drink beer with, sing "kumbayah", and roast marshmellows around a camp fire. Minus the beer, because "Brussels" does not approve of alcohol.

Gingerbread houses

"Brussels" invited me, 13 other EVS'ers and their mentors to the small town of Ķegums, where we spent five days in a holiday resort on the bank of the Ķeguma HES ūdenskrātuve (reservoir). Seven luxury bungalows and the enormous central house had been rented ...

Sunflowers at the End of the Journey

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 20, 2013

1 photo

... something to keep that was from Minnesota. For our classes that we will teach, we have a homeroom that we will see everyday, two times a day and for each homeroom, we have to choose a state that represents us and I chose my home state, Minnesota. While I was at the shop, the woman behind the counter commented on my long skirt and how comfortable it looked and after talking with her for awhile and saying our goodbyes, she shouted, "Happy flowing!" I nearly fell ...

Roaming Riga

A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jul 25, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

... so as usual we got some photos. This really set the scene for the rest of our time in the city; we walked around looking at the various buildings, statues and things and took photos of them.

The day before we had noticed a crane that was holding what looked like a table with people sitting at it. Of course we thought this was a cool bar and we wanted to have a go, a nice drink with a view. When we got there we ...

The Road To Riga

A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 15, 2011

38 photos

... 4 hour ride, but, when I pulled a lever on the side of my seat, trying to recline, I found that my seat pivoted away from the center giving me more room and comfort.

On the bus, I was quite comfortable except that the girl sitting next to me insisted on putting her feet up on the table and some American girls in the seats at the very back, were behaving quite loudly and boisterously, screaming every time the bus turned and then, there was an Italian woman sitting ...