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... the ground. A taxi driver barked at us and woke a colleague who took us to our hotel. For a paltry £20 we were able to get access to our room early and a little rejuvenating kip. Each bus/ trolleybus ride here costs a flat 70cents (50p), so we headed in to the Old town- worth seeing but not worth travelling out of your way to reach. The buses generally appear to be driven by sour faced, middle aged women during ...
... down heavier, we dived for shelter under a canopy, before continuing on to the bus station where we were informed there was a market. The further we walked, the more soaked we got, and we both got to the point where we didn't care how wet we were anymore. Although that didn't stop us trying to avoid the huge splash created by the cars as they plowed through huge lakes in the road, absolute carnage!
We got to the market area to find out most of the ...
... pasta, both of which were to die for, we decided to head home for a nap and reserve a table for 8 for some dinner as there was to be live music and this place was amazing!
After a 3 hour nap, we head back out.
OMG, the forecast said 13. This was closer to 0.
We again, couldn't decide what we wanted (Other than everything) and settled for chicken breast with ceaser salad for me (This did not taste at all like ceaser salad, but was devine). Rusher ...
In less than one hour I am meeting Darata in Kaunas bus station and we will move towards Warsaw air-port. Still TO DO list: Check if they have wi-fi there, if no, well then I have to wait for almost 24 hours to update. Not almost 24hrs, but actually 26 :D Dress myself, as I am still doubting what to wear.. Leaving at night and in Poland will be still chilly, ...
Well, I have to say my visit and experience of Lithuania as a place has been quite miserable. It rained nearly the whole time. It was exceedingly dark. Malls and consumerism seemed rampant and like some sort of sanctuary for people. I was hardly able to get out.
Cars tried to splash me; their exhaust stank. I ran through the old town and saw a huge amount of churches and related buildings. A statue of ...