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... given up and gone home (I don't blame them!) We gave in and brought from the supermarket, before plodding back to the hostel for a late lunch.
We left many of our clothes drying out, and spent the evening sheltering in the hostel and making some travel plans for the coming days and weeks!
The next morning, we again attempted to head over to the market! With the weather drier than yesterday (Although my feet no drier as my shoes were still ...
"When was the last time you did something for the first time?"
All too soon the alarm was waking us up to travel from Tallinn to Kaunus in Lithuania. Basically all day would be spent on the bus as we first had to travel to Riga and change buses and the journey would take several hours. Eventually we arrived in Kaunus and after a bit of a trek we'd arrived at the hostel. The first thing we did on arrival was eat as we'd eaten so little all ...
... 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 ...
... I can afford but not the one
that someone wants me too, you know?
Of course my passion to the world caused me no permanent job, break ups & many
misunderstandings; as well as plenty of supports, talks and never fading smile from my face! Maybe that's why so many pictures with that lovely curve on me appears in so many pictures? huh?:D Well, you know by this age I had been expected to ...
... call it Neringa, was the attraction and reason for our visit to Klaipeda which is located on the lagoon and the Baltic coastline. The spit is 97 km long and at its widest 4 km with sand dunes up to 55 meters high. Half of it is Lithuanian and half falls within the Russian territory of Kalingrad. We took our car across on the ferry (use the new ferry terminal), which takes about 6 minutes. We enjoyed wandering around the small, ...