Travel Blogs from Kaunas
Day trip to Kaunas today with Jonathan. We met up with a fellow VTer and Kaunas native, Remigia. Remigia was not only knowledable about Kaunas, but I would think knew every legend of the city. She was brilliant. We saw so much, heard so much, and walked so far. A very enjoyable day indeed.
... street, called Galeria Urbana. We shared an excellent bruschetta for a starter and then Cat had a frittata while Ally opted for stuffed chicken (not very Lithuanian but very tasty!). Having received tiny napkins at every meal and joked about how we were meant to wear them, we suddenly realised that they are in fact only there to decorate the basket carrying the cutlery and not to be draped across our laps... Cat hastily returned hers before the waitress came ...
... all the way from begging to the end, and not only because it was hard to see miserable country. Also sometimes I had to give, sometimes lose. Sometimes there were so great things to laugh about or just to tear up and hold yourself.
You don't ask me why I
did it as there won't be any answer; but I will be glad to tell you how I
did it! I can say that little is enough the same as for those in
appears, that in Eastern Europe you need 11 hours to drive 650 kilometers. Those crazy Polish roads, but I can't say much about it, I liked Poland a lot (: At least this time we were sitting on the back seat just two of us! yeaaah! Trip was awesome
... former soviet empire on this place. Sandwiched between the russian satellite state of Kalingrad and the
former soviet state of Belarussia, both places requiring expensive and
bureaucratic entry visas, Lithuania seems to be struggling to find its
way. The weather is the cold, dark, and blowing rain which tortures people before the white snow comes.
As I ran in the morning I noticed ...