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Prior to easter 2005, I was searching for a destination for a European city break which would provide a travel experience to a relatively-unknown city on a favourable budget, and came up with the idea of visiting Tallinn, in Estonia, where I spent 4 inspiring days over easter of that year. After that enjoyable trip, I vowed to return to the region …
... celebration in this part of the world and 93% of accommodation in Vilnius, Lithuania, was already booked solid for this weekend. We still hadn't found any accommodation for the weekend so we then spent the next THREE hours cajoling, cursing and threatening our Ipad to allow us to book 2 nights there. Every time we got close to a booking, we'd punch in our credit card numbers, hold our breath and then the page would either shut down, refuse our credit ...
... local beer and their special garlic bread - nothing like we are use to but delicious. Spotting a few interesting caves earlier in the visitors centre, that are on the outskirts of town so we headed off. A small walk brought us to the little devils cave, being16m long and it is said this is where he lived and if you go there at midnight you can see him riding a horse with 7 heads. Kate wouldn't go to the end of course even with her trusty head ...
... and the reactions we got were priceless especially when we passed some construction workers, they had the biggest smilies! It is so wonderful that something so little, could bring so much joy to people's faces =)
After we got our things and arrived at the airport, we were confused where to meet my group members and we walked around everywhere but actually couldn't find anyone that I knew but next to Liva's car was a van that was going to Siauliai so Liva was trying to ...
... my luggage searched on a train and I hope I have just not now jinxed myself. Not so with airports. Airport personnel must have a different viewpoint of who could be a smuggler and nasty person and apparently I fit for them.
But I digress. Here are some of my experiences with train travel - the ones where I should have known better, got into a mess through no fault of my own or through a lot of fault of my own, or was just plain stupid. ...
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