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... US. The Lithuanian people were very proud of this as it made their country stronger. What many people hadn't realised is Bush made this same speech at many other Eastern European countries! We also learned about the Mayor of Vilnius, a colourful character who loved to roll round town on a Segway! Once, he got so frustrated with cars obstructing the cycle lane (which he presumably used for his Segway as well) he got hold of a tank and ran over a Mercedes! Of ...
... so too; by the end of the movie, I was thoroughly bitten up.
Sleep was a long time coming, as the events of the day caught up with me. Also, there was a wedding being hosted next door, with a live band and a DJ that was going full on until about 2 in the morning. I didn't actually mind; the band was great, and they played a mix of party music and Lithuanian folk music, and it was nice to listen to people celebrating a happy occasion that was miles away from how I was feeling.
We had an early breakfast after a restless night. The World Cup Final had kept many people up and we found it hard to sleep. Leonie was suffering barfly from her chest cold and woke up with red eyes. After breakfast Nev took a few photos around the hotel precinct that had a blend of modern and Soviet era blandness. The graffiti boys had been in action send hobos were out on the town most of the night. The German speakers left on a bus with Janis the ...
After the tour, our day wasn't really that interesting. We eventually did find the other hostel and they were very nice in letting us drop off our luggage for free and called a cab for us, at which point we had a huge amount of time to kill. Obviously we spent it at a bar. And now we're at the airport at the end of a long journey, waiting to be allowed to check our bags in and fly out of the country. It's been a great week, but I'm glad to be going home.
... few singles on iTunes - but the stereotype of a 'chilled' backpackers hostel playing nothing but reggae wears a little thin after a while.
There will always be people gravitating towards what few electrical sockets there might be. I'll usually be one of them. Believe it or not, this journal doesn't type itself while I sleep. I probably spend too much time on the computer, but in fairness a lot of it is either typing this, booking hostels, researching bus or train ...