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... But the people who are still in Latvia are either enjoying themselves thoroughly, or they are very good at solving their own problems instead of saving them up in order to complain about them during a training session.
Our original On-Arrival group has thinned out quite a bit by now. Marie and Stas are leaving Rīga at the end of the month, so it was just Luís, Antonio, Anna and me - and a whole bunch of new friendly faces. Another familiar ...
... some photos. There were some animal tracks in the sand of what looked like deer tracks. After killing a bit of time and just generally enjoying the serenity, I launched again and went back downstream. Just after launching, a fierce wind sprung up out of nowhere. I heard an odd noise behind me that sounded like a boat engine. Figuring someone was coming up behind me, I turned around to see not a boat, but a waterspout! Whoah! My first instinct was to grab my camera. My second ...
... Krimulda Manor complex south of the cave. Again, being the site of a castle, it was built on the hilltop. This climb was harder despite the picturesque forest on both sides. I passed two guys walking their bikes up so I was quite proud to reach the top without stopping. As a reward I followed the signs to the cafe and grabbed a coffee and two very nice slices of cake. A side-effect of being so high up though was that I got excellent wi-fi in the cafe.
It was heading ...
... man from Germany who was working in the gardens and such at the castle. In Taurida lived Maya, a very beautiful daughter of the bishop, I think. Not sure whose daughter she was but she was very beautiful and very high up. Victor and Maya fell in love and every night Victor would walk down the hill from Sigulda and swim the crooked river and wait for Maya in Gutman's cave. It was known as Gutman's cave because a very wise and helpful man had lived ...
... rainbow would never end. A young Latvian couple in a nearby campervan also joined us. It was a memorable evening eating by the beach with music playing out of the guitar amp. We decided to sleep on the beach rather than heading to Riga and amazingly even though I slept without a tent the mosqitos left me alone to enjoy the starlit sky.
In the morning we took our time getting ready. The Pulp Fiction soundtrack ...