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... time as i was passing a small island, I got caught in a strong eddie and spun completely around (not while I had my camera out thankfully).
I also had to keep my eye out for snags. With the forest coming right to the river banks, there were a lot of dead trees in the water. Luckily the current meant that you could easily see and avoid them. In several places there were massive piles of dead trees that had washed up during past spring melts when the snow waters come down ...
... girl was found missing, the gardener checked the cave and found her body. Distraught, he left his axe there which incriminated him for the crime. However, he was soon found innocent and the soldiers punished. The cave is the largest erosion cave in the Baltic and the spring flowing out of it is supposed to have healing properties. The cave is almost all covered in graffiti carved out of the soft sandstone. The oldest I saw was from the 1700s. The girl was buried up at the ...
... happy with this. Of course, she was a member of the Young Pioneers which was required and had to refer to Lenin as if he were a treasured relative. When she was older, she and some students were allowed to go to Berlin and while there, they were even allowed to go into West Berlin. She says the most memorable part was seeing a store with so many sausages when their own stores were empty. She still remembers counting 67 different kinds of ...
... s home gallery, Polikarpa Cernavska. His pottery is in the traditional style and colours of this region. Maurice bought a couple of small clay bells to hang outside on our verandah at home. Then we drove to a private park, Krustakalns, which is full of huge, wooden sculptures portraying various parts of the Bible. It's landscaped with many plantings, small lakes and bridges. Dinner was at a small cafe in Aglona, after which we ended ...
... of his various travels with Amorez (his faithful dog) Peter had helped to design some kind of biomass generator power station under construction.”With less money in circulation the buying power of money would just go up” he replied. Peter was no fool.
As the sun began to set we pulled up at a beach on the Latvian North West coast. There were few people around and it made for a magnificent view. Jerome ...