Travel Blogs from Plunge
... vuntsitud. 57 km suhteliselt inimtühja Lätimaad. Minu meelest on siin asustamata pinda veel rohkem kui Eestis, aru ma ei saa, kuskohas need lätlased kõik on. Enamus aega on kahel pool teed korrapärane ja ilus männimets.
Kuldigas, nagu ka mujal Lätis, on teeremont ja ümbersõit. Pargime jalakäijate tänava algusse. Linn on väljasurnud moega, majad valdavalt romantiliselt räämas. Nagu oleks sattunud ajas mõnevõrra tagasi. Ühes kirikus on jumalateenistus, ...
... all night long, as nobody else was either with the temps hovering around 60 degrees and overcast (at least there was no rain).
Instead we took off for the Botanical Gardens and the Amber Museum which was the palace of Count Tyszkiewicz.
The grounds surrounding the Amber Museum were quite beautiful with ...
Had a walk and found the beach 300M away, white sand, very long beach with a big jetty full of fishermen.
The prices are low here, lovely food, friendly people & pretty little town.
Angela has taken drastic action on Tuesday and decided to give Dr Atkins another bash as it's the only one that has worked before... beach body required asap.
A Bumble Bee stung Mark on the arm, he was very brave.
Onwards to Kaunas for one night tomorrow.
... the waterfront, stopping occasionally. At one point, I notice a lot of nude people. As I observer more closely, it is all women. I had passed onto the border of the women only zone. I quickly turn around. There is a sign at the entrance in Lithuanian. No pictorial sign like I had seen before. Oops.
Lots of wind kept people against the sand dunes. There is a network of sand areas inside the ...
And now to one of the most bizarre things we've gone to see on this trip. In 1960 the Russians, who occupied Lithuania at the time, built a nuclear weapon facility in the middle of a forest. It took 10,000 people to build it over 2 years, all done in secret. Much of it had to be done by hand because of the noise factor - in fact it was so secret the local population ...