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Travel Blogs from Zarasai

On the way to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by simoncardnell


... Then on the train to Russia a women from St. Petersburg is curious as to what I'm doing here. I ask her about the boarder control and how it works as I'm cutting it a bit fine with the start date. My visa starts on the 2nd December and I cross the boarder about 1.00am on that day. Hopefully the time difference won't cause any problems, although I've checked the schedule and I should be fine. First, the Latvian passport control woman comes round in uniform ...

National Park recharge

A travel blog entry by zerah


Ginuciai 23rd & 24th.
I had two glorious nights staying at a guesthouse run by a little old lady Rita. She cooked us authentic Lithuanian home grown food from her garden. We stayed in a lovely old, warm house in which the floorboards creaked and the plumbing came right from the lake, so yep every shower smelled of swamp water, but it was rustic and that added to the charm. Besides we were in a glorious national park with a lake at our back door filled with fish, ducks ...

Latvia and Lithuania

A travel blog entry by trucktrip


We are on a real campsite, one where we can get out the chairs and not be surrounded by trucks.
Kempingas Zarasai. The owner is charming and although has no English is very friendly.

Lithuania is incredibly clean and lakes every where. Completely different from the picture painted by a Lithuanian chap that stayed on the campsite with us last winter.
Latvia is almost the same although we only ...

Back to nature

A travel blog entry by bethandanthony

... visit the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant. This plant is the largest nuclear power plant in the world and holds the record for the largest power output in a single year. It houses the same reactor type as was used in Chernobyl and has been decommissioned as part of Lithuania's entry into the EU.

The owners of the home must have taken the demolition of last night’s dinner as a challenge because they served s so much food on our last night that even Anthony ...

What Rockers Do, The Morning After.

A travel blog entry by rachelkw


... were lining up their double mattress a few metres from shore, then running down the beach and leaping onto it, sometimes full body and sometimes trying to stand up and surf on it. In either case, they invariably ended up doing synchronised belly-flops into the lake, as the lilo shot sideways. We were crying with laughter at them.

So, Saskia made a sandcastle and we all had a swim in the lake. The Rockers slowly packed up their tents and dripping bedding and we got the little ...


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