Red Roofs Hotel
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... bright yellow rape seed, wheat, oats and barley. There is evidence of new home and more of older ones but all looks tidy and well kept. Finally we arrive at Matisi and turn left past the tiny cottages and soon we arrive. Iggy has been showing us his paddocks, many, and proudly runs us past his granary with the enormous silos and sheds full of machinery. Anna is waiting and we stop outside a large well kept two storey farm house, which we think is their place ...
... walking tour in English. I had actually found it online and told Christoffer about it, but it said the 2.5 hour tour was of "real Riga" and would not be covering the old town! We were entirely interested in the old town and so had decided not to do the tour. But as fate led us to it, we whispered to each other we'd stick around for a bit. The young Latvian guide with an Australian accent asked where everyone was from, made a small talk about each hometown, you know ...
... of the lakes and scenery on offer in Aukstaitija National Park and managed to get the awesomely retro bike I was on into quite a few of the shots. Now I'm used to travelling alone, but the no-mans time of year in which I've wound up in the Baltics has meant that I've felt truly alone for parts of this trip. There's just not enough people around to stumble on someone going a similar direction on similar timescales. Despite this, I've had a big smile on my face all day ...
... regimes in the 20th century. Without trying to diminish the Jewish Holocaust, the aim of this display is to show that many thousands more people died at the hands of their own governments in the 20th century than died in the holocaust. And it also points out that unlike in Germany and the Nuremberg trials, in these countries the perpetrators more often than not got away scott free. The figures of those killed from Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, ...
... bar, named "The Funny Fox", that was down the street. After we sat down, we were pleasantly surprised by the menu that contained 1.50 Euro beers and drinks (cheaper than anything we had seen all week) and we quickly decided to take full advantage of the prices. Once our drinks arrived we received another surprise..it was Karaoke night at "The Funny Fox!" We all toasted to having Riga surpass any expectations we had in just the short hour we were there. The rest of ...