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... of reference is the Murray River, that's not hard. But it was good that it had a bit of speed to it as you don't have to be paddling the whole time. You can just sit back and let the current take you, just making the occasional course correcting stroke.
The landscape was stunning. The river is lined with thick forest almost all the way, with some sandstone cliffs towering over the water here and there. The only signs of civilisation were the occasional power line overhead ...
... cable car that runs across the valley. I was misinformed. Plus while trying to find the cable car, I came off my bike. It was really low speed and a bit embarrassing. Being a bit distracted trying to get my bearings, I didn't notice just how high the curb to the start of a bike path was and approaching it from an angle meant the wheel of my bike grated along the curb instead of going over it and off I came. I lay there for a couple of seconds until I worked out I was ok ...
... year. If the flower is not found, then no baby. Naturally, you are not supposed to go into the forest without a husband.
Today I got some more great stories. Latvia is believed to be God's country and he took his time and made it slowly so he made nice slopes from the Baltic Sea and carved out the Gulf of Riga and made nice and straight rivers. The devil wanted to help but God kept saying no that he didn't want the devil to have any part of ...
As we leave our hostel in the morning for the next leg of the journey, it begins to snow. By the time we reach the bus station, Vilinus has turned white. The snow gets thicker and heavier throughout the 4-5hr bus journey to Riga. We realize this is a taste of things to come over the coming months as we make our way further north and towards Siberia! We get to Funky Hostel ...
... First World War and many killed, but most were killed during the Nazi occupation during WW2. Even now there are many beautiful,derelict buildings and farms that are vacant due to rural depopulation and or absenteeism. An Australian of Lativian descent is staying here, and it seems she is selling some inherited property. 10,000 Lativians emigrated to Australia after WW2 and 1000 to NZ. A lot of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania were WW1 and WW2 ...