Semarah Hotel Lielupe
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... br> Skills!
Next up: putting up a flag pole, raising your team flag and singing your team anthem - without stepping into the circle where the flag was to be raised. Luckily, we had a scout, a mechanical engineer, and two artists in our team, so that was a piece of cake!
We then found ourselves in a 'nuclear reactor' - a contraption hanging from ropes in the trees that one person could lie down own. The others had to pull this blindfolded(!) person around, helping ...
... shopping and haircuts. It doesn't seem to matter how well you've packed or thought through what to take, there's always missing. Clothes also get tired looking after wearing them for days/weeks on end….. so, as much as I don't like clothes shopping, that's what I did. Allan seemed to be ok with what he has at the moment, so it was mainly me. He went back to camp and caught up on stuff (sleep….) and came back for me. Was ...
... stop for bus 53 was near the Nativity of Christ Cathedral. It was very impressive inside. Raewyn couldn't explore as it was customary for women to wear head scarves and she didn't have one. The interior was painted beautifully and was very blue and sparkly. We then walked to our main first object, the museum of occupations. The sad thing was that it was a temporary museum while they do up the main one. So there was lots ...
... either bull fighting or speed skating, a very loud dance floor, and a lot of dressed up girls and macho men.
We post-celebrated my birthday with some Melnais Balzams shots, and then moved the party to Bermuds, a shabby but large discoteque on the outskirts of town. Apparently, Valentina had been warned not to come here, because it is only frequented by brawling Russians, but we actually found the place quite empty and soon called it a night.
... point. If Ulan Ude had been more inviting, we might have. The Mongolians looked at us and to a man, they all got up and left. We sat down on our side, put our bags under the bench (no, they hadn't taken up all the room yet) and sat there looking at each other miserably as the train started to move. After about 10 minutes, nobody had returned to the cabin so I took it upon myself to clean up and see if I could get any of the smoke and fish smell out of ...