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... down heavier, we dived for shelter under a canopy, before continuing on to the bus station where we were informed there was a market. The further we walked, the more soaked we got, and we both got to the point where we didn't care how wet we were anymore. Although that didn't stop us trying to avoid the huge splash created by the cars as they plowed through huge lakes in the road, absolute carnage!
We got to the market area to find out most of the ...
... the street and restaurant the people watching commenced.
The people here are beautiful.
The women and men are all quiet attractive.
There was only 1 girl under 50 that weighed more than I did but none were anorexic.
There was no orange fake tans, or too much make up.
The girls all had beautiful long hair, the boys well clipped, clean clothes and hair and only the odd leisure wear.
Going to be honest, we were expecting more the Polish ...
... for a bit. But now I wasn’t so sure. I thought maybe it had gotten stuck under my eyelid so I started walking around the town blinking like mad trying to dislodge it. But it was to no avail. Trying to take photos with a blurry right eye was interesting. It was a bit annoying but there was nothing I could do except keep blinking.
I made my way down the main pedestrian street, all the way down to Kaunas’ old town. Some beautiful buildings there, but ...
... to flow. “To your health!” Sigh. Then came the barbecue, salsa, onions, grilled vegetables, more beverages. Jurgita came out with mushroom cookies that she claimed to find in the forest. They were more like gingerbread. After the barbecue and sharing stories over picture books and gift exchanging, it was time for actual birthday cake. Though it was 9:30, the sun was still shining brightly. In lieu of candles, they brought ...
... was a trick we picked up on during an earlier graveyard excursion in Castlebar, Ireland. Barb is excited to be able to bring back these memories to her family in the States. By this time, our guide, Jolyta had transformed from "tour guide" to "cultural ambassador" and seemed to glow as she was part of an amazing exchange. Because of this visit, a family is reunited within Lithuania, as well as across the ocean.