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... at 25 and 100 meters, but I certainly wasn't very good at 200 meters!!! The rest of the day was spent packing and trying to work out how to get our luggage down to 20 kilos for each bag for the Air Baltic flights to St Petersburg tomorrow! I have a solution thanks to Vytaute, as I will leave some shoes (I took too many pairs of shoes) in Vilnius and we will pick them up once we have been to ...
... least not to this direction.
To bring in the bike up 4 or 5 steps was not the easiest task, specially nobody was there to help. Inside the wagons it felled like a train ride during my childhood. It was slow, and fairly noisy, but we reached our goal 5 hours later. Disaster nearly struck me when unloading my bike, as I said 4 or 5 steps, and the train starts moving ...
... managed about half. When the children realised I no longer wanted anything more, they swooped like a flight of seagulls and scavenged the rest of the chips! Alex said that he had been planning to have one or two, but those chips just disappeared! Visited other family in the evening, but I am just not up to doing much - my energy levels die very quickly! Osvaldas was getting to leave for Norway today for six months, so everyone was a bit ...
... all the way from begging to the end, and not only because it was hard to see miserable country. Also sometimes I had to give, sometimes lose. Sometimes there were so great things to laugh about or just to tear up and hold yourself.
You don't ask me why I
did it as there won't be any answer; but I will be glad to tell you how I
did it! I can say that little is enough the same as for those in
... were we stopd for a coffee.
Inside the counters were full of objects made from chockalet; ross's and
founten pens all cast and painted to look real but edible.
From there we moved on up the strip of land, passed a place that sold
buretos for the equivalent of a pound witch we set as the place we would
go for lunch and started to keep an eye out for the bridge to cross
into the island.