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... fields, which have at least been farmed in some areas, more than in the last few countries we've travelled through. In the back waters of the countryside the little wooden houses (shacks) are reminiscent of 'The little house on the prairie'. We still don't understand why there is an absence of livestock either here or in Lithuania. Jus
t the occasional chicken or two.
... above (a lux express bus with lounge seats). As well as all the in seat entertainment (we watched 'The Grand Budapest Hotel') we got a free bottle of water, cereal bar and there was an on board tea and coffee machine. Our seats were extra wide with loads of legroom.
We arrived very chilled in Riga and this time found the hostel straight away, despite having to climb 130 odd ...
Travel Times 41 - 4 July 2014
Another four hour+ bus ride and another capitol city. This time we're in the capitol of Latvia, the seacoast city of Riga.
We've arrived in another city, another old town, another old town apartment - on the top floor of a very old and quite run down building was our ...
... tires, so you can keep using your bike all through the snowy winter. My host Anna was actually disappointed that she didn't have a chance to use her 'winter bike' this year.
Still, cyclists are the exception here. Most people prefer to use one of the many trolleybuses, trams, microbuses or plain old buses to get around. As a result (or maybe it is really the other way around), the infrastructure is really not suited for cyclists. ...
... the same paperwork to fill in for arriving in Russia that I had filled in for coming in through the airport. Luckily they at least print these in English now as well. So when we stopped for Russian immigration and customs, suddenly the train is swarming with officers. There were about 6 in our carriage. A woman who could well also be their shot put champion came and demanded my passport. In Russian. I always immediately say hi, ...