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When you're doing a project in a scary foreign country for more than half a year, the EU starts feeling the need to check up on you. How is your mental well-being? Is your stomach adjusting to the local cuisine OK? Are you being exploited by your host organisation? Are you forced to live in a cockroach-infested basement? Do you cry yourself to sleep every night? All these questions and more would be asked and answered during our Mid-Term Training.
... The Lord of the Rings soundtrack may have been going through my head more than once. '
The guys had given me a watertight sack to put my backpack in which was tied to the kayak in front of me. I soon worked out the best way to open the bag, grab my camera, take a photo and get the camera back in the sack without any trouble. I just had to keep an eye on where I was going while taking the photo: the current didn't always keep the kayak pointed forwards as there were a lot of ...
... in the nearby cave. The advances of two Polish soldiers were spurned by the girl, so they lured her to the cave by a letter supposedly from her lover with the intention to rape her. When cornered by the soldiers, the girl pleaded for them to let her go, saying if they did, she would give them her magic scarf that protects from all wounds. Prompting them to test it, the girl got one of the soldiers to swing his sword at her neck. Which of course killed her. The soldiers fled and ...
... the countryside so while their teachers were Russian, they still had plenty of people in the village who spoke Latvian and so the children were taught Latvian as well. This wasn't happening in the cities. She lived on a cooperative farm and her mother had to work on the farm. During the summer though, children were welcome to also work on the farm and for this, they would be paid a very small amount. It was the first money that she earned and she ...
... the last people waiting.
I have never been so pleased to be treated that rudely. We had done it, In Riga, a city famous for its stag scene, we had found a bar with absolutely no tourists besides ourselves - a genuinely fashionable and young local bar playing great music and serving cheap drinks. We headed to the dance floor to win over the crowd with out now routine display and, by the time we left at 4.30, I could swear the bartender smiled at me.
Other places to stay in Sigulda
4b Malpils St, Sigulda | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Stacijas 6, Sigulda | Hotelfrom $59
Pils Street 6, Sigulda | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Pulkveza Brieza 55, Sigulda | Hotelfrom $43
Siguldas pagasts, Ezeri, Sigulda | 3 star hotelfrom $68
Ventas 1b, Sigulda | Hotelfrom $68
Pils street 4 b, Sigulda | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Kalnjani, Sigulda | Hotelfrom $59