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... 20 years and meet Kelsey in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Lots of deep conversations with so many nationalities on the board regarding the refugee crisis. So honored that we approved a recommendation to begin a satellite campus in Georgia teaching English to refugee young people who want to pursue higher education in Europe, and we will not be charging tuition. Back on Saturday with the drive back to Vilnius on Friday, early flight to Frankfurt and Rome and then ...
... about half way down just to see the Russian border post. There is a small Russian state, Kaliningrad, surrounded by Lithuania and Poland further south. Didn't know about this till we were looking at a map of the region. The spit is narrow and scenic. We had lunch in a lovely little town called Nida. After returning to the mainland, we had a quick walk around ...
... though, I went a week early alone to get my fill of aunts/uncles/long vodka nights and pay the dues to visit with anyone, it seems like it was not enough. As soon as Michael arrived we got talked into staying with my mom, and I agreed. Mostly because I felt bad about showing them I moved on from communal way of living where we share whatever little we have. Also, because my mom is taking care of lonely grandpa and wanted to spend as much time as possible together. We ...
... granted our freedoms. It was sobering to hear her story.
Klaipeda, the city we are visiting, is not very large, having a population of about 157,000 people.
It is considered to an important sea port because it usually does not freeze over in the winter. Its history goes back a long way. In 1252 the Teutonic Knights (crusaders) built a fortress here. The town also goes by its German name: Memel, given to it back in the 13th century.
I was totally ...
... and I still like to shower daily if I can. Things like bathing and that fresh scrubbed feeling take on new meaning when you are camping and I'd like to start the festival off clean. Time for executive decision, walk 30 minutes to the showers and then 30 minutes back to be really gross and sweaty by the time I get back to the tent or hit the beach. After all that's why you come to a festival on the sea, right? Plus the beach is only 10 minutes away.
As I enter the grounds ...