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We are on a real campsite, one where we can get out the chairs and not be surrounded by trucks.
Kempingas Zarasai. The owner is charming and although has no English is very friendly.
Lithuania is incredibly clean and lakes every where. Completely different from the picture painted by a Lithuanian chap that stayed on the campsite with us last winter.
Latvia is almost the same although we only ...
For the next couple of days we were in an amazing homestay in Aukstaitija National Park. This morning we caught a train from Vilnius to Ignalina where we were collected by 2 vans, canoes already on the trailers. We arrived at the homestay which is in a very rural area and situated right on a lake and stream in the Aukstaitija National Park. We settled in, had a cup of tea and then headed for the canoes. We left from directly across the road from the house and headed downstream. ...
... ourselves for a while.
On the drive out of Zarasai, there were plenty of hitch-hikers - black-clad and scary looking. Our car was stuffed full, but we still managed to fit a couple of lads in, with Saskia and Eartha sitting on their knees. After they left us in Utena, we picked up another one for a few km.
Two minutes after we'd dropped him off, we saw a bloke in a suit hitching. We both shrugged and drove on by. Sorry, we only pick up hitchers that look mad, bad and ...
I stared at the big map of the town in the main square. A Lithuanian couple, also tourists, started chatting. We discussed possibilities, and then I wandered off to try and find a bank to get out some Litas, as I only had about 49p in the local currency.
Some time later, I found a cash-machine, and bumped into the same couple again, who seemed to be taking ...
... in accordance with modern way of living all over the world. Even if Visaginas were no toddler of a town, a church whose construction works began in 1995 and were completed in 2001 would be a modern building by all accounts, with streamlined shape and architectural imagination put to sleep during its designing. Times when churches were built to be a testimony to grandeur and cultural achievements of their age were ...
Other places to stay in Zarasai
Baznycios 1, Salakas, Zarasai | Hotelfrom $19