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... and she introduced me to some really cool bands from all around Latvia - each with its own set-up and sound.
You can't have music without somebody dancing to it. And so every neighbourhood and town has its own dance collective (usually several; a few kiddy groups, some youngsters, some twenty-somethings, and always a really cute senior's group). I completely understand that every girl would want to join one: ...
... except for a few "that is more better"s and "I live in the Riga"s I have nothing to teach them!
"Hold on a minute, though," I hear you hesitating, "did you just say the word "kids"??!"
Yes I did. One of the major activities for Anna and me is organizing and teaching workshops; sometimes to big people, and sometimes to little people. This week was my "vuurdoop", with 4 events in four days, one of which was ...
... drink a glass of wine then throw the glass out of the window. When the glass broke, the pieces were counted and this is how long the building would stand. Unfortunately, when the glass was thrown out the window, it fell into a hay wagon that was passing underneath and the glass did not break. It was feared that meant the building would only stand for a ...
... it was the best steak he's ever had so he ordered another one. This time though he asked for the kind of potatoes I had instead of the normal fries that came with his steak the first time. Instead, she brought him the steak and fries and another entire hunter sausage appetizer.
We figured after that disgusting display of gluttony we should walk around Riga's old town a bit. Riga was a center of power for the Teutonic Knights that moved into ...
... blend. Our waiter suggested a mix of it with black currant juice—a wise choice. It was really something.
Today was one the most enjoyable days of our trip so far. The pacing and weather (70 degrees with a breeze) combined with the peaceful and serene environment of Riga made for a perfect day. Seriously, this is probably the most underrated/unknown destination we have ever visited. Eight thumbs ...