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Another Sneak Preview: Yes, I’m Still Loving Latvia

I keep meaning to write a post about how much I absolutely adored Latvia, but I’ve got so much going on right now (and a much needed real vacation coming up!) that I just haven’t gotten around to it.  Sigh.  In the meantime, I find myself going back and looking through all my Latvia pics and loving how the pics let me relive my time there!  So, I couldn’t resist – I had to share one more.

This pic is from the most picturesque little town ever, Kuldiga.  I thought it was so darn cute even though I saw it on a rainy day.  Just imagine how gorge it would have been had it been blue skies, too!

 

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EDGYMIX-TRAVEL FOR FASHION - August 22, 2012 - 9:47 am

Never been there but would love to go…cus you keeping recommending people !!!! ahahahahha Really why? Sometimes it’s weird some one love and hate the places:)

Cheers:)

Just Wanderlust - August 22, 2012 - 9:52 pm

Tammy – if you go to Latvia, let me know! I went there alone and I actually thought Riga was charming and totally walkable… but I ventured outside of Riga and just fell in love with the cities outside of Riga. I especially loved that there weren’t that many tourists that went out there too so it was so uncrowded! I will need to write my post about Latvia at some time – I just haven’t figured out how I want to divvy up the posts yet! Then, you can tell me if you want to go still. 🙂

Miss Footloose | Life in the Expat Lane - August 25, 2012 - 6:02 am

This is story-book cute! Old European village houses often have such charm. (Until you have to live in them 😉 and can barely turn around in them and keep hitting your head on low ceilings and door frames.)

Just Wanderlust - August 25, 2012 - 7:26 pm

LOL – good point! I love the way old European villages look — it’s a nice place to visit but I wouldn’t want to live there!

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