Lithuania treated us good. Really good. We enjoyed our time there exploring the Old Town, trying new foods I’ve never heard of and Mark remembered from his childhood, and soaking up every ounce of sunshine, drop of Lithuanian beer, and minute spent with friends and family.
Leaving Lithuania came with a bit of heartache. After two months wandering around the tiny country, I was really starting to feel at home. The architecture, the markets, the food, the forests, the dachas — they’re all incredible. I knew we had another big adventure ahead of us, but I left feeling like there was still so much to do. I guess there has to be something to leave until the next time we visit. Because we are certainly going back!
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