Klaipėda is a port city in Lithuania, where the Baltic Sea meets the Danė River. The old town features German-style, 18th-century wood-framed buildings. Theater Square, the city’s main gathering spot, is home to the neoclassical Drama Theater. The square’s 1912 Taravos Anikė sculpture pays tribute to a local poet. The waterside Lithuanian Sea Museum includes dolphin shows and maritime exhibits in a 19th-century fort.
Another beautiful city of Lithuanian i strolled.
Day1: Since it was a budget trip i booked a hostel rather than a hotel and i was surprised to see a shared kitchen there so i decided to cook something indian for my for dinner because i was tired from a long car trip from Vilnius to Klaipeda and i wanted to eat well so that i could sleep good and prepare for my next day trip. I went to a nearby store and bought some essentials like eggs, wheat flour packet and i already had some spices in small pouches in my bag pack. So i started making flour dough to make Rotis(Chapati). However, after making dough i noticed i didn't have Chakla and Belan (platform to roll Roti). But as you can see in below pictures, i am some creative. I used my bottle of whiskey to roll down few rotis and made on a fry pan. I did some spicy egg bhurji and enjoyed a self made meal after many days. I was full and satisfied. After some drinks i fell asleep and got up with a sore throat which was not a good sign for a trip. Nevertheless, i had some antibiotic to help it up for my excursions. I checked out of the hostel and went to see the city. I roamed everywhere with my back-pack enjoying the day and drinking hot green tea whenever i could to help my throat. After a day's stroll i was supposed to reach another hotel which was quite distant from the town. And after 30 minutes of drive, i reached my hotel and i checked in and what i saw was an amazing room with a cozy bed and an inbuilt bath. I didn't wait and i made my hot bath and humped into it to soak away all tiredness of the day. I slept very well after bath a 2 shots of whiskey.
Day2: After a delicious lake side breakfast i was walking around the hotel and i saw a house which was constructed upside down. After enquiring there i got to know that it was made to attract tourists in that area. So i decided to check it out that what it is. I bought tickets and went inside. I was really amazed to see the interiors that how everything was designed and made upside down and taking pictures there was a great experience. Pictures there were quite confusing for many of my friends back in India which i uploaded on my facebook because they had never seen something like this. After checking out all rooms in the house and enjoying the interiors, i came outside to check it out from the outside. I was walking around it and suddenly i saw a huge Dinosaurs same size as the building itself, ofcourse it was a statue but it was tied from its neck to house as if it is a dog to that building which is guarding it. Funny thing was, that dinosaurs had a moving head and dino voices to add more reality to it. After spending the day relaxing, saving energy and curing my throat, i decided to walk for dinner. After walking about 15 minutes i saw a place to eat across a bridge. I crossed that bridge and ate some chicken soup there and came back to hotel and i slept. Next morning i was feeling better and i checked out the hotel and drove back to vilnius.