Letter from the editor

  • 2007-11-10
Public transport in the Baltic’s is a very cheap and efficient way to get to any B. Pick any town, country house or place on a map and a bus or train will get you there and trams, buses, micro-buses, trains and trolleybuses, run frequently to all parts of the city. Taking a ride is something people need to experience first hand to really appreciate the weirdness, to take in the sights, sounds and smells of Baltic Public Transport. Here are a few things you need to be aware of; The drivers are complete maniacs, driving erratically, speeding and dodging traffic. You will be sca...
 
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