I stopped for lunch when I eventually found a cafe. There isn’t much on Latvia along the roadside, you have to go into a village. Ludza is a pretty little village with a couple of nice churches. The cafe was nice but I had a language problem again. No English or Russian menu and no internet, so I had to take pot luck. Flashbacks of south Korea!
“Chicken’s feet please, medium rare but cut the toenails.”
Hmm. I got a lovely ham and cheese omelette with red sauce. Wow! Red sauce! I haven’t seen that for a while. It was a great meal, just the right size too. The waitress spoke a little English, as she revealed just as I left.
Heading for Kaliningrad, I plan to stop just before the border of Lithuania and wild camp somewhere. I’m hoping to meet Chip and Ken for one last night in Lithuania tomorrow, before we go in different directions again.