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Moving to Nida
I am thinking of selling up in the UK and moving to Nida in Lithuania what do you think the problems will be. My family and I intend to learn Lithuanian at Klaipeda Uni and I am a lawyer with a little cash.
Re: Moving to Nida
I myself have done a Lithuanian language course, but at Vilnius University [www.vu.lt]. I don't know much about Klaipeda University.
May I suggest that you might consider buying a apartment in Vilnius and a perhaps place in Nida for the summer. Whilst Nida is a beautiful and lively place in the summer, in the winter it is probably not such a nice place to live. You shouldn't have much of a problem finding work if you speak Lithuanian. There are some international lawyers offices in Vilnius, but I don't imagine there are any in Nida. So to reiterate, my recommendation to you would be to consider living mainly in one of the big three cities [Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda]. Having lived in Britain, you ought to find property remarkably cheap in Lithuania. But I must ask, why have you chosen to move to Lithuania? It's a wonderful decision though and I'm sure you wont regret it.
Re: Moving to Nida
in nida is very hard water, but if you are from uk.. as far as i remember it wasnt the best quality water either.
hm.. in winters its very dead place.. but if you are already thinking about mooving there i suppose you already considerated that..
well cant think of more minuses there its heaven to live there!
im a bit jelous now..;)
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Ah, you are the same Jagiello2, but one day you move to Nida, the other day-to Polish boarder:)
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RE: Moving to Nida
hi, weather in Nida is definitely better then in Klaipeda, because it is a spit...bad weather passes by and then it rains in klaipeda, anyhow it is not always like that,,,i live in Klaipeda, and the only difficulty that i can find is or are two,,,first one is getting a job in nida, other thin is traveling, because ferries don't work if it is a storm, that sometimes might be a problem, otherwise, don't go to Vilnius (as one of the people suggested) if you want to buy an apartment in Nida that means that you are not a city addict, you could go for Klaipda, it is ok with job and it is not a very big town 200 000 + nida is not far away for rest and it is beautiufle...you can always travel around, there are a lot fo rivers in Zemaitija (reagion of klaipeda and further) in Nida your entertainment will be limited
Travel Tips for Nida
UNESCO World Heritage
I actually wonder what took them so long to decide about this issue! I didn't actually know about this until I saw this monument in Nida in August 05. I definitely think this is a must see, but lots of people don't bother coming here when they visit Lithuania as they think it's too complicated to get there etc. But on the other hand if everyone would then it would be too crowded.
view on the lagoon from the top of the dune
ah.. this photo is just terrible compare to the reality.. colours were so beautiful.. there was some snow on the ice, and this so strange colour that is a mix of snow and sand..
i stayed here a long moment, just to look at that, and there was no noise of civilisation.. only wind.
it's a good place to find peace and find a long and natural smile...
Must dance on the sand...AWESOME sound it makes.
No, this is not Sally selling sea shells on the seashore....it's Grazina in search of the Mystical Amber of many colours...
Hey, what I did find is that the sand on this shore makes noise when you walk on it...I asked Grazina about the awesome sound and she starts to dance and says "It is all the amber under the sand mixed."
A good attitude
When on th Island there was this Spirit of "love" in the air. I started to sing the song "Love is in the Air", and so I saw this old couple holding hands I thought was cute, so I took their picture.
The Lithuanian Folk story of this Island.
This is an area that you would have to know to find, so pay good attention so you done miss. It is on this island...I love the stories that the Lithuanian people tell...for this island it goes like this.
People have long been trying to solve the enigma how did the sand bank appear? Legend narrates that this place was covered with water from which a chain of the islands protruded. On the one of them a golden-haird girl was born having name Neringa (old Lithuanian name) The girl grew into a giant and helped people in all kinds of ways: to fishermen who had been carried far away from the shore, drove fish into their nets and so on...Once the god (little "g") of sea, Bangputys, became so enraged that the sea was stormy for entire year. The people began to ask Neringa to protect them from the furious waves. Neringa listened to them and began to scoop sand into her apron and pour it between the islands. This is how she make the embankment, with even today separates the sea from the peaceful bay, where fishermen can catch fish without fearing to be pulled into the deep sea.
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