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... from a good night's sleep this morning. I shared the dorm with two Canadian sisters on a long tour of Europe and visiting Tartu at the request of their Ukrainian dad, a former Tartu uni student who had emigrated to Canada in the 1980s. They were talking to their parents on the phone in the evening in Russian and although I don't know a word of the language, I could tell that a good proportion of the conversation with Mum was weighted heavily towards fussing that ...
... restaurant around the corner we met another of Anna's friends: an Estonian farmer/travel-photographer/home-improve r. Even though the sun had long set by the time we finished our spinach paneer and mango lassi, he took us for an insiders' tour around Tartu, showing us lots of cool murals ("Tartu doesn't have enough of an art scene..."), student hang-outs, underground culture clubs and the best place to enjoy The View.
I don't like Mondays
... Dolce Vita for a great pizza and a El Coq Porter 11.45. Chatted about travel experiences and Simona. He's a bit higher on her than I am. My credit card worked here.
At the hotel, a couple of shot of Vana Tallinn in his room, African travel in the forefront. That was done at 2145. Blog until Mike back a half hour later. About half the group went to this concert but six left at half time.
Bed by 2300, a day on the bus in front of us.
... do not worry everything will be okay. It made me so happy, and it made me feel like she really cared. Also during that time of waiting two police officers came into the room. They didnt speak much english, but they asked me a few questions, mainly if I saw the car, did I look before crossing, etc. Then they told me I needed to give a breathalyzer. I laughed and said okay. After the test it was clear I had no alcohol in my system.
In the meantime ...
... from home. I missed my family and Byron and I was ready to go home, and I just got there. Things were really hard and I was really out of place. I didn't know what to do, where to go or who to ask for help. But low and behold, God never fails, He sent me an angle. His name was Drew. This guy was an American and had been at Tartu for a semester already. He introduced himself as Drew the American. At this point in time I was so excited to know there was another American in the ...