Vodka Brewery Guesthouse (Viinavabrik)
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... verging towards Appetiser. Kvass is the most popular soft drink in Estonia, much to the annoyance of Coca Cola. We talked about our holiday and he recommended some things about Tallinn and things to look out for on our journey to Parnu tomorrow. He asked if we were going to the song festival tonight which it turns out is separate from the windband festival and some 1900 singers will be there. We decided we would be so he sold us his spare ticket at a ...
... looks. Annoyingly there was the tail end of a thunder storm outside so we sat in the museum for a few minutes until it went off. A bit of a trek over Toome hill took us to the National Museum which talked about the old traditions of Estonia and the variations of them across the country. There was a large section on agriculture as well as clothing. It was pretty short but worth an hours visit. From here we were in a prime position to head back to our hostel and collect our ...
... of boots that didn't fit in my checked luggage, 2 T-shirts and one pair of extra underwear. I started to unpack what little belongings I had. I was thankful to find that whoever was there last left me some bedding. Sheets and a couple pillow cases. I was so thankful! But my luck was about to get worse. Everyone's first experiences with foreign outlets are more or less shocking...no pun intended. Haha I was so excited to plug in my electric blanket I had brought along with me and as ...
... in the sauna, each round interspersed with a beer and a cool off. There is something amazingly special about pouring ice cold water over yourself after spending time in a room so hot you find it hard to breathe. It reminded me of the sauna we enjoyed out in Keah Bay on V. Island in September: awesome. I think as a Canadian I represented us well, being the only one to douse myself with ice cold water! There are some very particular ways ...
... mass production or really anything other than boiling pasta but between the (secret) toaster oven and the two small electric burners we were able to cook to medium-large pots of chili and a nice pan of cornbread. Oh and it turned out great! It was (somehow) the best cornbread I've ever had. Guess it was the extremely complicated recipe I got from the first Google search for "easy cornbread recipe." haha
And so the food festival began ...