Sangaste Castle Hostel
Travel Blogs from Sangaste
... blueberries yum, we stuff our faces until our hands go purple and our tongues blue, berrylicious!
Violin, accordion and guitar make the collective folk sounds of Estonia as I lay in the long green grass drinking organic berry juice with some chicken vegetable soup, I feel myself once again drifting away to that higher place.
We spent two weeks on Alt Lauri Talu, an organic farm, in ...
... met me at the store.
We walked around town a bit. I had to go to the bathroom, so I check into this place close to where the bus let us off. I went in and when I came out everyone was gone. So I walked in the direction that they were headed, went into a few shops and found nothing. So I had no idea where anyone was. I don't have an Estonian phone so I couldn't call anyone. I went back to this information place/ post office ...
... like in India. It has the typical cathedrals and squares here, but is very small compared to the other cities. I walked another 2 KM to the bus station to try to get a bus to Riga because the buses are different in each country. On the Estonia side, the buses only service Estonia and Latvian side, they only service Latvia, so I had to walk across the border. There were no buses in service that went to Riga, so I had to go back to ...
... the best part left: the zip lines.
There aren't alot of hills in Estonia but here there were a few. We got to ride across the valley on a zip line and then walk up a big hill and fly across the valley on a much higher one. Very fun. Zip lines are the best because all you do is sit and enjoy the view.
Overall a great trip, I think everyone had fun. It was nice to be out in nature just playing ...
... bugs are more numerous than ever and no one is prepared. The entire city of Tartu ran out of bug spray last week. It wasn't too pleasant.
I was so glad we went though, and got to see another part of Estonia. It really has so many different adventures to offer.