Ferienhaus Tabina

Address: Tabina kula, Vastseliina vald, Vorumaa 65202, Voru, 65202, Estonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Tabina kula, Vastseliina vald, Vorumaa 65202, Voru.
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Travel Blogs from Voru

Over the border to Latvia

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 26, 2014

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... were very thankful that we got off that lightly.

We weren't too keen on camping as it had just started showering, but the camping ground we'd found had cabins at a reasonable price, so we were very happy to take that option for the night. Lovely spot on the edge of a lake. A bit of a language barrier with the owner, who was Russian and spoke Russian, Latvian and German, however, his "frau" spoke a ...

Alt Lauri

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Aug 22, 2013

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... and sorting and everyone's favourite job.... weeding the cabbage patch!! ;)

One of the weekends we went to an organic fair run by a Finnish man.. There were all sorts of stalls of organic produce and free soup & sweets! And for entertainment an Estonian family busting some folky music with an accordion and a violin and guitar :) followed by an auction of a duck :) haha

We also visited ...

Untitled

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 02, 2013

... br> We rented a rather large house that slept a ton of people. It was really great. We had our own kitchen bathroom as well as a sauna and a larger gathering room. The lady was a little old бабуш 82;а (babooshka) She spoke English and Russian and was very nice to us. It wasn't too expensive either. I enjoyed the sauna of course, and we all cooked dinner together. We had pasta and sausages, ...

Adventure on the High Ropes

A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 23, 2011

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... platform at one time, and where to go. And we were off! Course 1 was quite easy, mainly for us to get used to using all our carabiners and ropes. But then came course 4. It was harder than I anticipated. Even though you're strapped in with a harness and two ropes, the thought of falling is very much there. I mean, maybe you wouldn't hit the ground, but how would you get back up? Ekk. But that's part of the ...

"Where Heaven Meets Earth"

A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 21, 2010

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Southern Estonia is a favorite vacation spot and escape for the locals here and surrounding countries. Here is where the lush green fruitful Estonia really comes to life! A friend of ours was getting a group of people together to go hiking for the day in Taevaskoja. Taevaskoja is also known as Where Heaven Meets Earth here in Estonia. I believe ...