Ferienhaus Vallamae

Address: Vallamae talu, Palanumae kula, Haanja vald, Voru Estonia, Voru, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vallamae talu, Palanumae kula, Haanja vald, Voru Estonia, Voru.
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Over the border to Latvia

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 26, 2014

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... of English, so somehow between them and Allan, who knows a little bit of German, we were able to get sorted! We went into town for dinner, to the restaurant that was recommended by the Russiun guy - Andris, and thoroughly enjoyed our meal.

Back to the cabin, to a lovely late afternoon/early evening sun set over the lake. Two families of mother duck and ducklings paddling around, a very pleasant evening. ...

Alt Lauri

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Aug 22, 2013

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... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 02, 2013

... I was. So needless to say I found them and things were fine, but at the time I was really lost.

We came back to the house and got in the sauna it was fantastic. I felt great afterwards. We had dinner and then everyone started drinking, I decided to clean up the kitchen, and go take a shower, it was around 12:30 by now.

After my shower I laid down to relax, I was checking my email and low and behold I had an email ...

Adventure on the High Ropes

A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 23, 2011

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... br> There were several different obstacles. Balancing on one wire, on two times, jumping across, balancing on a wooden plank, balancing on rope foot-holds, etc. Some were more fun than others. I was glad to be finished with course 4.

Course 5 was just too much. Too high, too scary. Only about half the group went on to do that course. It was more physically exhausting than you would think! But we ...

"Where Heaven Meets Earth"

A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 21, 2010

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... 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.

Much Love,