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... field-fare. I don't think I've heard them call so much before.
Yesterday we had a much needed lazy day and spent most of the afternoon sitting on a hill in bright warm sunshine catching up, listening to birds and being amused by the stream of (mostly) teenagers who were coming over on one zip wire and then returning via another one.
Today we have arrived in Tartu, a University town, but more about that after we've been here for a day or ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... So I went out again, walking into cafes and shops. The great thing about Estonia is there is free WiFi in most every cafe or restaurant. I knew that if I could get a WiFi signal I could get on my phone and send someone on my Facebook a message asking them where they were. So i did just that, i stopped into a cafe and bummed some WiFi to send my message. Soon after, I had a reply.They had went to a pizza shop right down the street ...
So, a group of 20 took off in the morning to try out this course. I've been on low ropes courses before and seen high ropes but never have actually done one. We bought the intermediate packages to do course 1, 4, and 5. The weather was okay -- cloudy but no rain yet.
The instructor gave us the instructions on how to clip and unclip ourselves from tree to tree, how many people could be ...