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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Travel Blogs from Voru

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.
Joe


We spent two weeks on Alt Lauri Talu, an organic farm, in ...

Untitled

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 02, 2013

... 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 ...

Adventure on the High Ropes

A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 23, 2011

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... 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 ...

"Where Heaven Meets Earth"

A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 21, 2010

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... part of a National Park as well.

It was a beautiful hike. The woods and flowers reminded me so much of Colorado. It made me miss my home. We walked mostly along the river and unfortunately that meant A TON of mosquitoes. The whole country of Estonia is in a bit of a mosquito crisis right now, due to the flooding earlier in the year ...