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... stealing food from other guests will be immediately thrown out of the hostel". Looming Hostel in Tartu simply had a sign that read: "free food!"
We regretted not having more time to spend in the hostel's second-hand clothes shop, or its common room full of books, colourful upcycled furniture and cozy hammocks. But there was work to be done! Food to eat and people to meet and sights to see!
In a lovely Asian fusion (Chinese-Thai-Indian ...
... Back to the room for some chill time.
Back out by 1730 to find the wooden buildings of Tartu. Camera again functional. The wooden structures were a range of colours. Victimized by the local pararazzi, a younger kid who stopped on his bike and took a picture of me!
At the hotel re more blog stuff and a shower before 1915 rendezvous with Kevin. Were going to the Vilde restaurant but no seeming interst in seating us so opted ...
... over and Mateusz was cleaning out my backpack, because all of the eggs that I had just bought were broken. Once again, I was beyond blessed to have a friend like him.
After about twenty minutes, the doctor came back and said that everything was okay. No broken bones, and nothing wrong with my head. She expected a great deal of swelling and bruising, but she said take pain killers and rest. So here I am, resting and drinking tea.
... when I said that it was my first time. She said I did really well for my first time and it made me feel like I had made some progress by coming to the class. We talked for a little bit about the program and how she became an instructor, I was really interested. It was the perfect workout in my opinion. She gave me a web site and explained somethings to me and I went on my way. Days like today make me question if I really want to get a major in what I'm going to school ...
... is one of the oldest in Northern Europe, established in 1632 by King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. Being able to be part of this long standing tradition of education is exciting.
So far there hasn't been alot of culture shock. Nearly everyone speaks English,especially the international students (of which there are 350 this semester). I will have to practice my Estonian in the shops and ...