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... 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 ...
... he is doing was possible. Apparently a lot of guys have already thrown in the towel and went home. He told me he gets 10 mins to eat with one hand while he holds a book in the other hand and studies. All this stuff makes me feel so proud to know that he is my boyfriend. He is mentally the strongest person I know. He was saying how awesome all the facilities are and how he feels so awesome to be part of such a world class program. I can't ...
... especially when I found out the police station (where I needed to go) doesn't speak much English. They suggested that we bring an Estonian or Russian speaking friend with us when we came. I asked people and tried to get someone to come with me, but everyone had class and it would be able to make it back in time. It was a 4km walk and it was snowing. I had to get it done, so I waited for Charles (another american) to get out of class then we started that ...
... English words. It was funny, she was also teaching us some in Polish. My mouth just does not move certain ways. Natalia has trouble with the English words "earlier" and "elevator" random words but I can see why. Today is Valentine's Day. I am happy because I had the best valentine ever!!!! He just isn't going to make it to our date tonight. He is preoccupied. I love Byron and miss him so much. I am very proud to have him as my partner for the rest of my life. I pray for him and ...
... carefully using only their index fingers are subconsciously considered to be foreigners.
88. The most difficult subjects you learned at school were Estonian history, Estonian geography and Estonian literature. And Russian.
89. You can speak with pride of Estonia's tallest mountain.
90. Buildings taller than 20 floors are sightseeingitems where you bring visitors.
91. You are beginning to find Eino Baskin's jokes funny.
92. On June 23rd, you feel ...