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... the sand artist started creating shapes and figures in a big sand box, using all kinds of everyday (and not so everyday) objects. He ended by capturing a pretty good portrait of Dad with just the aid of a feather! He ended his presentation with a show-and-tell of all the phials of sand he had collected from all over the world; and of course we promised to bring him some Scheveningen sand the next time around!
Next up.... our Estonian road trip from Janny's point of view.
... kätte suuna kraani ja poe poole. Poest saab lisaks jäätisele ka kohvi ja grillvorstikesi. Juhhei. Leti taga olev kena neiu hakkab uurima, mida ma teen ja kust tulen. Meiega liitub keegi kohalik meesterahvas ja nii lobiseme kuni poe sulgemiseni. Palju toredaid inimesi.
Lõunatippu viivad esiti pikad sirged kruusateed. Leian taas oma tavalise käimistempo, mis vahepealse leitsakuga kuhugi ära kadus. Ringi palju ei vaata, sest kogu aur läheb parmudega võitlemisele. Naha külast ...
... The landscape continued to be undulating with wide roads and little traffic. The bus stopped at lots of bus stops which seemed to be in the middle of nowhere, and prematurely aged people got on and off (mostly off).
Our arrival was overshadowed by having spent all morning glued to the phone screen following the UK election results (thank you BBC Live), which became increasingly depressing. The Tories hadn't quite reached a majority ...
Yesterday we took a rail replacement bus (yes, they exist here too!) from Cesis to Valga. Or is it Valka? This is truly a border town. After WW1, when Estonia and Latvia continued to fight until 1920 for their independence, this town was seriously disputed. It had historical importance for both countries and neither were willing to lose it. A British mediator was brought in who proposed splitting the town in two. Nowadays one can walk straightforwardly between the ...
... their products in less packaging made from more environmentally friendly materials.
Further, we targeted consumers - the ones who hold the power to get producers to change their ways. By informing shoppers about the problem, we hoped they would choose products in less or better packaging, opt not to use single-use plastic bags, or even bring their own recyclable containers to the shop instead of using throw-away plastic containers.