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... br> The clouds remained as we entered Estonia. Now the language really became a challenge. The words have no relationship to anything we know. Like in any flat countries, the scenery can be much the same, but the forests here are beautiful. And at this time of the year ...
... and staircases everywhere. On the other hand, all the snow and icy hills do make for a very pretty view! Gotta mind the falling snow and icicles though!
The Greenest Hostel in the World
I had found a very eco-shmecko hostel in Tartu - a foundation that uses the hostel model to indoctrinate ignorant travellers about reducing, re-using and recycling. To illustrate: in the kitchen of our hostel in Tallinn, we found a big sign saying: ...
... heading for the observatory and the Struve Geodetic Arc, a WHS, Roddy! The details and the science involved are Greek to me but the work done at Tartu did assist with mapping the globe 3. There were instruments on display. Prior to entering, my camera yet again seemed stuck, not allowing any zooming. Will see if a temporary thing.
Headed back, running into Mike and Tony. Veered into Rimi to grab some cold cuts for a late ...
... business in Estonia, I took a number. Everywhere you go in the city, if you have to wait, you take a little number, this includes the post office, the bank, and now the police station. To my surprise I did not wait for more than a minute before I was sitting in front of a desk. I sat down, said hello and pulled out my paperwork. The lady behind the desk was not happy from the beginning. She immediately started talking to me in Estonia, of course I had no ...
... river walk, a big open plaza called raekoja plats and another big street filled with bars and clubs. It's a decent town here that has what you need, but not much more. One of the funny things was that there was a beach volleyball tournament here on my last day, but there is no beach, so they imported enough sand to put a volleyball tournament on in the central square! ...