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... home to work, I'm gonna buy a lot, dig a giant pit and refill it with mud. Then I can charge hundreds an hour for people to come for beauty treatment- wow I'm a genius.
For the rest of us who can think of better things to spend our money on why not try kite surfing or a little bird watching in the protected nearby marshes. Or how about a wander through the old town, outdoor cafes dot the cobblestone streets and it's a quick jaunt to get all the way ...
Well, somehow my photos got deleted from Tallinn, which was by far my most favorite city on this trip so far. It's like a town out of a fairy tale. Fortunately I backed it up to Facebook, but it's private so no one can see it. Send an email if you want me to send to you. Also the photos from Parnu, Estonia and Riga, Latvia were deleted but backed ...
... of travelling. Only time will tell (with possibly a repeat massage tomorrow if I can stand the pain again) whether it improved matters for me. I'm pretty certain that it's a combination of different beds every few days; lugging my 20 kilo suitcase up and down multiple flights of hostel stairs (they rarely have lifts and are always at least on floor three or higher) plus having my camera bag almost permanently slung over my right shoulder. It's an ...
... It was actually not as cold as I thought it might be, though I only put my feet in.
So we are now at the end of our Baltic leg of the trip. And it has been so interesting and enjoyable.
After 3500 kms or so we discovered things we did not know:
- that almost all older ...
... before joining the others at the fire.
Sadly, nobody really seemed to know the old Līgo songs - there was some (off-key and off-rhythm) singing going on, but not a lot of līgo! līgo! to join in on. The dancing was limited to a big circle walk/dance when lighting the fire on the big pole (the one guiding the sun to us).
Without any good dancing or singing, and just some beer to warm us, the night was ...