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... lunches aren’t typically Estonian so I think the waitress thought I was a bit odd. After lunch I went for a walk around the town. I made my way down to the promenade along the sea shore. Being the weekend, lots of people were down there. Well, as many as a town of 12,000 people can muster. There are huge expanses of reedbeds by the water and the area is known for its bird watching. I walked a good length of the promenade before heading back to Müüriääre for a coffee (the ...
... we have heard relating to KGB torture cellars in a couple of cities we have seen in the Baltic region. The saying goes; “Those cellars have the best views in the city. You can see all the way to Siberia from them”.
Well the tour was probably a lot more interesting to the people who understood the tour guide as we kept getting separated from our Belgian friend and she maintained the Russian spoken was a little different in dialect ...
... Now Olle comes from the same town as Harry and Siw and he was amazed to learn that they were in the vicinity. I promised to forward his mobile number next time I was on line so that they could text each other. I also chatted to the owners of ‘Summertime’ , a German couple whose names I don’t have but who we will doubtless see again as they are from Fehmarn and are due back roughly the same time as us. And so, talked out, to bed.
... of us were impressed with the starters ( white fish tartare (Julie) caesar smoked salmon salad (me) ) – Julie had baby white trout and I had duck and we both had crème brulee with rosemary & peach sauce. Of course we had wine and so far, the bill was quite reasonable. Then it all went a little awry and it was all down to birthday girl. We had been joined by the Overseas 40 crew and now at last, I can name them! They are Siw(pronounced Siv) Söderberg and ...
... pay as all was included, albeit it was a longish walk to the showers (toilets were nearer, in the ferry terminal) but in Virtsu, in addition to their 20 euros, they wanted to charge €2 each for the showers – so of course we washed on the boat.
By now the sun was shining and it was a beautiful, hot day. We spent a part of the afternoon, walking down the nearby country lanes and onto the beach, which more closely resembled the side ...