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... consists of four peninsulas, therefore a lot of coastline and more than 700 sq metres of pine forest, We have seen sooooo many pine trees this trip, and of course many more to come.
Our first stop was at Altja, a very small village of wooden houses with thatched roofs. The village is only accessible to walkers, and it is obvious the former fishing ...
... br> At 3pm we had a complimentary wine tasting offered by our booking agent. It was great as we learned a lot about the different wines, cheeses and foods. We were also seated with six other guests that we enjoyed learning about their countries and families. We signed up for another wine tasting on the next Sea Day!
The fire crackles with the sound of not yet dried pine, the moon brightly shines above as the last of the clouds dissipate around it. Temperature dropping slowly we sit beside our wood hut huddled in the centre of an old fishing town, the gulf of Finland a hundred meters to my left and straw covered houses ...
... br> The official home page says something like this: RMK hiking trail is the first trail going through all Estonia. The 370 km long walk starts in North-Estonia, in Lahemaa National Park, passes through thick forests of Kõrvemaa and the mightiest bog landscape in Europe – Soomaa National Park. After that it continues in forests of Pärnu County until it wiggles its way to seaside villages and beaches of the beautiful Liivi Bay. ...
Taking off in: 22 days
Mood: I'm over the moon, people !
Has your mum ever been awaken in the middle of the night (at 3 AM to be precise) by her 19-year-old daughter singing "Shooemaker" while standing on the chair ?
Have you ever been unconsciously trying to translate every cool thing that happens to you in order to share it with some English-speaking fellow ?
Have you ever made a deal with someone to use "pineapple" everytime you ...
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