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... communism. Unfortunately the prehistoric and medieval exhibitions were only in Estonian and Russian. Some English labels would’ve been nice. I had an idea of what I was looking at but some more information would’ve been welcome. The islands of Saaremaa and Muhu were the last areas to be conquered by the crusaders. The islands themselves lended to their defense but the islanders were already known for being tough and war-like. They held out for forty years ...
... town of Kuressaare. It was unfortunately still raining when I checked out of the hostel, but that’s what pack covers are for. Didn’t get too wet getting to the bus station. Only a short wait for the bus. The journey to the island covered much the same ground as yesterday’s, but we did turn off to head south to the port of Vihistu. The ferry to take us across to the island of Muhu was huge. So much so that I was expecting a much longer trip. ...
... dawdling so we walked back, stopping at the memorial to Nazi resistance from 1941-44.
Back to the hotel to realize Mike had the room key and there was no spare. He was not far behind and Kevin and I had a couple of shots of the 'Vana Tallinn' liqueur. Chatted a bit of Aussie Rules Football, Trav, over our local beverage. Time to finish the blog and get it uploaded, all in time for my beauty sleep by 2300.
... buidings and machinery. It had a certain quaintness to it.
We turned off on to Hwy 10 after 68k with another 67k to Virtsu, the ferry terminal. I was pretty dozy [my usual state, you say, Peta?] with not much sleep the last two nights from 0500 to 0600.
Don't see much smoking here. Hopefully the kids are spending their money on other things.
Lining up at the ferry entrance, there was a lane for e-bookings, a sign of the times. Few ...
... is a taxi company who offer tours to some locations. There is no commentary and you only have so many hours total, so you have to be cognizant of the time. I decided to visit: Kaali Crater, Angla Windmiill Hill, Karja Church and the Panga cliffs. I only had 3.5 hours and so it was very hurried. I really would recommend renting the car! I ended up passing places that looked interesting and was not able to stop to see them.