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... the bars and nightclubs they take place in, but there was little evidence of them on the evening streets.
... the church. While it dates from about 1900, it feels like a structure three or four times as old. My disappointment at not being able to take photos nearly left me grumpy.
The church has no pews. Instead, nearly everyone stood in a large circle. The large circle of people surrounded another, smaller circle, which happened to be a choir. Boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 16, all dressed in traditional Russian costumes, made up the ...
... England when she had me because thankfully most people can speak a little bit of English and it makes me so grateful being from the most ignorant country when it comes to languages. Before I embarked on the journey to Tallinn, the Russian (father) gave me some tips. They were to not get pregnant as Estonians don't have good drinking water and that they eat too many cabbages. Thankfully I have managed to resist getting pregnant and I've only eaten one cabbage themed food, ...
... Yes there are some strange noises from the bush. Yes we cannot sleep and come about 11pm we look at each other and decide we cannot do this and we have to try and find somewhere we feel safe. So we hit the road as fast as we can (takes about 20 seconds as we had Gerty ready to go) and drove to the town hoping to find somewhere we could park for the night. Nothing so we keep going to the capital Riga and after ...
... Square, where for the weekend a market had been set up, reminiscent of how the square was used in medieval times. There was also a stage where traditional Estonian dancing was being demonstrated. I went for a wander through the park to the north of Toompea Castle, known as the Danish King’s Gardens as this is where King Valdemar II of Denmark supposedly camped his army when he sieged the town.
By now it was 7pm so most attractions were closed. ...