Sso… Where to start from :D I visited my relatives in Estonia! I was actually born on in Tartu. In summer 1992 I moved to Finland with my family and have lived here since. Few times a year I go there to visit my grandparents and other relatives :)
Yes, there really is a sign like this in Tartu :`D Next to the "godfathers" bub!
..and this is the fist thing you see when you get off the ship :D 50 steps to the first bar.
In Finland, traintrip from Helsinki to Jyväskylä, lasts a little over three hours and costs over 50 euros. You get discound if you are a studend or retired. Where as in Estonia, a bus ticket from Tallin to Tartu (lasts two and a half hours) costs only 3,80 euros for _everyone_ under the age of 26! It´s like.. ridiculous. But ugh the bus I got onto, was a friday midday bus, which ment that it was filled with students. So first of all my seat was taken, and when I tried to explain to this estonian youngster sitting in it, that I wanted my window place so I could rest my head to the window and sleep, she acted like she didn´s speak estonian. So ok, I just sat next to her and thought I´d kill the time on my laptop. Then I realized the guy in front of me had taken his backrest right up to my face and I could not even open my laptop, I thought I´d loose it. I asked him to pull his chair up, and he did, but only for and inch I think, and that was when I just gave up. I was tired after working all night and having slept none, so I just swollowed my pride and dazed off in my not so comfortable seat.
Then I also got Office pack AND we cleaned the laptop from the inside so it doesn´t burn up anymore, and it´s silent as ... well very silent xD
And while daddy installed those things, I killed my time on his Ipad :3
Killing green pigs with different birds was actually quite amusing :`D
Daddy also had the coolest new car
Honda HR-V 2011
Just look at the size of these things o_O
The next day we went to see my grandparents and my little cousin found it funny to put his hat to our cat D:
My grandad has built this house all by himself from a hole in the ground. I´ve watched the house buildin up every year, since we used to visit them every summer when I was a kid. At first we lived in a small caravan like cottage next to this huge hole in the ground. And now the house has the basement, living room, kitchen, hallway, carage, toilet, sauna and changing room, and upstairs there is few more rooms :) My grandparents are so hardworking people!
Oh just how I wish it was summer already ;____; This picture I took last summer. Obv same picture as above :) So pretty....
And this is the view from the balcony (to our yard). The view continues so far and it has so much trees and when you look the sunset from here, you can feel your heart melting. It´s so beautiful ;____;
Some the houses in this village are literally buried in snow...
In Estonia, we have these counters full of cakes and sweets! You can get anything you want, and they are quite cheap.
For example, all of these small cupcakes etc cost under 1 euro. In Finland they´d probably cost over 2,5 euros. Looks delicious yes? :3
And then it was already sunday and t´was time to go home. The weather was beatiful :) Picture is from Tartu.
And mandatory alcostore pic :`D
And then I went home and staight to work.
In the end I wanted to embed a quest crew video, but they have forbid it for some reason.. So then
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