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Little Big Adventures in Estonia

Hello! She is Russian, he is Belgian. They live in Estonia.In our blog you will find out about countries we visited and about those we used to live in. We hope that sharing our experience from these countries will make you want to discover more about them.Здравствуйте!Она из России, он из Бельгии. Живут они в Эстонии.В нашем блоге вы узнаете о странах, которые мы посетили, а также о тех, в которых мы проживали. Мы надеемся, что благодаря нашим историям, вы захотите узнать еще больше об этих странах.Bonjour!Elle est russe, il est belge. Ils vivent en Estonie.Nous avons voulu partager sur ce blog notre experience à l’étranger dans les pays où nous avons vécu. Nous espérons que lire nos témoignages vous poussera à découvrir plus à leur sujet.
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Articles : 6
Since : 03/10/2015
Category : Travel, Places & Events

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Curiosity – Mayonnaise

Curiosity – Mayonnaise

Curiosity – Mayonnaise I was in front of the fridges in a Prisma supermarket when I noticed something unusual: the fridge in front of me was displaying only mayonnaise, nothing else… I don’t know why but according to the amount of kinds of mayonnaise that was displayed it seems that Estonians have a kind of fascination for this product. « At
Food adventures. Part 1 / Гастрономия. Часть 1

Food adventures. Part 1 / Гастрономия. Часть 1

Food adventures. Part 1 Cafes. Estonia. For a while we stayed in a hostel, that was very close to the center. After letting things in the room, we went to explore the city and to look for a place to eat. Tallinn surprised with its cleanliness. Since a year that we are here, I have not seen anyone who through things on the ground (maybe I was just l
Сборы/Packing

Сборы/Packing

Last year, accidentally, we came to an amazing country, to Estonia. Honestly, when I was packing, I was told a lot of pieces of advice, and the main was: "You should never show that you speak Russian. It is dangerous." Well, I have no problem to speak English, but the situation seemed a bit strange and made me nervous. In Moscow, according to my ex
Curiosité – Tallinn et Kirikou

Curiosité – Tallinn et Kirikou

Au hasard des rues vous pouvez tomber sur une plaque « Kiriku » accrochée à un mur. « Kiriku » veut dire « rue de l’Eglise » en Estonien, ce qui fait que c’est assez répandu. Cependant « Kiriku » est aussi le nom espagnol du personnage principal du film d’animation « Kirikou et la Sorcière », donc quand vous faites une recherche
Food adventures. Part 2 / Гастрономия. Часть 2.

Food adventures. Part 2 / Гастрономия. Часть 2.

Гастрономия. Часть 2. Со временем, посещая разные кафе и проходя мимо них, я заметила одну вещь: чаще всего, первое, что бросается в глаза, это не название кафе, а само слово "кафе"-"kohvik". То есть сн

Estonia… This project of leaving for Estonia wasn’t really appreciated by my relatives. Thanks to several discussions before leaving I collected the general opinion about the country and the way of living “there”. The image of this unknown country was: - It’s a mysterious country that is still communist because it is part of Russia - Payi