Kallis Eesti, so that was it…
Thank you! Thank you for this experience. Thank you for 11 adventurous months filled with difficult but also indescribably happy moments. Thank you for all the beautiful places you showed me and thank you for all the things you taught me. Thank you for letting me meet great people who made this experience even more special!
But first of all: Thank you for an interesting and fun July!
Wait! What? Already eleven months in Estonia? Kuidas?! How can time go so fast!. So, if my project lenght is eleven months, and this is my eleventh month in Estonia, that means… this is my last entry :(
But i still have to explain what i’ve done during the month of July. Let’s see how is another amazing summer month in Eesti.
I´m writing this already in one of the most extrange July in my life. Why it´s so strange? It´s actually cold and rainy. It´s like March in Spain, but with that summer holidays atmosphere. So, if i’m writing this already in July (3rd) , that means three things:
1- In one month i’ll be already flying to Spain
3- June have just finished.
And that’s what i wanted to come to. This is my blog about June.
June has been my favourite month in Estonia. If you want to know why, just keep reading this article
The time I have left here in Estonia is slipping through my fingers. June went by faster than I could even look, although the days I actually spent working in the youth centre can be counted on one hand (exactly 5; and next month is not gonna be any better).
Instead, I visited many camps, made some trips and had the chance to cross many things off of my to do list (most of which include water, since luckily most of the time it was very sunny and warm and summer-y) For example: I swam in the Baltic sea, I swam in Mustjõgi, I rope-swinged into the water in Valka, I jumped from the tower into the lake in Tõrva (even though not yet from the highest platform – but I'll hopefully still have a chance to overcome my fear and do the 10m tower also) and I wore a traditional Estonian folk dress.
May is already gone. Will come back in around eleven months, but now we can just talk about him like we talk about people who is far but we now will meet again. May is, in some way, who i was in September when i arrived to Estonia. What kind of adventures or amazing histories will this eleven months bring to May? Will may be okay all this time? May-be.