Going in, we did not have many expectations, mostly because we weren’t given much information prior to the start of the trip. We were given a short packing list and were told that we would be spending time in Tallinn, Viljandi, and Tartu. This was slightly nerve-wracking at the time, but as soon as we all arrived in Estonia together everything fell into place. Our first impression of the group was that it was a very diverse group of people - all from different backgrounds, different countries, and different experiences as Estonians. But we were all Estonian and had very similar traditions, so it was incredibly easy to warm up to one another, and before we knew it were all very good friends.
(Continue reading: Estonian Life No. 49 2018)
Natalie Vompa and Livia Kelle
Eesti Elu Nr. 48 - 3. detsember 2021 DIGILEHT
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